The Huckleberry is the only British tea room and restaurant in the Boulder area. Located in the heart of downtown Louisville, the restaurant is easy ... More
The Huckleberry is the only British tea room and restaurant in the Boulder area. Located in the heart of downtown Louisville, the restaurant is easy to find and an enjoyable diversion from wandering the other local shops and museums in the area. However, the popularity of the Huckleberry makes it difficult to just pop in without prior planning. The menu offers full British breakfasts and Colorado favorites alike, comfort food entrees served in the British style, and rich, freshly made desserts and wine for a full dining experience. The afternoon tea is the real draw, offering sandwiches, cheeses, and other snacks alongside the usual tea cakes and sweets. However, while the food is delicious, the prices are a bit high, with very little outside the breakfast menu costing less than USD10. - Sabrina Zirakzadeh
We went for afternoon tea and first, it isn't cheap. Second, you get virtually no food and third, the food wasn't great. We had 8 people and they didn't even give us one of each pastry per person. The sandwiches were dry as though they had been sitting out for quite some time. The tea however was quite good.
Our table was not ready when we arrived for our reservation (we were on time). We had 2 babies with us and the manager was visibly annoyed and rude to us about it even though the place was practically empty. She further was annoyed that the adults didn't sit where she instructed us too and she let us know about it.
When we questioned something on our bill, she became visibly angry and shouted at me in the middle of the restaurant in front of my children. She then blocked my way to leave with her person. Classy.
My previous experience was great there but after this, there is no way I would go back.
I wish Karen never sold the place!(Karen's Country Kitchen) Was the best. The new owner took a place that cooked wonderful homemade dishes and turned it into a wanna be chain. We go to Hole In One Bagels and we can get in and out and enjoy a great breakfasts!
I felt like I was eating at a crappy truck stop. I ordered a chai latte that was bitter and my breakfast tasted like it came from a frozen package ( I should have gone to Denny's). While they try to protray a homemade feel in everything lacked any sense of being even close to that.
Good food, not great service: I got to Huckleberry almost every weekend for breakfast. Their food is unique and they are the only breakfast restaurant in Louisville. The service is not great and the food is often not hot, but it is compared to what else is around.
While in town a friend took us to the Huckleberry for Sunday breakfast - the food & tea was excellent, the staff friendly, and the atmosphere quaint and comfortable. We will definitley go back the next time we're in town! I loved the Good Morning Sunshine blend of tea!