BEST IN BOULDER

Looking to move to Boulder? Great! as residents, we have gathered up our favorite spots for Food, Drinks, and Fun in Boulder and the surrounding areas! Give it a look and feel free to reach out if you are curious about anything!

FOOD

Blackbelly 

Blackbelly features seasonal cuisine based on what is found locally. The whole animal butchery program at the butcher shop provides some of Colorado’s best meat and charcuterie. The menu changes often, reflecting the seasons. The Butcher Shop & Market is open for breakfast, lunch, grab&go, and also offers Boulder’s best selection of fresh meats, sausages, smoked items, etc. The Market also has a selection of local artisan items. The dinner restaurant is helmed by Top Chef Winner, Hosea Rosenberg, and serves up some of Boulder’s (and Colorado’s) best food.

Mateo 

 Mateo is a Chef and Owner operated restaurant located on Pearl Street, featuring simple dishes inspired by the Provence Region in Europe. The wine list focuses on small batch French and Italian Varietals and compliments the seasonally changing menu in this restaurant catered toward relaxed fine dining. 

Salt 

Chef-owner Bradford Heap uses locally sourced ingredients to transform your normal meat, fish and veggies into seasonally changing, consistently fabulous New American dishes at this farm-to-table fixture in Boulder. An always-hopping spot with funky decor; those who wish the well-oiled kitchen would do some more risk-taking can turn to the bar for creative build-your-own cocktails, along with some prime people-watching too.

DRINKS

Mountain Sun

Mountain Sun is a fun, yet high quality pub and restaurant offering finely crafted beers for affordable prices in an environment that’s comfortable like your living room. Located on the “happening” Pearl Street, Mountain Sun is a great local hang out to enjoy a beer and one of their many staple menu items, all while playing a game of Scrabble. FYI: They only accept cash or check!

Sanitas Brewery

This brewery, tucked away in a Boulder warehouse near the train tracks , includes an industrial-chic taproom with a seasonal outdoor patio serving tacos from McDevitt Taco Supply & rotating house-brewed beers. Secret Tip: The train is a celebrated sight at Sanitas – why? you ask. When the train rumbles past the tracks adjacent to the Sanitas back patio, the beer marked “train beer” on their menu is offered to patrons at half price. Where in the Great State of Craft Beer can you get a $2.50 cold one several times throughout the day?!

Rayback

Situated in the heart of Boulder, the Rayback is a foodpark. A bar. An event space. A backyard party. A collective of all things Colorado. They have more than 30 taps on deck and a rotating set of some of the area’s most beloved food trucks ready to dish up some of the finest, most eclectic cuisine the city has to offer. There is  a stage that’s primed for local talent to impress and a patio where you can show off your corn hole skills.

FUN

Boulder Dinner Theatre

This dinner theatre entertains patrons with four Broadway-quality shows a year.  Their professional directors and live musicians have set a standard of excellence that few can emulate. Members of the company have performed on stages all over the country! What makes this Theatre special, is patrons get to  enjoy personal attention as the stars of the show serve you at your table!

Boulder Theatre

The Boulder Theater truly is an all-around entertainment venue: live music of all genres, film, comedy, spoken word, corporate meetings, tech conferences, and private celebrations to name a few. This Theater has so much history as it originally opened in 1906 as Curran Opera House by wealthy billboard sign owner James Curran.  Then, the venue featured opera, musical productions and silent movies!

Hiking/run trails galore

The hiking and running trails in Boulder are abundant and are some of the best in the country! There is a huge network of trails running through Boulder and the surrounding areas, many of which interconnect. FYI: It pays to shop in Boulder. These trails are built and maintained with Boulder sales tax revenue. Shopping in Boulder helps keep these trails in good repair. 

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