A memorable meal begins on the farm.

From our 500 acres of organic fields and pastures

to our warm, lively bistro

We invite you to share the magic of

Black Cat Farm~Table~Bistro

Elegant bistro with inventive New American dishes, sourced from local farms, including the chef’s.

Big Week on Black Cat Farm — Sheep Shearing

Another week at the farm, another parade of activity. Even during the heart of summer, when the weeks seem to blend into one another with their similarity — 87 degrees, sunny, if we are lucky several afternoon thunderstorms — they in fact are quite different. New...

Asparagus Rising + Turnips + Radishes + Rain + Sunshine = Goodness

Happy Glorious Friday, Black Catters and Brambleites! This is almost sinfully luscious weather, yes? Smack on the heels of two days of cool and rain, it’s perfect for one of our favorite pursuits — growing vegetables. We started the day early in the fields and toiled...

Farm-To-Table Burgers, Lamb, Salads Hit Market

We have considered it for years, and finally it is a lively reality at the Farmers’ Market: Just as we craft and serve food in our restaurants, now we are doing the same at the Market. Pork burgers from our heritage Mulefoot pigs. Lamb ragout, from our big flock of...

Youthful Arrivals on Black Cat Farm

Another week of wind, some sun and now rain. Snow on tap for tonight, too. That means another week on the farm in April.  Either way, the plants seem awfully happy in their little nests of soil. With the exception of things that we over-wintered, and have written...

Windy Week, Bountiful Market Harvest

Is wind fun? We think not. We think only two kinds of people like wind: people who are crazy for kites, and sailors. That leaves billions and billions of people on earth who do not like wind. Wind assailed Boulder for much of the week, lifting soil and grit from the...