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‘to plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.’ -audrey hepburn

p o t a g e r
restaurant & wine bar                                                                                              starting june 16
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little things  
spring crudite, green garlic salt, herb butter 7
marinated beets, feta, dill 8
chicken liver parfait, rhubarb mostardo, herb crackers 9
cure farm carrot hummus, radishes, tarragon 9

small plates  
flatbread, pesto, garlic sausage, mozz, aleppo aigre-doux 10
lamb meatballs, sumac yogurt, shaved veg, lemon dill vin 17
chopped salad, market veg, pickled egg white, lemon oil 14
herb boursin soufflé, giardiniera, pea shoot pistou 17

large plates
linguine, peas, saffron cream, fried shallots 23
half chicken, cucumber tzatziki, tabouleh, radish, parsley 25
*burger, cheddar, pickles, special sauce, salad + taters 17
*pork chop, stewed kale, turnips, blue cornbread 25

desserts
cookies 6
chocolate pudding 7
du jour: flourless chocolate cake, strawberry rhubarb compote 8

groceries
chicken broth 5

THANKS TO THE FARMERS, GROWERS, AND FRIENDS WHO MAKE THIS POSSIBLE.
support local farms, eat seasonally! occasionally we run out of items on our menu, please accept our apology should this occur. all food is cooked to order. 
*consuming raw or undercooked foods may be harmful to your health. these items may be served raw or undercooked, or contain raw or undercooked ingredients. 
**texting and driving is more harmful to your health than raw eggs

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"la vie est trop courte boire du mauvais vin."

sparkling
haykin family, ‘jonathan’ cider, aurora, co ‘18 (375mL) [15]
terre gaie brut, prosecco, veneto, it nv [32]
conquilla brut rosé, pinot noir, catalunya, sp nv [36]
marc hébrart ‘cuvée réserve’, pinot-chard, champagne, fr nv [89]

white
jolie laide, melon de bourgogne, chalone, ca ‘18 [32]
lady of the sunshine, sauv blanc, santa ynez valley, ca ’19 [39]
a posto, cortese, piedmont, it ’18 [23]
botijo blanco, garnacha blanca, valdejalón, sp ‘18 [36]
alois lageder ‘porer’, pinot grigio, alto adige, it ’17 [35]
86! - gota ‘prunus’, encruzado, dao, pt ‘17 [32]
bric cenciurio, roero arneis d.o.c.g., barolo, it ‘18 [32]
tyrrell’s, semillon, hunter valley, au ‘19 [43]
domaine faury, marsanne-roussanne, st-joseph, fr ’16 [45]
clos du moulin aux moines, chard, auxey-duresses, fr ’15 [65]

rosé
primo txakoli, hondarribi beltza+zuri, zarautz, sp ‘19 [32]
reeve, pinot noir, mendocino county, ca ‘19 [40]
jolie laide, trousseau gris, sonoma, ca ‘19 [48]

red
jean paul brun 'terres dorées', gamay, moulin-à-vent, fr ‘17 [57]
jolie laide, gamay, el dorado, ca ’19 [39]
idlewild, dolcetto-barbera-nebbiolo, mendocino, ca ’18 [30]
mas théo 'p’tit gaby', grenache-syrah, rhone, fr ‘17 [40]
whitcraft winery, grenache, santa barbara, ca ’18 [62]
atance, bobal, valencia, sp ‘18 [32]
stolpman 'la cuadrilla', syrah-sangio, ballard canyon, ca ’18 [27]
duxoup, charbono, napa valley, ca ’14 [36]
jolie laide shake ridge, gsmv, amador county, ca ‘17 [55]

dessert wines
quinto do infantado 10yr tawny port (750mL) [55]
quinto do infantado ruby port (750mL) [25]
el maestro sierra pedro ximemez sherry (375mL) [30]
la guita manzanilla sherry (750mL) [25]

canned beer $14/sixer
station 26 brewing, 303 lager, denver, co [3]
new image brewing, 'moped' blood orange witbier, denver, co [3]
station 26 brewing, juicy banger ipa, denver, co [4]
telluride brewing, 'ski-in-ski' stout, telluride, co [3]

22oz. bombers $8/btl 
alpine dog 'thunder puppy' juicy ipa

WINE FLIGHTS TO-GO for takeout, curbside pickup, or delivery! 
$99 ~ mixed mystery flight ~ 2 whites, 2 roses, 2 reds (maybe bubbles if we are feeling frisky) ~ $99


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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
potager restaurant 
is open for takeout and curbside pickup 
 ~~ 6 days a week ~~
tuesday through sunday
CLOSED monday

please call the restaurant from 1-9pm to place your order!
takeout and curbside pickup will take place 
from 5-9pm tuesday through saturday
and from 4-7pm sunday
303.832.5788

admittedly, on sundays, we stop serving at 7pm 
because we are tired.

for the safety of everyone,
we will accept credit card payments only.

follow us on instagram for the latest:
@potagerdenver

because we are still a farm-to-table scratch kitchen,
we may run out of certain items over the course of a day.
please accept our apology should this happen,
and please practice understanding and patience!

FRIENDS AND FAMILY, PLEASE NOTE:
we will continue to offer takeout and curbside pickup
as we know many of you are enjoying potager meals at home.


DINE-IN RESERVATIONS

on tuesdays, we will be taking 2 dinner seatings
in the dining room and garden.
on wednesdays through saturdays,
we will be taking 2 dinner seatings 
in the dining room, garden, and patio. 


the time slots to reserve tables are:

5:00pm 
(with awareness that we will need you 
to be finished enjoying dinner by 7:15pm)
~
7:30pm
(with awareness that we will need you
to be finished enjoying dinner by 10pm)


we are accepting parties from 1-6 guests 
(6 is the absolute maximum). 
if the colorado weather does not allow for a full meal 
to be enjoyed out in the garden or on the patio, 
unfortunately we will not be able to squeeze you 
into the restaurant due to spatial issues. 
therefore, if you make a reservation for outside, 
we will be happy to box your food up to-go 
should the weather not cooperate. 

we invite all guests who are dining with us 
to wear masks to enter and exit the building
and whenever not seated at your table.
masks will be required
upon arriving for your reservation.

to make a reservation,
please call the restaurant directly
with your name, number of people in your party,
date and time slot desired, phone number,
and any allergies we need to be aware of.
303.832.5788

potager restaurant will be closed
briefly!
for a much-needed break
friday, july 3 through wednesday, july 8.
we will reopen on thursday, july 9
for takeout, curbside pickup, and dine-in.

thank you to everyone who has supported us.
we could not do this without you!
we know we are very lucky to be here.








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