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Boulder was named America's Foodiest Town by Bon Appétit, and downtown's Pearl Street was ranked among Food & Wine's 10 Best Foodie Streets in America.
The town's noted culinary culture is fueled by its proximity to fertile farmlands, local artisan food producers and a thriving craft beer industry. Burgeoning wine and spirits industries are quickly making a mark on Boulder's food-and-drink landscape, as well.
You could make an entire vacation out of tasting Boulder's food scene, but here are just a few ideas to get you started. Plus, check out these new Boulder restaurants so you'll be up on the latest when you come to town!
The Cocktail Element menu at Salt allows you to mix and match your preferred ingredients to create a signature drink. Who knew you were such a good mixologist?
Frasca Food and Wine is one of Boulder's culinary landmarks, earning a James Beard award. Splurge for dinner here or save a little at Pizzeria Locale, a gourmet pizzeria next door that's run by the same folks.
Nestled in the pines high above the beautiful Boulder Valley is the city's gastronomic granddaddy, Flagstaff House, a Wine Spectator Grand Award winner that promises excellence.
Food trucks park it at the Rayback Collective, and so should you. It's a cool, food truck park that has a party-like atmosphere, indoor and outdoor seating, yard games, a stage for live music and great food.
Avery Brewing's taproom allows you to sample several scrumptious suds that can only be had on site. How about the spiced-just-right Chai Brown or the passion fruit-infused Belgian-style Lilikoi Kepolo?
Gluten free, vegan, organic ... whatever your idea of healthy, clean eating is, Shine Restaurant has a delicious version of it on their menu — plus their own beers on tap. It hardly gets more Boulder than that.