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Classic Colorado Farm Dishes Get A Modern Twist at Ebert’s Terrace

Celebrate the Centennial State’s agricultural past with smoked-ribeye and Alamosa striped-bass

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A new restaurant that pays tribute to Colorado’s history and agricultural heritage has landed in Green Valley Ranch near Denver International Airport.

Ebert’s Terrace opened last month at the Green Valley Ranch Golf Club on Himalaya Road. Though the golf club is only open to members, Ebert’s Terrace is open to the public.

The restaurant is named for surveyor and civil engineer Frederick J. Ebert, who drafted the first map of the Colorado Territory in 1862. Ebert later became Denver’s city engineer and also owned several farms, including one near what is now Green Valley Ranch.

The restaurant’s menu features dishes that represent early Colorado and include ingredients from local farms meant to evoke Ebert’s own farming past.

Diners can expect such entrees as bacon-wrapped bison meatloaf, smoked ribeye and Alamosa stripped-bass. There will also be soups, salads and sandwiches and burgers, including a bison burger and cider-braised pork sandwich. Desserts include blueberry and lemon cheesecake and champagne poached pears. Check out the full menu below.

Ebert’s is sourcing products from a range of Colorado farms and purveyors that includes Aspen Ridge Beef, Bjorn’s Colorado Honey and Leopold Bros. Distillery.

The restaurant space includes a lounge, dining area and bar. As one might expect, there is also a terrace with views of the golf course and mountains.

Ebert’s Terrace is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Ebert's Terrace

4900 Himalaya Road , Denver, CO 80249 Visit Website

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