After much popular demand, the chefs at the famous hotel have happily agreed to create a unique menu that features some of Colorado’s most delicious, homegrown fare ranging from filet mignon and Colorado mountain trout to Haystack Mountain Goat Cheese and fresh fruits and vegetables grown in Colorado’s Arkansas Valley.
Happy couples that choose the Broadmoor’s award-winning chefs to cater their event can tailor a menu to include Colorado red trout with San Luis Valley quinoa pilaf, Colorado lamb loin with cumin-scented bulgar wheat and mint jus and Emma Farms certified Colorado wagyu beef sliders. And that’s just the main course. The new Colorado-themed collection of dishes also includes a range of handcrafted appetizers—Colorado sweet corn panna cotta and Colorado-grown melons with white chocolate and pistachio biscotti crisps, and more.
The Broadmoor Hotel is not alone in making changes to their menu. The hotel is yet another quality establishment hopping on the local cuisine trend and it’s dedication to investing in their agricultural community is not only admirable, but smart. Wedding parties interested in hosting an event with a minimal environmental impact can enjoy some of the most delicious and hearty local food at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs.