We're honored that you'll be visiting us here in beautiful Boulder.
You may have already gathered that you’re in for a treat. Get ready for some epic views, people watching, and unforgettable meals.
There’s a lot to chose from, so our hospitality and culinary experts have put together this guide to help you curate your amazing stay in Boulder.
The St. Julien hotel is just three blocks from our office. It's a classic with a spa, dining, and a warm and hospitable vibe.
900 Walnut Street / 720.406.9696
Get a feel of the historical West at this 1909 Boulder original, just a few blocks from our office.
2115 13th Street / 303.442.4344
At 2550 Canyon Boulevard, the Residence Inn has everything a business traveler could ever want.
2250 Canyon Boulevard / 303.577.7300
This newer hotel is just a couple of miles away from us and won’t let you down.
2280 Junction Place / 303.442.0160
We have preferred rates with these hotels. Contact Stef at email@example.com and she'll get you set up.
This OG farm-to-table eatery by Chef Kimbal Musk delivers a sense of community through good food and drink. Try the tasting menu to indulge in the chef's favorite flavors of the season.
1039 Pearl Street / 303.544.5973
Inspired by traditional pizzerias in Naples, Italy, Pizzeria Alberico creates simple and authentic pizzas with fresh ingredients. Not your average pizza, get ready to fall in love with the vibe at this Bobby Stuckey creation.
1730 Pearl Street / 303.442.3003
Top Chef winner and longtime friend of SRG Hosea Rosenberg is redefining the meaning of sustainable local and seasonal dining. Creating delicious food “from source to plate” is his passion at this butcher shop, market, and restaurant a little jaunt from the downtown scene.
1606 Conestoga Street / 303.247.1000
Blending Colorado's rustic roots with Boulder's hip, modern dining scene, this local hot spot features delicious, unique seasonal plates. We love a seat at the bar watching the wood-fired oven do its magic.
1400 Pearl Street / 303.444.3622
A local food hall with eight options to dine at featuring locally sourced ingredients, craft cocktails, a rooftop with mountain views, live music on Tuesdays, and a dance hall on the weekends, this location has something for everyone at any hour of the day.
1109 Walnut Street
Farm-to-table doesn’t get any more literal than at this leading light in Boulder’s food scene. Everything on the menu comes straight from Chef Eric Skokan’s farm just outside of town. Every day is a different rustic 3-course prix fixe based on the daily harvest.
1970 13th Street / 303.444.9110
Long-time SRG Culinary Council member, Chef Daniel Asher leads up this Pearl Street Mall gem where vibrant Mediterranean food meets the Colorado Foothills.
1043 Pearl Street / 303.993.5286
River and Woods serves up Colorado comfort food from its adorable cabin-esque footprint down on east Pearl Street. This is another Chef Asher project we can't get enough of.
2328 Pearl Street / 303.993.6301
Spanish-inspired chophouse with a focus on regenerative beef ranching that pays homage to our Western cattle culture and its deep Spanish roots.
1023 Walnut Street #400 / 303.444.1333
With a seasonal menu highlighting sustainably farmed meats and produce from Colorado purveyors, this restaurant takes cues from the cuisines of Barcelona and San Sebastian.
1115 Pearl Street / 303.993.8358
Flexibility can be everything. Explore your more than half a dozen culinary options in this huge food hall, grab a beverage at one of two large bars, and indulge in some premium people watching.
1401 Pearl Street / 720.343.7757
Pearl Street Mall
You’ll be in the middle of one of the most storied seats of Boulder’s groovy history, so definitely pop out and poke around. This outdoor pedestrian mall, lined with shops, restaurants, and galleries, is a great place to stroll and shop. Check out Peppercorn and Savory Spice Shop—a chef's paradise!
So. Much. Beer. We’re home to more than 20 craft breweries as well as the national Brewers Association. You could spend an entire day geeking out on the good stuff.
A five-minute drive from our offices, Chautauqua is a national historic landmark, providing a summer arts community, park, music venue, restaurant, and some of the best hiking in Boulder through the majestic Flatirons.
Iconic and somewhat overwhelming. Saturdays and Wednesday afternoons. Sample local farms and artisan foods, or enjoy an unforgettable meal from the food trucks. Can be variable so check their website for hours, etc.
Hike It Off
Enchanted Mesa Trail (easy): 2.5 miles
Mt. Sanitas (moderate): 3.1 miles
Royal Arch (strenuous): 3.2 miles
Bear Peak (strenuous): 7.6 miles
Boulder Creek Path
Only here for a short visit? You can get a sense of the natural beauty of Boulder from even a short walk/bike/jog on this 5.5-mile paved path that spans the plains, the town, and the mountains.
Located just off Pearl Street, the Boulder Theater truly is an iconic, all-around entertainment venue: live music of all genres, film, comedy, spoken word, local TEDx talks, and more.
You’re right next to one of the most beloved national parks in the country. Emerge in the stunning lakes, meadows, and forests. While you’re here, maybe go full Colorado and hike a 14’er?
25 miles southeast of Boulder is the beautiful mile-high city of Denver. Lots of us live in Denver and love it just as much as Boulder. Tour the golden-domed capitol, catch a game, or visit Meow Wolf, the Denver Art Museum, or the Still Museum. End the day at the singular Palace Arms with a Stranahan’s.
Even more than a music venue and park—a rock star in her own right. Located less than an hour from Boulder, catch an unforgettable concert in the naturally occurring amphitheatre, or enjoy the park by bike, foot, or guided tour.
Colorado is the perfect place to explore top-notch Rocky Mountain outdoor sports activities. Head west up into the mountains to try Keystone, Breckenridge, or Vail for a trip you won't soon forget. Don’t disregard them in the warmer months—they are are breathtaking year-round.