This quaint restaurant near the Pearl Street Mall is nestled in a Victorian house complete with a large porch and deck. The staff is friendly, and the ... More
This quaint restaurant near the Pearl Street Mall is nestled in a Victorian house complete with a large porch and deck. The staff is friendly, and the food is wonderful. Make sure to get here early on weekends, as the place is always packed. Children are welcome. The chef creates delicious Louisiana-style cuisine. Breakfast selections include fresh baked biscuits, waffles, and Eggs Sardou, a Creole specialty. Fresh fruit and cereal is also available. The lunch menu offers salads, Creole and Po'Boy sandwiches. No alcohol is served, but there are plenty of coffee drinks.
Lucile's is a wonderful joint, but the wait hardly makes it worth it. I live in Boulder and have loved the restaurant for years, but limit my visits to special occasions as I can't bear to wait over a hour for beakfast on a Sunday. However, Luciles is better than average, and so it's got me coming back (occasionally!)
Boulder's sister city Dushanbe, Tajikistan, donated this ornate building to the City of Boulder more than decade ago. Builders imported
and erected more than 30 tons of material to build the structure, which was finished in 1988. It quickly ...
Residing in the historic Victorian Harbeck Bergheim manor, this museum displays an eclectic collection of artifacts recounting the wild and
illustrious past of Boulder County. Check out the tools utilized to dig for gold and the survival methods of ...
Constructed of used bricks, rocks from Boulder Creek and flagstone from nearby Lyons, this posh bed & breakfast, built in
1994, is one of the best accomodations you can find in Boulder. Modeled after elegant hotels of the gold ...