Get ready to enjoy food, food and more food! From the DIY Extravaganza, to the “learnshops”, to the Passover Dessert Competition—all included with your admission—there will be much to delight the senses. Additionally, we have lined up many exciting food vendors for the 2019 Colorado Jewish Food Fest to provide you with even more food options available for purchase. Check out the vendors and their offerings below. We are proud to partner with chefs who share our food values; you can read more about those values here.
Offering a sampling of Israeli and middle eastern fare from River and Woods' sister restaurant, Ash'Kara.
Everything we do has the health and sustainability of the local food system at its core. We use local and/or organic producers and purveyors, promote our farms partners, and make every effort to source unique, small batch ingredients from sustainable sources. The integrity of the food we serve is nourishing our guests—it's a commitment we make to every aspect of the experience at our restaurants, and there is simply no shortcut to doing that right.
Offering a combination of pastries, bagels, and toast with Jewish-Italian inspired toppings and flavors.
As a small, startup bakery, we strive to making as many sustainable choices as we can through community partnerships. We minimize food waste and support Scraps Mile High for local composting. Our eggs come from local Amish Acres, and are sourced through FoodMaven -- a food recovery distributor.
SWEET PEA CUISINE
Offering a variety of exciting, seasonal, Jewishly-inspired and kosher options.
Offering organic blue corn quesadillas and tacos, fruit cup, and aguas frescas (rice milk)
Volcan Azul's Blue Corn comes from the Ute Mountain Native American People. The Corn is organic and nonGMO. We cook and prepare our food with fresh produce and meats, that are free of chemicals and hormones and grown in the southwest region (including Mexico).
Offering sweet and savory blintzes and latke-based dishes.
Latke Love always tries to use local and/or organic foods as much as possible. They source potatoes from Colorado when in season and will be using higher welfare eggs in our latkes at the Colorado Jewish Food Fest.