500 Interlocken Boulevard Omni Interlocken Resort Broomfield, CO 80021 +1 303 438 6600
This restaurant residing in a Omni Interlocken Resort is located in Broomfield, between Boulder and Denver-10 miles from Boulder and 15 miles. Despite its rather inconvenient location, it has a hotspot for partaking a power lunch. The dining room is the size of a small country, paintings bedeck the walls, and floor-to-ceiling windows look out onto the Flatirons. The dinner menu centers on local cuisine, and includes Colorado rack of lamb, and Rocky Mountain trout. Desserts include Expresso Creme Brulee and chocolate mousse.
1700 29th Street North West Corner of 30th and Canyon Boulder, CO 80301
Century Boulder is a perfect place to spend your weekend, forgetting yourself in the charming world of fiction. Here you can catch up on all the latest flicks. Head to the refreshment stands to satiate your hunger with yummy popcorn and soda. With multiple screens, you will be able to select a movie of your choice. However, ensure that you book your tickets in advance so that you do not have to compromise on the movie you want to watch. And should you be in a mood to catch live action this place is also a frequent venue to various events and functions. So, garb a ticket and have a happy, wondrous and fun filled weekend!!
1709 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 440 4628
When you walk into this coffeehouse, don't let the somber book shelf decor, the laptop-fixated crowd, and uptight baristas, who seem like they perpetually wake up on the wrong side of the bed each morning, frighten you away. Be brave and settle down. Order one of the specialty coffees or teas, and then resign to sweet relaxation. It won't be long before you understand what makes people who visit The Laughing Goat return again. If you are still not convinced, you will be, the moment you catch one of the poetry readings, art shows, or band performances at this place. The Wifi at this place is free, and offers a great speed too. Taking all these things into account, a visit to The Laughing Goat may actually leave you deliriously happy, like a laughing goat perhaps.
1729 28th Street Boulder, CO 80301 +1 720 974 9490
If you are one among the many who are extremely disappointed that Sherlock Holmes is nothing but a fictiouts character, a figment of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's imagination, then you will be happy to know that you still have a solace in the Baker Street Pub & Grill. Everything at this venue plays on the Sherlock Holmes theme, and the detective's fans are sure to visit this place even if there was nothing else working for it. However this place does manage to cut some fine ice with its excellent live music performances, delicious food, and well-equipped bar. This restaurant in Boulder is part of the Sherlock's Pub Company chain, and is not different from the others spread across the country, as far as quality of ambiance and entertainment is concerned at least.
2590 Walnut Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 440 7826
This 40,000-square-foot performing and visual arts center is home to many of Boulder's theaters, dance and music production companies. Check out performances from the Colorado Dance Festival and Boulder Arts Academy, as well as concerts by the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra. The studios of Boulder's award-winning Community Access Television are also housed in the complex. Frequent classes and exhibits are offered to the community. Ticket sales and private contributions fund the center which draws over 140,000 guests annually.
2425 Canyon Blvd Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 440 5737
Cafe Bravo is a family operated cafe that features a range of coffee blends and Asian peral teas. Complement your coffee or tea with a fresh sandwich, salad, or pastry. While the java joint is rather obscure, part of a small strip mall, its inside boasts colorful décor. Photographs and paintings by local artists hang from the walls, creating an inviting spot to lounge.
4479 North Broadway Boulder, CO 80304 +1 303 449 3663
One of the original staples of the blossoming trendy North Boulder shopping district, the North Boulder Cafe is a small, unassuming cafe with coffee and atmosphere far beyond its outward appearance. The cafe looks like a seedy highway stop in the middle of Boulder, but don't be fooled; North Boulder Cafe serves the best coffee in the city. The cafe is tiny (but clean) and brightly lit, the staff is friendly and quick, the food is nothing special but affordable and delicious, and the coffee...! Even for non-coffee fans, North Boulder Cafe's flavored drinks and tea mixes are to die for! Why go to a chain coffeehouse when such an amazing, affordable gem is right around the corner? - Sabrina Zirakzadeh
5501 Arapahoe Avenue Boulder, CO 80303 +1 303 449 6000
Three levels and about 285 tables surround the stage at this popular venue. The theater puts on an average of four musicals per year and wins numerous yearly awards from the Denver Drama Critics Circle. Come here for an evening of elegant food and phenomenal acting. Following traditional dinner-theater style, the actors double as the wait staff. A delicious meal is served before the show, and dessert is served during the intermission. Try the Chicken Cordon Bleu or prime rib, scrumptious desserts and after-dinner drinks. Reservations are required.
5397 South Boulder Road Boulder, CO 80303 +1 303 301 0005
Attached to the Days Inn within Boulder, Co., the Eggcredible Cafe offers affordable breakfasts and brunches for hotel patrons and outside visitors. Eggcredible's menu offers entrées such as omelets, breakfast platters, specialty waffles, french toast and breakfast and lunch sandwiches. The cafe uses locally grown, organic ingredients. The food and drinks are affordable and special deals are offered daily. The cafe itself is small but cozy, built to resemble an old-fashioned log cabin. Eggcredible does get crowded quickly, so save it for smaller groups instead of a huge gathering! -Sabrina Zirakzadeh
Sometimes establishments that bill themselves as sports bars are nothing more than glorified locker rooms for the local softball teams. The Lazy Dog, however, does not fall into this category. Jerseys and sports memorabilia are judicially placed so that they do not border on overkill. Televisions are prominent, but not to the point of being distracting to those who only want to dine. The dinner and lunch menu are the same and feature a host of Salads, Pizza, Pasta dishes, and Sandwiches. See their website for further information.
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