Free Range Kitchen & Wine Bar is the creation of owners Steve & Robin Humble who have been immersed in the Roaring Fork valley's restaurant scene for 25 years.
We have combined forces with Executive Chef Flip Wise to create a menu (made from scratch) that offers bold flavors in clean food which compliments our active, adventurous, healthy Colorado Mountain Lifestyle. Flip is well known for his experience and passion using sustainable, responsibly farmed, freshly harvested ingredients as well as his strong relationships with the local farming and ranching communities.
Our goal is to create a fun community restaurant & wine bar with warm, friendly service and great atmosphere in historic downtown Basalt. With boutique global wine offerings, hand selected by Steve and a wide selection of regional craft beers and specialty cocktails using artisanal spirits and house-made infusions.
Historic Downtown Basalt
305 Gold Rivers Ct, Basalt, CO 81621
LUNCH DAILY 11:30am till 2:30pm with Patio Dining
DINNER NIGHTLY 5:30pm till 9:30pm with Patio Dining
*Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness
MEET OUR FARMERS
MEET OUr ranchers
At ACES at Rock Bottom Ranch we are guided by nature, balancing the wild and the agricultural, enriching lives and land. The Ranch is western Colorado’s “school” for teaching people of all ages how to grow healthy, local, sustainable food. -Jason Smith
We raise only Global Animal Partnership Certified Beef and Pork available now for local delivery. We only raise and sell locally. Minimal packaging and transportation to reduce waste and create a healthier community. We raise the only American Highland Cattle and American Berkshire Hogs in the Roaring Fork Valley.
MEET OUR fisherman
Bristol Bay Alaska is home to the largest Sockeye Salmon run in the World, some 30 to 40 million salmon push for the headwaters of their spawning grounds each year. Bristol Bay fishery is certified Sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council and the number of spawning salmon are monitored by a team of Alaskan State Biologists. To ensure Sustainability the number of salmon that travel past the fishing grounds on there way to spawn are carefully monitored and escapement goals must be met each year before fishing can begin.
WINES BY THE GLASS