Convention & Visitors Bureau
2440 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO 80302 | 303.442.2911
In a town obsessed with food, some the best souvenirs are made to savor. Boulder's longtime presence in the natural foods industry also contributes to a vast number of local delectables. Where to find them? Shop Pearl Street, which boasts specialty stores like foodie-favorite Peppercorn.
Pearl Street Plank Rub from the Savory Spice Shop in downtown Boulder is a custom blend that's great on salmon and named in honor of Boulder's most-loved street.
The famous Sleepytime Tea is made right in Boulder at the Celestial Seasonings factory. The factory tour and gift shop aren't open right now, but you can shop for Celestial Seasonings teas at any grocery store in town.
Chocolove chocolate bars are decadent and made with all-natural ingredients and the classic techniques of Europe's finest chocolatiers. Plus, each bar is wrapped with a classic romantic poem. So sweet. Find it at Peppercorn or pretty much any grocery in town.
Canvas tote bag from the Boulder Farmers Market. Just say no to plastic bags forever and carry this colorful bag. Buy it at the Boulder Farmers' Market on Wednesday evenings (through the first Wed. in Oct.) or Saturday mornings. Located on 13th Street between Arapahoe and Canyon.
Farm Fork Food is a cookbook written by Eric Skokan of Black Cat Bistro and Bramble & Hare. It includes recipes inspired by the restaurants and the farm that supplies them. (Both restaurants are temporarily closed due to COVID-19.)
This locally made tea accounts for some of the 100 tea offerings that the Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse provides from around the world.
Pick up Boulder Bourbon from Vapor Distillery, a bottle of Avery Brewing's bottle-aged series, a growler of fresh cider from BOCO Cider, and a bottle (or two) of wine from BookCliff Vineyards or Settembre Cellars. Boulder has a couple dozen breweries, wineries and distilleries to explore. Take home a growler, can or bottle of your favorite.