Bramble & Hare’s Pay-What-You-Can Thanksgiving Dinner

Good, wholesome food, wonderful ambiance and good karma too

If I weren’t getting set to prepare the Thanksgiving dinner that we always serve at our home, I know where my husband and I would be going for the best eating holiday of the year. It would be to Bramble & Hare, the spin-off and nextdoor neighor of Boulder’s nationally recognized Black Cat Farm · Table · Bistro.  Bramble & Hare is serving Thanksgiving dinner from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. featuring dishes prepared with local, natural and organic ingredients.

Most of them come from the 130-acre Black Cat Farm that restaurant owner/chef Eric Skokan and his wife Jill operate. They established the farm in neighborhing Niwot so they could grow a cornucopia of 250 types of organic vegetables and also to raise their own animals, including heritage turkeys.

The Skokans are as generous as they are committed to sustainable farming and locavore dining. Therefore, the Thanksgiving feast crafted by Skokan and his kitchen crew is on a pay-what-you-can basis. People on limited budgets pay what they can afford, with the expectation is that those who can do so will contribute something extra. Reservations are strongly recommended. 1970 13th Street, Boulder, 303-444-9110.

2 responses to “Bramble & Hare’s Pay-What-You-Can Thanksgiving Dinner”

  1. Toni

    So nice to know this type of humanity still exists. Especially in these economic times and at this time of year.

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