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 thoughtful use Northern Colorado’s natural bounty became the inspiration for The Cache.
We’ve paired the best in local and seasonal produce, meat, fish and fowl with a carefully selected wine list of more than one hundred Old and New World varietals. Our desire is to provide you with a dining experience that truly satisfies, delights and, ultimately, creates your own story here in the River District.
The harvest has ended and the days are getting shorter, but wonderful ingredients are still to be savored as we welcome the holidays and year end. Right now, our chefs are excited about rich, slow braising and roasting; celebrating a hunter’s harvest of wild boar, quail and duck; and the perfect sear on an aged steak. Wild mushrooms, butternut and brandy offer further lush notes.
From the wine cellar, the transition to cooler weather brings full bodied whites and medium reds. As winter arrives, we’re indulging in luxurious, full bodied reds to match hearty dishes and a little bubbly to bring out the sparkle in the holidays.