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$30 for $60 Worth of Seasonal American Food for Dinner
At the Midtown location, the menu includes sustainable fare such as goat-cheese gnocchi with crawfish and mushrooms ($14–$26) and pan-roasted striped bass with sweet-potato spaetzle ($27). The Mission Farms menu includes roasted Colorado rack of lamb and curry-braised lamb leg ($34) as well as puff pastry filled with butternut-squash cream and root-vegetable gratin ($18). Menus can vary with the day’s seasonal ingredients.
At Room 39, the dinner menu doesn't start with appetizers. Instead, the top of the carte features a short profile of a local farmer, followed by a list of all the small family farms that provided ingredients for the night's dishes. This choice signals the commitment of chefs and co-owners Ted Habiger and Andy Sloan to making local, sustainable food a part of fine dining. At both of the restaurant’s locations, they construct elegant New American dishes, such as blueberry-goat-cheese pancakes at breakfast and housemade pappardelle with bolognese at lunch. They're also no slouches with seafood—their spicy sautéed shrimp was named one of the best restaurant dishes of 2007 by Food & Wine magazine. Behind the bar, craft beers flow from local breweries such as Boulevard, Free State, and Tallgrass, as well as classic cocktails from local negroni wells.