What began as a family recipe, turned farmer’s market booth, and ultimately a popular haven for foodies and potato lovers alike, is now on the hunt for a new and vibrant space. Latke Love, known for their exceptional comfort food and quirky personality is looking to get their latkes back on the table. Through this venture the Latke Love team has activated an Indiegogo campaign, encouraging their followers to hop on board, donate some money, and get really great food in return. It is through these proceeds that owners and founders, Steve, Tina and Dina Shander, hope to get back to what matters; making perfect potato pancakes in a location that suits their consistent clientele. While the campaign is still open, the restaurant is asking their loyal customers, friends, and family to contribute to their food revolution and help save Latke Love.
On August 23rd Latke Love will host their very first pop-up restaurant on the 200 block of Santa Fe Drive. Latke Love will be at Denver Urban Homesteading frying that savory potato wonder. The indoor farmer’s market will be the perfect opportunity for latke lovers to get their fix and also for the owners of this wonderful shop to campaign and explain the need for a new location. You can also follow them on social media at and facebook.com/latkelovedenver, twitter.com/latkelove, and instagram.com/latkelove.
Latke Love is a family owned and operated restaurant that values the importance of simple ingredients, compassion and tradition. Their latke recipe has been handed down for generations and is the core of what makes the entire establishment thrive. Latke Love is home cooking with a unique twist. The menu items are funky, fun, one- of-a-kind, and rare to the Rocky Mountains. Housemade food, home style service, and comfort, it is Latke Love.