For upscale dining in Nederland, this is the place. Sturdy wooden tables and chairs add a certain Swiss chalet charm to the ... More
For upscale dining in Nederland, this is the place. Sturdy wooden tables and chairs add a certain Swiss chalet charm to the gourmet menu of steaks, seafood and pasta. The full bar offers separate margarita and wine menus, and an array of microbrews. The rich food and atmosphere tends to draw a crowd not typical of the rest of town, but is good for entertaining those not prepared for funkier mountain establishments. Patio seating is available, weather permitting.
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 ...
One of the city's most popular restaurants, the Rio Grande is best known for its tasty and potent margaritas. The
feisty drinks pack such a kick that there is a three margarita drink limit. Flavorful food, combined with a ...