We are a quaint neighborhood bistro in the heart of Colorado's Orchard and Wine country featuring an eclectic and seasonal changing menu and select wine and beer to compliment our cuisine.
We believe dining can be a splendid ritual and that food nourishes the body as well as the soul. Whether eating for simple daily sustenance or celebrating commemorative occasions, we are committed to enhancing the pleasures of the table for our guests by offering a dining experience that satisfies the appetite and delights the senses.
In Japanese mythology Inari is the deity for rice and patron of prosperity for farmers and merchants, especially those involved with food. Inari is depicted as a fox spirit, a messenger between the earthly and heavenly realms.
Hiro & Meg
Hiro's knowledge as a small business owner for the past 35 years, as well as construction skills acquired in remodeling and building previous homes, were put to good use in creating a neighborhood bistro in the building at 336 Main Street, originally built as Young's Market in the 1940's.
Meg's culinary training at The Cooking School of the Rockies in Boulder, Colorado, which included a month in Provence, France, inspires the eclectic, seasonal cuisine offered on the menu.
Together they hope to encompass the spirit of hospitality that epitomizes the town of Palisade and its residents.