Chain: Tocabe

Tocabe to Convert Greenwood Village Store into Indigenous Marketplace

Tocabe, An American Indian Eatery, announced the upcoming closure of their Arapahoe Road location in South Denver’s Greenwood Village with immediate plans to convert the space into a pilot production and packaging facility for the Tocabe Indigenous Marketplace and recently-launched Direct-to-Tribe Ready Meal Program–in partnership with Spirit Lake Nation–with plans to launch Direct-to-Consumer later this […]

Tocabe American Indian Eatery Introduces New Menu Items

Denver’s own Tocabe, the nation’s largest American Indian restaurant chain, introduced its long-awaited Braised Turkey, rounding out its native-sourced menu, along with several hearty winter menu additions. Tocabe sources local and organically-raised birds from Peterson Farms in Lakewood, and the Braised Turkey recipe gets inspiration from owner Ben Jacobs’ Osage Nation heritage. First, the whole, […]

Denver Fast Casual Tocabe Adds Braised Rabbit for Summer

Denver’s own Tocabe, the nation’s largest American Indian restaurant chain, introduces an exciting limited-offering special beginning this August at both brick-and-mortar locations: Braised Rabbit. The rabbit will be prepared weekly, every Friday, and sold at both locations until it is gone. Prepped with Tocabe’s signature dry rub with spices including elderberry, sumac and house-ground dried […]

Native American Fast Food? It’s a Reality at Tocabe

While Mexican, Italian, Chinese, and other ethnic dining spots dot the U.S. map, restaurants serving the nation’s oldest cuisine, American Indian, remain hard to find. Ben Jacobs and Matthew Chandra want to change that. In December 2008, the college pals opened Tocabe: An American Indian Eatery to bring Native American food to Denver. The fast […]