Category Archives: Featured Business

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Where to get Breakfast in Boulder- Organic Sandwich Company is our New Hot Spot!

We’re constantly being asked where to find a good breakfast in Boulder, and we’re thrilled to have a new spot in town! Organic Sandwich Company, located on the corner of 16th and Pearl, is expanding their hours to include breakfast starting in February of this year. Among the new breakfast items are made-to-order breakfast sandwiches

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Winter Warmer Trio

The Winter Warmer

The temptation to hibernate is no more! The 2016 Winter Warmer by our friends at The Passport Program is now on sale for Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins. These pocket-sized (and locally printed) books offer 2 for 1 drink specials at some of the best, coziest, and boozy places in each city. Currently, Winter Warmers

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Proper Sushi Etiquette

We had a great time on our downtown Boulder Sushi Crawl, tasting unique rolls at four establishments paired with sake. And, we picked up some proper etiquette along the way. Do not rub your chopsticks together. When not in use they should be placed parallel to yourself on the holder (if there is one) or

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Valentine’s Day Dining in Boulder and Denver

Valentine’s Day falls on a Saturday this year, so there’s really no excuse not to go out. If you’re not sure where to go, we at Local Table Tours compiled a list of some of our favorite date-night dining spots in Boulder and Denver. These aren’t necessarily ranked in any order. Grab a reservation anywhere

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Zeal- Food for Enthusiasts. Three Farms in Three Courses

Zeal has been a great addition to the east end of Pearl Street. Executive Chef Sean Smith, formerly of OAK at Fourteenth, runs a very busy kitchen serving diners who are looking for a healthier dining experience. The organic, non-GMO eatery also partners with Conscious Cleanse by offering daily dishes that are cleanse friendly and

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Cured de France: Enjoy your cycling with cheese.

Just as the World Cup reaches its final days, competitors in another major international sporting event, the Tour de France, begin tearing over mountain passes and through city streets on their bikes. And Cured, Boulder’s premier cheese, charcuterie and wine shop, is helping Tour de France spectators in Colorado celebrate the epic race with food

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