Radishes, purple and yellow cauliflower, green beans, carrots, tomatoes, cucumbers, and broccoli make up this crudités dish - a favorite appetizer on the True Food Kitchen menu.
Small succulents decorate each table.
Tomato and kale pizza with carmelized onions
Cucumber refresher and local microbrew beer.
New dish debuts on the True Food Kitchen menu in Denver: gluten-free turkey lasagna.
Medicine man - a delicious blend of black tea and cranberry, pomegranate and sea buckthorn juices.
Flourless chocolate cake made with 72% cocoa topped with vanilla ice cream.
Pomegranate yuzu sorbet. Yuzu is a tart citrus fruit native to eastern Asia.
Dr. Weil and his daughter Diana enjoy an evening together at the new True Food Kitchen in Denver
Dr. Weil, his daughter Diana and friends enjoy an evening at True Food Kitchen
As with all True Food locations, the kitchen is open to the dining area so that patrons can see the raw ingredients and the simple, skillful preparation techniques.
Nothing to hide: the walk-in cooler at the Denver True Food Kitchen features a window that faces the street. Pedestrians can see - and be tempted by - the colorful fruits and vegetables that make up the core of the True Food dining experience.
Prepping for a busy lunch.
Looking down the bar as the employees gather for a meeting before a busy day.
Seasonal pumpkins and gourds decorate the front entrance of the new True Food Kitchen in Denver
True Food Kitchen brand chef, Michael Stebner, was on hand to oversee the opening of the Denver restaurant
Outside patio view of the new True Food Kitchen in Denver
The juice bar of True Food Kitchen is filled with fresh fruits and vegetables
Dr. Weil with Alejandro German, head chef of the Denver True Food Kitchen
Sam Fox, Dr. Weil, and Michael Stebner pose for a photo during opening weekend of the True Food Kitchen in Denver