Diners can be assured that the produce, dairy, and meats are sourced from nearby land—sometimes even from executive chef Eric Skokan's farm.
This contemporary Mexican eatery offers up hand-crafted margaritas (try the prickly pear variety) and more than 100 different kinds of tequila. Chow down on the chicken, pork, and beef taco samplers or the pork green chili cheese fries.
Weekly specials, all-night Sunday happy hour, small and large plates, gluten-free options, and weekend chef-choice dishes keep this local joint interesting. Best bets include the red wine-braised short ribs, bacon-wrapped dates stuffed with chorizo, and pan-seared salmon.
Boulder's only authentic Irish pub serving brunch, lunch, and dinner daily.
Serving fresh, organic, and free-range menu items with a selection of international wines. In the St Julien Hotel.
Enjoy the robust flavors of authentic Italian cuisine. Try pizza from the wood-fired oven, house-made pasta, fresh seafood, and tiramisu.
An intimate cafe serving delicious homemade food in a casual setting. For breakfast try the scrumptious crepes and omelets, and for dinner feast on the grilled center cut pork chop.
Established in 1969, this is Boulder's oldest steak house. The varied menu also features fresh fish, lamb chops, pasta, and vegetarian items.
One of the more authentic Vietnamese restaurants in the metro area.
This casually elegant and bustling neighborhood Provençal restaurant offers a seasonal menu that uses local ingredients.