Coffee, Tea, Food and Drinks in Boulder

What to do in Boulder

This is only a partial selection of our favorite places to eat, drink, or simply hang-out in Boulder.  A complete list would fill a whole web site.

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Trident Booksellers and Cafe

An old favorite shop for coffee and tea lovers alike.  The Trident has been a favorite since the 1970’s, and hasn’t changed much over the years. Great Tea selection also. Always a favorite place to be. Address:  940 Pearl (1 1/2 block West of Pearl St Mall):

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Boxcar Coffee Roasters

Coffee is the specialty, and their coffee is very special.  Using a 1929 German roaster, as well as specialty coffee presses and coffee making techniques, this place is a great place to meet or to simply sip.  Address: 1825 Pearl St.9Three blocks to the East of Pearl St Mall);

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Cured is a specialty european style cheese, meet, and wine shop.  For lunch, it is a great place to grab a quick sandwich.  Address:  1825 Pearl St. (Just a few blocks to the east of Pearl Street Mall.;

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KASA Sushi

Authentic Japanese and Korean cuisine.  Hi quality sushi, expertly prepared, is their specialty.  Add to that a beautiful restaurant and great service, and you’ll feel like a member of the family in no time.  Address: 1468 Pearl Street (East end of Pearl Street Mall):

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The Med

A great place to have lunch or dinner, or to hang-out with friends at the bar after a day at work or play.  Mediterranean menu has a lot of choice, and the atmosphere is great. Address:  1002 Walnut (Between the StJullian Hotel and RE/MAX Alliance on Walnut):

the Med Boulder



Dushanbe Teahouse

The people of Dushanbe gifted Boulder with this incredible example of artistry and craftsmanship.  The beautiful hand carved and painted structure was shipped by container and assembled in Boulder by the artisans who created it.

Dushanbe is the capital and largest city of Tajikistan. Dushanbe means “Monday” in the Tajik language. It was so named because it grew from a village that originally had a popular market on Mondays.Wikipedia
Population:756,143 (2012)
Area:48.11 mi²
Sources include:UNdata

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