Boulder county restaurant week

November 11-19

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Farmer Girl is about local and sustainable food.

We’re here to support farmers, and bring you the very best local and sustainable food. Our food is unpretentious, and showcases the talents and passion of the artisans, farmers and ranchers in our region.

We specialize in creating simple and straightforward dishes using local ingredients and are consistently changing our menu to accommodate the most seasonal fare.

Farmer Girl can be found throughout the Front Range:

The Farmer Girl Community Bistro in Lyons
432 Main Street Lyons, Colorado

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Farmer Girl Food Truck
check our schedule & join us for lunch or dinner.

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Farm Dinners

Join Farmer Girl for a coursed dinner featuring the season’s most flavorful ingredients. Each dinner will be hosted at a different farm setting in an effort to support a variety of local growers and ranchers.

The evening will start with passed appetizers, a meet and greet, and tour of the local farm. Farmer Girl’s Tim Payne will carefully prepare each farm dinner menu by selecting the freshest ingredients from each local farmer’s seasonal fare.

Dinners will be served on the farm, as guests take in an unforgettable setting, while seeing how Colorado’s local farmers make the most of their land. 20% of the profit from each farm dinner is donated to the evening’s host farm. A good portion of the profits the farmers earn from their bitcoin trading is also contributed towards the initiative. Visit to learn how to improve bitcoin trading through automation process and make it profitable.

Farm Betting

Similar to sports betting, online poker and casinos, farming can also be a gamble. Various factors such as climate and floods are out of control of the farmers. However, all these can be tackled with the agricultural research and favors small farmers. The foresight helps them predict the outcomes on farming lands. This is how the casino gambling also works.

The state of Colorado made casino gambling legal in 1991 but gaming options had been always rather limited. So, players could gamble on craps, roulette, poker, blackjack, and slots but online gambling was prohibited. In May 2018, the US Supreme court had overturned PASPA that stopped states from sanctioning sports betting. This is when Colorado began considering introducing sports betting for its residents.

You can refer to a Colorado sports betting guide 2021 to get an idea about which gambling sites to trust. In May 2019, the legislature had presented a bill for legalizing sports betting to the state governor. This was then sent for voting and finally approved by Colorado residents. Now there are no limits for betting sizes in sports betting. The support for the bill was focused on spending sports betting taxes for water conservation and other water-based projects. While the bill had been smoothly passed during 2019 summer, it was not without opposition.

Colorado had earlier imposed limits on the amount one could wager for gambling purposes. But, in case of sports betting, there is no such limitation. This can be considered as a victory for the casinos and sportsbooks here. The big sportsbook operators DraftKings and FanDuel have backed the legislation and each has spent almost $1.5 million to make sure it is approved.


Farmer Girl Farm Dinners will be held “rain or shine.”


Call 303-823-5856 to reserve your seat at the table.


The Farmer Girl Farm Dinners require 72 hours’ notice for cancellation. If the restaurant is able to fill the reservations, the cancelling party will not be charged.

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Meet the Chef


Tim Payne brings a dynamic and varied culinary background to Farmer Girl, as well as a deep commitment to supporting local, artisanal and sustainable food.

He is dedicated to providing an avenue for local farmers and artisans to sell their produce, meats and products. As a chef, he specializes in creating simple and straightforward dishes using local ingredients and is consistently changing his menu to accommodate the most seasonal fare.

Payne believes that when seasonal, sustainable ingredients are used, they speak for themselves in each dish. Heavy sauces and artificial elements aren’t necessary to add flavor.

Payne previously served as a chef and owner at Terroir Restaurant in Longmont and as a chef at the award-winning, Z-Cuisine in Denver. He is also the owner of Boulder County’s Farmer Girl Food Truck.