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October 7-16, 2022

October 7-16, 2022

Longmont Restaurant Week returns for its fifth year this October! Longmont Restaurant Week is a 10-day celebration of local food, drinks, and the people that make it happen. During the event, food and beverage establishments offer exclusive menus for $25, $35, or $45.

Enjoy amazing meals, delightful drinks, and exceptional experiences at more than 30 participating businesses!

Longmont Restaurant Week returns for its fifth year this October! Longmont Restaurant Week is a 10-day celebration of local food, drinks, and the people that make it happen. During the event, food and beverage establishments offer exclusive menus for $25, $35, or $45. Enjoy amazing meals, delightful drinks, and exceptional experiences at more than 30 participating businesses!

Gardens to Garnish

Longmont has a rich history of agriculture. For more than 150 years, we’ve been growing a variety of vegetables and fruits.

Find your farmer →

Pastures to Plates

Many local food and beverage establishments celebrate Longmont and all of Colorado by sourcing ingredients locally.

Find a restaurant →

Farms to Feasts

Sourcing food locally is not only a celebration of Longmont’s heritage; it shows a dedication to the environment and supporting local business.

Learn about Slow Food →

2022 Participants

Please contact the restaurant directly to make reservations or for more information.

Urban Field Pizza and Market

Garden Grille & Bar

Farow

Swaylo’s Tiki Restaurant & Bar

The Times Collaborative

Blue Corn Tacos

Wing Shack

Outworld Brewing

Gondolier Italian Eatery

Summit Tacos

Everest Restaurant

300 Suns Brewing

Sumo Sushi

The Restaurant at Fox Hill

Smokin’ Dave’s BBQ & Brew

Dry Land Distillers

Dickens 300 Prime

Jefe’s Tacos & Tequila

The Roost

The Post Chicken And Beer

Mike O’Shays

Longmont Public House

Caprese Tratorria

Blackjack Pizza & Salads

Cyclhops Bike Cantina

Georgia Boys BBQ

Abbott & Wallace Distilling

Martinis Bistro

Rosalee’s Pizzeria

Flavor of India

St. Vrain Cidery

Featured Business: Martinis Bistro
A cornerstone of the Longmont culinary scene for 20+ years, Martinis Bistro is a fine-dining establishment featuring local fare and a craft cocktails.

Featured Business: Dry Land Distillers
This craft distillery featured handmade spirits and cocktails made from scratch using ingredients that are distilled and garnished on premise!

Featured Business: Swaylo’s Tiki Restaurant & Bar
Pacific island food & extravagant rum cocktails… Experience escape without leaving Longmont!

Featured Business: Farow
Farow is a hyper local, farm to table restaurant with a focus on a seasonal menu that changes weekly.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to buy tickets for Longmont Restaurant Week?

Nope! To enjoy Longmont Restaurant Week, all you need to do is eat at one of the participating businesses and order their Longmont Restaurant Week special.

Please note that there are some sub-events and chef experiences that require tickets or special reservations in advance. These include the Farm to Table Dinner on September 29, the Taste the Times kick-off party on October 7, and chef experiences at the Times Collaborative.

About the Kick-Off Event:

Kick off Longmont Restaurant Week with a culinary tour of The Times Collaborative on Main St! Enjoy 8 plates prepared by 8 in-house chefs! Tickets are $45 each including one beer or wine. 10% of the proceeds will benefit Longmont Food Rescue and their mission to create a more just and equitable food system. Click here for tickets.

Do the $25, $35, and $45 prices include tax and tip?

No. The special event menu prices of $25, $35 and $45 are before tax and tip. Please be sure to tip the staff for their hard work!

What's included with the special menus?

Menus are created by the restaurants to provide customers with a good experience that shows off what they do best. That might be a three-course meal, or meal for two. It varies between businesses, so check out the menus in advance!

When are the specials available?

Longmont Restaurant Week special menus are available every day a participating business is open between Friday, October 7 and Sunday, October 16. Please note that not every restaurant will have their special menu available at all hours of operation- it’s a safe bet (though not guaranteed) that they will be available for dinner, but you’ll want to ask the restaurant if you are planning to stop by for lunch or happy hour.

Do I need reservations?

In most cases, reservations are not required. They are, however, highly recommended! Contact the restaurant directly to make reservations.

Do restaurants still serve their normal menu during Longmont Restaurant Week?

Special event menus are available alongside a participant’s regular menu, so there are options for everyone in your group!