Boulder County Restaurant Week has been curated by First Bite Boulder since 2005. It is an annual event designed to showcase the magnificent eats and treats in the area. For ten days, diners are encouraged to try new dishes, visit old favorites, and dig into deliciousness.
Boulder County Restaurant Week takes place from September 30 through October 9. Dozens of restaurants are scheduled to participate, including well-known hotspots and hidden gems. Many will offer prix-fixe menus catered to various hankerings. While most restaurants are located in the city of Boulder, some can be found on the outskirts, as well. Restaurants in Louisville, Lyons, Gunbarrel, Niwot, and Nederland are taking part this year.
The event is mainly focused on dinner fare, but several restaurants will offer lunch options. A handful will offer brunch or breakfast, too.
You can find a list of 2022 participating restaurants on First Bite’s website (as well as menus once they’re published). A few options include Boulder Cork, Dagabi Cucina, Frank’s Chophouse, Japango, OAK at Fourteenth, Spruce Farm and Fish, and 740 Front (the last remaining saloon on Main Street in Louisville).
There are a plethora of options available to sate your appetite, including gluten-free and vegan offerings. To reserve your table, contact your restaurant of choice directly. Reservations have been open since September 1st.
More Options Available
Boulder Restaurant Week now offers more variety than it has in previous years. The event has expanded its list of participating businesses, and menus will come with more diversity. Some restaurants are sticking to traditional multi-course meals while others are offering more standard selections.
This type of dining is more varied, as well, and includes upscale establishments, casual eateries, and pizza joints. That means there’s something for everyone, from the easy-to-please down to the picky child whose main food group is Cheetos.
This fall, let your taste buds lead the way on your journey of indulgence. May your plate runneth over!