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Elevate Your Boulder Dining Experience: Manners 101

April 21st, 2024

Have you ever found yourself as a Boulder guest for dinner feeling unsure about the proper dining etiquette? This can happen  while at a formal dinner or a business luncheon or in a more casual environment. Understanding and practicing good table manners can significantly enhance your dining experience and leave a lasting positive impression on your companions. Additionally it contributes to your personal comfort at dinner. Whether you’re dining with colleagues, friends, or family, mastering the art of table etiquette is essential for making a favorable impression. Let’s explore some... Read More

The Hidden Health Benefits of your Thanksgiving Dinner

November 22nd, 2023

The Health Benefits Hidden in Your Thanksgiving Meal For this blog post I decided to write about some of the health benefits that can be derived from your Thanksgiving dinner, which most of us will be indulging in. While there are many aspects of the typical thanksgiving dinner that may not exactly be beneficial for your health (pie, stuffing, cookies, soda, alcohol) there can also be a silver lining to this wonderful all American holiday. Turkey – Everybody knows that turkey is the main component of any proper Thanksgiving dinner. But did you know that turkey can also be beneficial for your... Read More

Boulder’s Sentimental Favorite – Dinner at Brasserie Ten Ten

June 9th, 2023

I recently had the pleasure of visiting Brasserie Ten Ten and I must say, it was a fun time. The restaurant went through Covid-19 closures and came back last summer.  I had been there one other time this year, but it felt like old times going back to the bar for happy hour. We were surprised and happy to find that we could get into the bar without a wait. We sat at the little round tops, still complemented but the beautiful bouquet in that room. We were served by the super-friendly bartender. We were unfamiliar with the Sauvignon Blanc options, so the waiter brought us a tasting. He didn’t want... Read More

Top 3 Highest Rated Boulder, CO Restaurants

January 22nd, 2022

In Boulder, good food is always within arms reach. The Boulder County Farmers Market is among the best in the nation, offering locally grown vegetables, fruits, cheeses, and wine to the city’s farm to table restaurants. This, in combination with Boulder’s proclivity towards environmentalism and health, creates a demand for fresh yet tasty meals at the city’s restaurants, with non-GMO, gluten free, and vegan options for the health conscientious. With nearly 600 restaurants to choose from in Boulder, it’s hard to narrow down which eateries yield the best food and flavor. To help you decide,... Read More

5 Amazing Restaurants to Try in Boulder

November 11th, 2020

I love going to eat in Boulder (I love going out to eat in general—who doesn’t?) I love a restaurant with a great atmosphere (a great vibe in a restaurant is my SCENE) and affordable food and drink that is quality! Winding down the day at a nice place with a few friends and drinks is one of my favorite pastimes. Sometimes picking out a new restaurant can always feel like a gamble; you never really know what you’ll get, especially because there are plenty of options in Boulder. Well, I got you, because these are some restaurants you certainly must try in Boulder; you really can’t go wrong... Read More

Hempy New Year Vegan Dinner

December 30th, 2018

For some, the New Year is symbolic of starting fresh. Many work towards New Year’s resolutions to be healthier or happier. Even if you don’t set any goals or make resolutions, you survived another year on this planet and that deserves a celebration! That’s why Green House Healthy is hosting a Hempy New Year Vegan Dinner in Denver this January! Their last vegan hemp dinner, Vegan Hempsgiving, was featured in Denver Westword and Livekindly, so treat yourself to delicious and healthy hemp foods prepared by private vegan chef, Sonja Miltner, of Fresh Perspective! The dinner is for vegans and... Read More

Vegan Hempsgiving in Colorado

October 13th, 2018

In just a few weeks, the people of Colorado are collecting for an evening celebration of community and healthy hemp through the sharing of a delicious vegan feast, hosted by Green House Healthy, and you’re invited! This one of a kind dinner party, at the Courtyard by Marriott in Westminster, CO, will give guests the chance to sample several local Colorado hemp foods, prepared by private vegan chef, Sonja Miltner, of Fresh Perspective! After the incredible meal, each attendee will go home with a goody bag filled healthy products from sponsors, and there is an amazing guest speaker lined up,... Read More

The Cool Factor: Riffs Urban Fare on Pearl Street Mall

April 12th, 2017

Riffs Urban Fare in three words: trendy, whimsical, exquisite. I love this contemporary cocktail lounge so much; I dare say they serve the most innovative, creative meals in all of Pearl Street Mall. Need more convincing? Here are some of the amazing features this eatery offers: The Ambience Riffs Urban Fare’s cocktail lounge setting is two parts cool, one part whimsy. The contemporary interior is balanced with quirky wall fixtures, like the framed jigsaw puzzles or blush colored moutainscape painting that engages the expanse of the wall behind the bar. In size, the restaurant is modest, containing... Read More

Events to treat all senses

March 5th, 2017

Here I am again with so much to say about these under advertised events that I just want to get straight into them.  I will say this, though: This month’s events are a treat for all senses.  Come see what I mean.   Throughout the entire month of March the Boulder Dinner Theater is putting on their performance of Disenchanted.  This comedic parody of classic fairytales turns all the classic tropes about princess we know on their heads.  This musical features all the Disney princesses becoming fed up with how they’re being presented in today’s media and join together to reclaim their... Read More

Boulder Weekly Events

February 7th, 2016

Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday this year, which leaves a lot of room for planning. It doesn’t just have to be an evening filled with loved ones and soul mates, it can be a whole day or even a whole weekend! Hopefully you already have set plans for the holiday, but for those who are last minute planners, keep reading for ideas. If you’re in a relationship, that is wonderful! If you’re not, who says these events can’t be done alone, with friends, or with family? Forget the bubbly, chocolate and beer is the new trend. Saturday, February 13, 2016 Shine Restaurant and Gathering Place:... Read More