Boulder Downtown Restaurants

boulder restaurant centroHaving the opportunity to choose from so many fine Boulder restaurant choices can be a curse rather than a blessing. Downtown Boulder restaurants come in so many shapes and sizes, and the Boulder restaurant scene is awash with just about any taste and budget you may throw at it.

However, being the decisive one that I can be, it’s often easy for me to pick my favorites, even if that is an ever-changing list. Let’s explore some choices though…

Boulder restaurant Centro Patio diningAnother great part of my job is introducing newcomers to Boulder, and giving dining and entertainment guidance to them. Call, text or email me if you’re ready to talk about what’s happening in Boulder, or heck, if you have an opinion or suggestion on a local establishment I should check out, call,text or email me about it. I’d love to hear from you and maybe I’ll even do a new video business profile for them.

boulder restaurant Hapa SushiIn the last several years, a couple of local restaurants that I’ve gravitated back to over and over again are Centro which is just west of the old Boulder Daily Camera Building. It has a reasonably priced, and very interesting Central American influenced menu. I stopped in there with my videographer, Dan Knudson just not too long ago.

Another local favorite that even my kids have continued to be excited about is Hapa. Hapa is on the Pearl Street mall, about where the old New York Deli used to be. (That’s the place where Mork and Mindy hung out). Hapa is a fusion of Japanese sushi and Japanese food choices  along with a Hawaiian influenced selections. Try the Chukka Seaweed Salad.

hapa sushi restaurant boulderA bunch of old high school pals are converging on Boulder in September and the consensus seemed to be that The Kitch on west Pearl was a good spot to gather. It’s another great choice. Add to that Brasserie 1010 (commonly called “The Bistro” by some friends of mine from Seattle), The Med (also on west Walnut St.), Zolo Grille at the Village, Q’s in the Boulderado, and several others worth exploring. I’ll have more great recommendations in my upcoming neighborhood guide.

In the meantime, if you, or someone you know is planning a move, won’t you please consider calling, texting, or emailing me today so that we can start collaborating on those plans?

Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor® and EcoBroker® at RE/MAX Alliance Boulder

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