Megan is a Boulder food blogger who has traveled extensively throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and Central and South America. She moved to Boulder to earn a Masters degree in Educational Foundations, Policy, and Practice from CU Boulder. Megan has lived in Boulder for ten years and enjoys the farm-to-table approach to home cooking. She’s always cooking something, and A Bolder Table can catch you up on her latest creations (or, more likely her chef-husband’s latest creations). Megan is an active member of Les Dames d’Escoffier and writes for the food and drink section of The Boulder Weekly. She is also fluent in Spanish, so don’t hesitate to practice Spanish with her if she’s your guide on tour.
Meagan (#2) is a food writer from Texas who moved to Boulder, and jumped right into the local food scene writing for Eat Drink Boulder and guiding tours with Local Table Tours. Between the two of them, you’re very likely to have a Me(a)gan as a guide if you’re on tour in Boulder.
Natalie is a longtime Boulder resident who could almost be called a native. Growing up in her mother’s bakery, she developed her sweet tooth at a young age when she regularly sampled popular treats. Together with her mother and aunt, she published “From the Bakery of Afternoon Tea: Book of Pies” and a follow-up cakes edition for Amazon Kindle. Her penchant for delectable cuisine led her to Local Table Tours, where she takes guests around town to favorite restaurants among locals (including herself). When she isn’t guiding a tour, you can find her vegetable garden or in the kitchen cooking (if she isn’t already at some delicious happy hour around town).
Joanna has lived in Colorado since 1993 and loves sharing the wonderful places Boulder has to offer. Her appreciation of food comes from her mom, who is an excellent Polish cook, and a love of wine discovered after studying abroad in Paris. She enjoys biking, hiking, eating and drinking her way around the world. Her cuisine experiences range from wine and bike tours in Italy, Chile, California, and New Zealand amongst others, all the way to making chocolate from scratch and eating palm weevil larvae in the jungles in Ecuador.
Featured Restaurants and Local Businesses
We are continually adding more featured restaurants, coffee shops, bars, and specialty foodie hot spots, and tours will vary to highlight the specials from as many of our locally owned and operated restaurants and food merchants as possible. Click here to see our growing list of featured restaurants and merchants.