Four course New Year’s Eve dinner menu just $69 per couple!

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By Diane Adam December 27, 2016 No Comments on Four course New Year’s Eve dinner menu just $69 per couple!

New Year’s Eve dinner menu features local tastes

 

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Celebrate your New Year’s Eve Dinner with Fooducopia

 

Wash Park’s favorite organic restaurant Fooducopia is offering this year’s New Year’s Eve dinner guests a great option to celebrate the old and ring in the new. Located at the corner of Race and Kentucky Avenue in Denver, Fooducopia’s Centerpiece Menu features a four course dinner for $69 per couple. Wine pairing available for $22 per person and includes 4 wines.

The Centerpiece Menu is a celebration of local flavors from Denver’s very own MM Local. The menu features a mouth watering kimchi burger that will leave you fully satisfied and ready to tackle the festivities of New Year’s Eve!

A complete line up of the Centerpiece Menu is here.

Fooducopia prides itself on offering diners the chance to experience good honest food. Executive Chef Richard Glover carefully selects the best organic, locally sourced items for his menu. Working with only small food producers, Chef Richard’s menu breaks away from the traditional dining experience. The menu celebrates a community of people who are passionate to create good honest food for your dining experience.

Fooducopia’s Centerpiece Menu is an inviting sustainably-focused four course dinner menu that is all things local.

“Here at Fooducopia, we want diners to experience good honest food for each and every meal and in order to do that we seek out organic farmers and food artisans that share our mission,” said Tim Lymberopoulos, owner of Fooducopia.

Centerpiece Menu is another option for diners alongside the regular dinner menu. So be sure to reserve your spot now to celebrate New Year’s Eve with Fooducopia!

 

 

 

Dinner place Fooducopia offers Colorado comfort food

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By Diane Adam December 14, 2016 No Comments on Dinner place Fooducopia offers Colorado comfort food

Fooducopia’s new winter menu offers comfort dining

 

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Dinner place Fooducopia has a new winter menu that features plenty of Colorado comfort foods.

Dinner place in Wash Park

 

Denver’s organic restaurant Fooducopia is a dinner place that promises Colorado comfort. Executive chef Richard Glover’s new winter dinner menu is a culinary experience that blends comfort and good honest food.

The new winter dinner menu offers a variety of dishes. A particular focus is on the rich flavors that are great for a cold, winter night. Cozy up with a glass of wine and enjoy the braised lamb shank with celery root mashed potatoes, roasted carrots, parsnips & cipollini onions with a  mint chimichurri. Prepared in a cast iron pot, this dish offers diners a classic and creative entree.

Aside from the new winter menu, Fooducopia has carved out its niche to provide good honest food that is locally sourced and organic. Taking it a step further, this fall the restaurant unveiled its Centerpiece Menu—a four course dinner menu that showcases an entire menu based on one of Colorado’s small local food entrepreneurs. This month Fooducopia’s Centerpiece Menu will showcase the talent and tastes of Denver’s MM Local.

A sneak peek includes a mouth-watering kimchi burger featuring local beef and pork with sesame soy mayo and kimchi hotel butter. For dessert MM Local offers a pear with rosemary that blends effortlessly. Chef Richard combines it with orange cream and almonds to create a perfect ending.

Priced at $69 per couple or $39 per person, Fooducopia’s  Centerpiece Menu is an inviting sustainably-focused four course dinner menu that is all things local. “Here at Fooducopia, we want diners to experience good honest food for each and every meal and in order to do that we seek out organic farmers and food artisans that share our mission,” said Tim Lymberopoulos, owner of Fooducopia.

So be sure to make a reservation here  to enjoy a menu that is full of Colorado comfort.

Organic dinner winter menu from Chef Richard has us impressed!

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By Diane Adam December 8, 2016 No Comments on Organic dinner winter menu from Chef Richard has us impressed!

Organic dinner includes new winter menu from Chef Richard

 

bestHeading into winter, Executive Chef Richard Glover has created perhaps his most exciting organic dinner menu to date. Chef Richard’s winter menu offers a welcoming emphasis on classic, creative dishes. The new menu highlights delicious organic and local food.

