Boulder is known for a few things: its beautiful, fit, and happy people; its legal marijuana; its hippies and hipsters; and most of all, its gorgeous outdoors and its craft beer. And what better way is there to combine those last two than to enjoy a pint of local beer
Foodies rejoice! In addition to having one of the best farmer’s markets in the country and a local culinary school, Boulder hosts a vibrant restaurant scene of over 115 establishments. How good are these dining choices? Well, Bon Appétit named Boulder the Foodiest Town of 2010.
Boulder restaurants feature cuisine choices that run the gamut, while emphasizing organic selections, locally-grown produce, and native Colorado beef and bison. Add to that charming outdoor cafes, rooftop dining, and local breweries, and you’ve got an amazing way to indulge after your day of outdoor fun.
Check out our reviews of Boulder restaurants, and features of local dining and imbibing hot spots. You may burn a lot of calories in Boulder, but you won’t go hungry (or thirsty).
Nightclubs in Boulder take many different forms. There is the town’s classic, rowdy sports bars ideal for gathering with friends to catch a game and celebrate (or commiserate) afterward. There are ample craft breweries, boasting casual yet exciting atmospheres from which to enjoy the city’s renowned small batch beers. And
Colorado boasting the robust Hispanic population that we do, it should come as no surprise that a large part of Boulder’s culinary culture is rooted in the Mexican (and surrounding Tex Mex and Southwestern and other family recipe) foods that orbit them. This article is out to find the best
You might think, in such a landlocked state as Colorado, that the seafood (particularly of the raw variety) wouldn’t necessarily be top-notch. But oh, how wrong you’d be! There are plenty of great sushi restaurants in Boulder, and there’s nothing like a good healthy dose of tasty protein after an
Boulder may be known these days for its incredible myriads of craft beer, or its plethora of legal weed purveyors, but one thing Boulder is also really good at (and just as well known for) is our coffee shop culture. Back in the ‘90s, just before microbreweries began their explosion
The upcoming holidays are all about big family-style dinners. But in this season of hearty roasts and suppers that leave you stuffed, don’t forget about the fun and delicious dishes that await at a big breakfast or brunch with the family, too! And what better brunch dish to indulge in
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