The expansive culinary scene in Boulder, Colorado offers an impressive selection of delicious cuisines, drinks, and desserts; visitors and new residents may find themselves overwhelmed with the numerous dining options. Luckily, Local Table Tours can help you navigate through the city’s various restaurants with guided group tours lead by local foodies and professional food bloggers. Whether you are vacationing in Boulder this summer or just a longtime resident looking for new eateries to explore, you can traverse the city’s diverse food culture with the aid of Local Table Tours.
Summer Sipper Cocktail Tasting Tour
In addition to its Friday Happy Hour program, Local Table Tours will also be hosting a special summer event to help you discover Boulder’s tastiest seasonal drinks. Every week the Summer Sipper Cocktail Tasting Tour will visit a rotating selection of three different local bars, where guests will try the bartender’s choice cocktail at each spot.
The 21 and over Summer Sipper tours are held Thursdays from 4-6pm and admission is $40 per person.
Farmers’ Market Tour
In addition to discovering the city’s most refreshing cocktails, Local Table Tours can also help you find fresh, local produce and delicious handcrafted foods. Tours of the Saturday Farmers’ Market are great for visitors curious about local eats and Boulderites interested in a guided shopping experience. Contact Local Table Tours for more information about this event.
A Taste of Boulder Food Tour
While Local Table Tours hosts various events, you can always expect a small group of about 5-10 people and a knowledgeable guide with an insider’s scoop on the tastiest treats in town. This intimate setup is perfect for touring the finest restaurants and food retailers in Downtown Boulder.
A Taste of Boulder Food Tour will guide you through Pearl Street’s numerous culinary spots, including stops into a few different food specialty shops and restaurants where attendees will enjoy two main courses and dessert. The dining establishments rotate on these weekly tours, but past stops have included Pizzeria Locale, The Kitchen Next Door, and Aji.
Admission is $75 per person and tours are open to all ages. Local Table Tours also hosts private restaurant events if you are looking for a more personalized experience.
Megan Bucholz, who founded the company, was also in charge of putting together this year’s Boulder Passport. The pocket-sized booklet is your seasonal pass to try over 40 different drinks at eateries around the city, many of which coincide with the restaurants on her tours. So whether you are new to Boulder, or a local looking for a fun way to eat out and discover new spots this summer, Local Table Tours has got you covered.