Right now our chefs are saying hello to spring with fresh salmon, succulent lamb and juicy Colorado bison and beef, plus creamy local cheeses and the color and crunch of early spring vegetables.
From the wine cellar, we’re honored to report that our wine list has received the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. With that in mind, we’re toasting the season with crisp Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio, light Pinot Noir, a blush of Rosé and bit of sparkling Prosecco for sipping in the sunshing.
Back in the 1800’s, French Canadian trappers stashing gunpowder during a blizzard gave the Cache la Poudre river its name. Soon after, a fort, a town, and our old mill grew up along its banks. That rich history of making use of Northern Colorado’s natural bounty became the inspiration for The Cache.
We’ve paired the best in local produce, meat, fish and fowl with an award-winning wine list of more than one hundred Old and New World varietals. Our goal is to offer a dining experience that truly satisfies, delights and, ultimately, creates your own history here in the River District.
Come and enjoy!