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East Boulder

With a little bit more distance from the mountains and some additional room to spread out, East Boulder enjoys slightly lower real estate costs, which has created an innovative culture we’ve heard called the “Brooklyn of Boulder.” The growing tech and bioscience industries here help fuel progressive, chef-driven restaurants — plus coffee shops, breweries, distilleries and wineries — amid winding bike trails and stunning wetlands.

Goose Creek Greenway

Things to Do

  • Dine at Top Chef champion Hosea Rosenberg’s restaurant: Blackbelly Market, which is recommended by MICHELIN and earned their green star for sustainability.


Ride the JUMP Bus

The JUMP bus runs an easy route up and down Arapahoe Road, which is a great way to get to and from East Boulder. The Transit app will give you real-time updates and help you plan your trip.

Photo by Gwen Gray

Mary Williams Fine Art

Explore Boulder's Liquid Arts

East Boulder is dotted with inventive distilleries, breweries and wineries where you can discover your new favorite beer, wine or spirit.

More Things to Do

With space to spread out, East Boulder is teaming with outdoor activities, movement studios, performing arts groups and more to fill your itinerary with experiences you shouldn't miss. 

Where to Eat

East Boulder has so much to savor. Concentrated around the Arapahoe Rd. and 55th St. area, you'll find everything from MICHELIN award winners to humble taco stands.  

Where to Stay

Rest your head in complete comfort in these peaceful East Boulder accommodations.