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

Celery = Culinary Star + Tix Available for Farm Dinners

Wan, insipid, the vegetable equivalent of a Ritz cracker designed for little more than holding schmears of dip. You encounter cold shafts of celery in crudite platters, piled beside the bowl of ranch dressing. It is time to experience what we consider real celery,...

Tomatoes Coming On Strong + Saturday Market

Every year is an adventure in tomato-growing at Black Cat Farm. Colorado’s tempestuous climate guides the growing season, and ultimately shapes the nature of the harvest. And the weather, too, determines what kinds of tomatoes you see on your plates at Black Cat...

Corn Arrives at Black Cat Farm & Market Bounty

Lend us an ear, Black Catters and Brambleites. One of our favorite veggies in the fields is finally popping. It has become the country’s largest commodity crop, covering 90 million acres of farmland in the United States (most of it in the heartland). The mass-produced...

Peppers on Parade + Market Bounty

We serve them fresh. Roast them. Ferment them, pickle them and dry them. We grind them into powder, and turn them into sauces. And boy are we happy that pepper season is here. This year we planted 10 different varieties, with names like Shishito, Fushimi, Amish...

Artisan Sheepskins Arrive + Market Bounty

Raising livestock and vegetables involves more than the pleasures of the table. Peppers can be dried, fashioned into ristras, and hung around the house as decorative touches. Gourds make fantastic fall centerpieces. But sheepskins are another order of awesome. Seat...