Before you smirk or fret at the mention of this village side restaurant, think twice! This warm and friendly establishment offers a lavish lunch in an ... More
Gold Hill Inn (The)
Before you smirk or fret at the mention of this village side restaurant, think twice! This warm and friendly establishment offers a lavish lunch in an elegant setting that scores over its uptight city counterparts. The family operated restaurant serves an elaborate six course meal; the chefs incorporate flavors of the season that infuses a freshness in the taste. Be it the tasty appetizers or the soft home-baked bread, the quality is consistent and unparalleled. And, if all this sounds impressive, you can even hire Gold Hill Inn for you wedding reception and other personal events. A capacity of 150 guests, great menu and professional waiting staff make for an ideal venue. That's not it, Gold Hill Inn hosts live music concerts too on a regular basis. This lovely restaurant, is worth a detour on your way to Boulder city.
To get to the Gold Hill Inn you have to travel up a twisting dirt road east into the mountains from Boulder but the great food and atmosphere is more than worth the drive. They serve up an always changing 6 course meal for the fantastic price of just $31.00 per person. The food is plainly presented so don’t expect fancy pretty plates but what you can expect is great food served in a rustic lodge with a fantastic atmosphere. For a much more detailed review with pictures see my blog at www.milehigheater.blogspot.com
Admitedly a transplant from the east, I wanted to find a place that I could be proud to take those who visited me. Filled with character and class, the Gold Hill Inn is just that.
Offereing a variety of courses that change daily, Gold Hill Inn is not only the most current flavor of Colorado, but the most authentic. There is only one prce for the meal and it includes 6 courses with options for the soup, entree, and dessert (drinks are additional). Nestled in Gold Hill (which is a throw back itself), the Inn looks like a turn of the century log cabin complete with wood stove and mismatched furniture. The jam is home made and the staff works like a family, but the quaint atmosphere doesn't undermine it's place on a fine dining roster. Fare varies from rabbit and quail to ahi and tornado, all cooked with expertise.
If you're interested in being pampered and fancy lights, this might not be it, but if you appreciate a rustic appearnace and great food, it's well worth the drive into the mountains.
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