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UPDATED: Boulder Restaurants Takeout and Delivery

March 26th, 2020

Now is a great time to support local businesses by ordering takeout or delivery! UberEats is offering free delivery from local restaurants, so there’s no reason not to; try an old favorite or take this chance to eat something you haven’t before. 740 Front 740 Front Street, Louisville 720-519-1972 740front.com Call to order curbside pickup on Wednesday from noon to 7 p.m. (for pickup Friday between 5 to 7 p.m.) and Thursday from noon to 7 p.m. (for pickup Saturday between 5 and 7 p.m.) Hours may expand; updates will be made on the steakhouse’s website. Arcana 909 Walnut Street, Boulder 303-444-3885 arcanarestaurant.com Starting... Read More

5 Amazing Restaurants to Try in Boulder

March 9th, 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

Top 3 Fun Hangs in Boulder

July 30th, 2019

1. Half Fast Subs  I LOVE Half Fast Subs! It’s got great prices on drinks and subs, and the dive atmosphere is my favorite. Located on Boulder’s ever-changing ‘The Hill’ district, the atmosphere has some old0-school charm. It’s a no-frills, low key establishment that feels very comfortable to hang out at. Kick back on the patio, drink a pitcher of Long Island Iced Tea—dubbed the ‘Strongo’—and laugh with friends. You can’t beat it.  2. The Spot  The Spot is a cool hidden gem that has a fine duality; you can climb and drink a beer. The Spot was the first bouldering gym to... Read More

Top 3 Restaurants in Longmont

July 25th, 2019

One of my favorite things to do is to go out to dinner with friends and get a nice meal and drink and catch up. I LOVE a good atmosphere at a restaurant—which can sometimes be tricky to find—along with great food and drinks. Don’t worry, because if you are visiting Longmont, I’ve got you covered!   BIN 46   “Located in Historic Downtown Longmont, across from the beautiful Roosevelt Park,  Bin 46 Owner Candy Campbell brings her own unique and eclectic, contemporary American cooking in an approachable, elegant format. Driven by her beliefs that beautiful food tells a story, she... Read More

Made with Love: Lindsay’s Boulder Deli at Haagen Dazs

April 5th, 2017

Lindsay’s Boulder Deli at Haagen Dazs on Pearl street has a rich history of feeding the Boulder community. Lindsay Shaw, the deli’s owner and namesake, has devoted her whole life to satisfying customers, serving ice cream at her father’s shop in Atlanta, Georgia, since “before she could see over the counter.” Now, Shaw makes a point to be visible at her deli, taking orders at the counter, preparing sandwiches, and stopping by chat with tables. Her devotion to customer care is legendary, and is something she’s written into her company culture. As a rule, customers are greeted warmly... Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

January 18th, 2016

Mountain Sun is a fun, laid back restaurant known for its craft beers, amazing service and tasty pub grub. Two aspects of the restaurant that I notice the most are the friendly atmosphere and the happy people working there. Jud moved to Boulder from Oklahoma after attending college near his hometown. When he moved, he originally started working in arboriculture, the study of tree cultivation and management. After an unfortunate snowboarding accident, Jud broke his leg and could no longer handle the physical demands of his job. That’s when he stumbled upon his current job at Mountain Sun. “I... Read More

A Side of History With Your Sink Burger.

July 24th, 2014

If there is one restaurant that should be written about in AboutBoulder.com, it should be The Sink, and mainly because of its sheer celebrity in the Boulder community. Located on The Hill, it’s been a Boulder staple for over 90 years. It’s changed names a and owners a handful of times but in 1989 returned (permanently) to it’s roots. Known for its beatnik murals and colorful decor, The Sink was home to Buffs like Robert Redford (legend has it he slept in one of the booths after working his janitor shifts), and being the hub for the hippie culture in the 70s.  You probably already know... Read More