As part of the Osage Nation, Tocabe utilizes our American Indian roots to help educate people on Indigenous culture.

Tocabe is currently the only American Indian owned and operated restaurant in Metro Denver specializing in Native American cuisine. Our co-owners, Matt Chandra and Ben Jacobs, were inspired to open Tocabe by Grayhorse: An American Indian Eatery, which was established in 1989 by the Jacobs family.

We're dedicated to revitalizing Indigenous culture through the power of food. Founded over 15 years ago as Tocabe An American Indian Eatery, our mission has always been to remove the barriers and challenges that make Native foods inaccessible. Today, Tocabe Indigenous Marketplace connects customers and their families to Indigenous ingredients and ready-made Harvest Meals

Tocabe makes it easier for you to enjoy Native and Indigenous foods, no matter where you live. Our commitment to sourcing ingredients from Native farmers, ranchers, producers, and caretakers ensures that each meal is not only delicious but also supports Native and Indigenous communities and helps preserve Indigenous culture.

We believe that food is more than just sustenance — it's a powerful way to connect with our heritage, our community, and each other. Join us in our mission to interlink Native and Indigenous food systems with every household to make sure all peoples have access to foods that nourish our communities from seed to soul.

Our vision is to embrace the traditions of American Indian Cuisine and ingredients by building community through food.

Make an impact in our communities

By shopping our Indigenous Marketplace, you’re participating in food sovereignty and supporting Indigenous and local farmers across the nation, making an impact in our communities. So, shop our marketplace today. And in the meantime, learn how to create traditional recipes with Native ingredients so you can stop cooking with the same ingredients you always do and instead start creating meals with healthy and wholesome ingredients that also make a difference.