This lively restaurant has all of the charm of a tiny European coastal cafe. Sunny paintings and brilliant colors bedeck the ... More
This lively restaurant has all of the charm of a tiny European coastal cafe. Sunny paintings and brilliant colors bedeck the walls. Lush foliage grows everywhere, and an imported Italian wood burning stove glows in the background. Known for its flavorful tapas, the menu celebrates the succulent entrees of Italy, Spain, Greece and France. The wood-oven-baked pizzas are popular, as is the Eggplant Parmigiana. For dinner, the family style Paella de Mariso is divine. Order a dessert if just to observe the masterful designs created by the pastry chef.
Do not let the hole in the wall facade and dilapidated interior of this restaurant fool you—it is one of
Boulder's best kept secrets. The overflowing portions of Mexican and New Mexican regulars, blue corn tortillas, steaming enchiladas, pinto ...
This posh venue has graced downtown Boulder since 1906. Originally opened as an opera house, the historic building underwent a
massive renovation in the 1980s. Located just off the Pearl Street Mall , the complex hosts nightly concerts, film ...
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 ...