Ajax Tavern, Element 47, and catered Little Nell events serve sustainability on every plate.
Beef is primarily supplied by Brandt Beef (all-natural, family owned and operated since 1945) from Brawley CA, and Lone Mountain Wagyu raised by the Estrin family in Golden, New Mexico. Chickens come from Boulder Natural Meats. Dayspring in Olathe and Razors Roost in Austin provide eggs. We select fish using the Monterrey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch approved Best Choice sources. Seventy-five percent of our produce comes from Colorado.
You may even see culinary staff picking ingredients directly from The Little Nell's organic garden each day. In 2016, we established The Little Nell Gardens at Emma Farms in Basalt, CO where we produce arugula, kale, chard, cucumbers, beets, scallions, radishes, baby leeks, broccoli, pickling cucumbers, and herbs. These items and many others are featured on Element 47's constantly-changing menu. Additional produce is supplied by Rain Crow Farms in Paonia, Thistle Whistle in Hotchkiss, and Rendezvous Farms in Crawford. The Little Nell spends over $200,000 on local food each year. These purchasing decisions are major contributions to the local economy.