A sneak peak into the organic dinner menu includes a traditional winter favorite soup—French onion. Crafted with the best possible ingredients, Chef Richard uses the gift of time to slowly prepare the soup. Using only Colorado’s best beef, Chef Richard patiently creates a perfect beef stock for the base. He uses a wide variety of onions to perfect the soup.  He even adds cipollini, which offers a subtle sweet flavor to the treasured soup. 

For starters enjoy Chef Richard’s  signature charcuterie menu. The house made gnocchi is a crowd pleaser as well.  

The menu offers a variety of dishes. A particular focus is on the rich flavors that are great for a cold, winter night. Cozy up with a glass of wine and enjoy the braised lamb shank with celery root mashed potatoes, roasted carrots, parsnips & cipollini onions with a  mint chimichurri. Click here to see more.

Chef Richard’s imagination soars with the selection of sauces for his mussels and fries entree and even cranks up the temperature with the choice of Indian curry and tomatoes and cilantro.

Pairing the perfect wine with this new winter menu is effortless and will offer a wonderful dining experience of good honest food.

To see the complete new winter menu click here.

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Kimchi food: Chef Richard’s new menu features MM Local!

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By Diane Adam December 2, 2016 No Comments on Kimchi food: Chef Richard’s new menu features MM Local!

Kimchi food takes center stage for this month’s Centerpiece Menu

 

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Kimchi food takes center stage for this month’s Centerpiece Menu.

Kimchi food is about to get tastier and more local this month at organic restaurant Fooducopia. The restaurant will partner with MM Local for its monthly Centerpiece Menu that will showcase deliciously creative kimchi, canned and pickled entrees.

In the Denver restaurant scene, Fooducopia has carved out its niche to provide good honest food that is locally sourced and organic. Taking it a step further, this fall the restaurant unveiled its Centerpiece Menu—a four course dinner menu that showcases an entire menu based on one of Colorado’s small local food entrepreneurs. This month Fooducopia’s Centerpiece Menu will showcase the talent and tastes of Denver’s MM Local.

MM Local is an organic food company that sells organic and naturally preserved produce. In fact, every jar identifies for the consumer which local farm is the producer!

Located in the heart of Denver, MM Local makes it easier for all of us to eat local food—all year round!

Working with local growers and farmers, MM Local is a favorite for people looking for food that truly tastes delicious.

“I think people can taste the difference of food that was grown and harvested for taste, rather than picked early to withstand traveling long distances, heavy processing or aesthetic qualities,” said Jim Mills, co-owner of MM Local.

A sneak peek at the kimchi food menu includes a mouth-watering kimchi burger featuring local beef and pork with sesame soy mayo and kimchi hotel butter. For dessert MM Local offers a pear with rosemary that blends effortlessly. Chef Richard combines it with orange cream and almonds to create a perfect ending.

Fooducopia’s  Centerpiece Menu is an inviting sustainably-focused four course dinner menu that is all things local. “Here at Fooducopia, we want diners to experience good honest food for each and every meal and in order to do that we seek out organic farmers and food artisans that share our mission,” said Tim Lymberopoulos, owner of Fooducopia.

MM Local and Fooducopia both share a strong connection to fighting for organic and local food. In fact, Mills is quick to praise Fooducopia for the restaurant’s mission to encourage diners to eat local.

“Fooducopia has personally been a favorite neighborhood restaurant for my family since opening their doors,” said Mills. “Their support of small local producers like us creates a strong community connection and we’re lucky to have been a part of that since the beginning. We are so excited to partner with Tim and Chef Richard on this delicious dinner menu,” said Mills.

Centerpiece Menu is another option for diners alongside the regular dinner menu. The menu is $69 per couple or $39 per person and features $22 wine pairings.

Finding thanks in the day

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By Diane Adam November 23, 2016 No Comments on Finding thanks in the day

Finding Thanks!

 

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Finding thanks in this holiday is a treasure that unlocks itself each and every year. Here at Fooducopia we just want to offer a note to say thanks, because you deserve it!

From our table to yours,

Happy Thanksgiving!

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