900 Walnut Street Great Room, St Julien Hotel & Spa Boulder, CO 80302 +1 720 406 8208(Reservations)
Step in to the St. Julien Hotel & Spa for a refreshing cup of afternoon tea. Held in the Great Room of the hotel, the place is well-decorated and prepared for the afternoon. The tea also features cocktails and gingerbread decorating. Children are more than welcome here and receive a hat an an apron, and a very memorable photograph.
2017 13th Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 720 398 9036
Savor specialty low country cuisine at the Shug's that is located in downtown area of the Boulder city. Owned and managed by Chef Sean Shelby, it provides for Southern delights. You can choose from variety of dishes like Shug's Crab Albany, Ribeye with Caramelized Onions, Fried Chicken with Mashed Potatoes and so forth. If you love spicy food, all you need to do is mention it to the staff and your food will be spiced with additional herbs. The contemporary twist given to the traditional recipes makes for an unique menu. Shug's also offers variety of drinks that perfectly complement the Southern cuisine served here. And as far as entertainment is concerned, it has a separate area namely, The Shack. DJ Nights, live music concerts and similar events are hosted here. With a innovative menu, lively atmosphere and entertaining performers, Shug's is an ideal place for a pleasant and hassle-free meal. For additional details, check website or call ahead.
1005 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 442 2176
Round Midnight is one of the most popular nightclubs in Boulder and the Pearl Street mall district. Located in a basement area that stretches beneath multiple buildings on Pearl Street, Round Midnight plays music of all kinds, serves wine, mixers, and lots of different beers (including local micro-brews). As you can imagine, students and locals in the area love this spot. There aren't any particular theme nights, but the cover charge is minimal, and the occasional live music acts are a real treat. Best of all, Round Midnight's dance floor is huge and open and always filled. For those more interested in dancing and socializing than drinking and themed clubs, this is the best place in Boulder to try. - Sabrina Zirakzadeh
1521 Pearl Street #B Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 449 5173
The Cup is a locally run coffeehouse that is the one of the most popular student cafes on the Pearl Street Mall. The most common complaint about the cafe is, in fact, that is often too crowded to sit down for a hot drink and snacks with friends, even during off-peak hours. Still, if you are lucky enough to get in, it's easy to understand the Cup's popularity. The atmosphere is bohemian and chic, there are very few aluminum tables and chairs but many couches and corner booths, the prices are lower than any other cafe on Pearl Street, and the espresso-based drinks are addictive and delicious. The family that owns the Cup runs it themselves and keeps things friendly to both regulars and newcomers alike. A great stop while you explore Pearl Street, but don't expect to sit in. - Sabrina Zirakzadeh
1039 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 544 5973
This kitchen is located in a historical edifice situated right at the foothills of the Rocky mountains. The informal interiors are much prefered by restaurant regulars. Come summer and lots of salads are tossed up with fresh and organic ingredients. While Footlamb Cassoulet is the winter favorite, Sea scallops with Pea Puree is the spring delight! Enjoy a wholesome breakfast here as you peruse the morning newspaper.
2011 10th Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 544 0202
Instead of being a typical oxygen dive bar full of regulars playing air hockey and listening to Yanni on the jukebox, this hip little spot exudes a very stylish swank. Overstuffed chairs and couches make for relaxing perches to wedge a tube in your nostril and inhale a variety of scented air selections. There is also a small bar which serves herbal elixirs and bottled water. An indoor fountain and relaxing New Age music adds to the room's calming feel.
1111 13th Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 494 0366
In Boulder it is always a good time for ice cream. That is why this small hole-in-the-wall scoop shop keeps the doors open well into the night. The cones are cheap and the ice cream, which comes in an array of creative flavors, is homemade on-site. You can actually watch the transformation of sugar and cream into a tasty chocolate chip or raspberry cheesecake flavor. The location on the Hill draws all sorts of characters, from hungry hippies to college professors to wandering tourists, making for an interesting wait in line.
1136 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 449 4987
This Pearl Street Mall hangout brims with locals. Do not let the entrance turn you away. While a dark stairwell leads to this underground hideaway, the inside is friendly and fun with six pool tables and a big screen television. The bar pours a variety of beverages including an assortment of local micro brews. This is one of the few places in town you can get away with having a cigarette.
921 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 444 4888
This restaurant offers an authentic Italian dining experience (complete with the traditionally unhurried service). The low-lit dining room exudes luxury, with designer chairs and antiques. But during the warm months, you will find most people outside. The menu offers a wealth of inventive Mediterranean dishes, along with other Northern Italian creations. The mussels with clams and shrimp are a popular starter. The grilled salmon, served atop a bed of saffron potatoes, highlights the menu. You can also choose from veal, chicken and beef selections.
1611 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 247 9383
This adorable café, bedecked in a menagerie of colors, sits one block east of the Pearl Street Mall. Its lively atmosphere and cluttered tables promote conversation. Most of the menu items come with creative names, such as the Altitude Adjustment crepe and the It was Sam Andreas Fault omelet. Vegetarian dishes are plentiful. A full espresso bar offers a multitude of caffeine fixations, and a range of beers and wines. Live music plays Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays.
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