This community bistro serves seasonal, rustic classics. Head over during community hour for the green salad with chévre and hazelnuts, mushrooms on toast, and curry-spiced nuts; be sure to peruse the extensive beer and wine lists.
The bustling environment and unpretentious food pay homage to a traditional French brasserie.
Indulge in tender lamb or the succulent lobster. The best values are at lunchtime, but these flavors are worth every penny.
Serving a fusion of Asian cuisine highlighting Nepalese, Indian, and Tibetan delights.
A chilled bar top and an extensive wine list, accompanied by classic American steak house favorites.
Southwestern fare with a nice twist. Try the black bean-achiote tamales with crumbled goat cheese and spring succotash. Plus, with more than 150 tequilas to choose from, ordering a great margarita is a must.
Nestled in the foothills of Boulder, this spot promises a romantic getaway. In a dining room of white tablecloths and chandeliers, order meals like beef Wellington and filet mignon while you choose a vino from the 1,100-label wine cellar.
Located atop Flagstaff Mountain, this restaurant has a huge wine list and a spectacular view of Boulder. Try the ahi tuna tartare and, for dessert, have a piece of seasonal cheesecake.
Lucile's offers Creole-style breakfasts and lunches with great service.