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Mountains aren't the only attractions in this retreat at the base of the Flatirons. Music festivals, open-air farmers' and art markets, street performers and museums are just a few of the attractions to draw you. Summer in Boulder boasts the Colorado Shakespeare Festival and, in the wintertime, you can head indoors for the Boulder International Film Festival. But don't neglect the mountains, hiking and majestic scenery abounds and can be accessed year-round. Then once night falls on the city be ready to get down at their expansive selection of pubs, clubs, and late night hot spots.


Bars and Date Spots:


Sushi Zanmai
1221 Spruce St
Boulder, CO 80302

This high-energy sushi bar and Japanese restaurant transforms a simple meal into an adventurous spectator event. Watch as flashy Japanese chefs prepare your meal hibachi style or at the sushi bar. The contemporary setting is spacious and designed in neutral tones, natural woods, and traditional Japanese face-masks line the walls. Karaoke and nightly sushi happy hours add to the boisterous atmosphere. As an added bonus, the service is exceptional; hot towels are served at the beginning of each meal in true Eastern fashion and the service staff are knowledgeable as well as enthusiastic about the menu options. Be sure to ask about their delicious dumpling appetizers and start off with warm miso soup.


Connor O'Neills
1922 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80302

This lively and feisty traditional Irish pub is one of the most exciting ways to spend and evening in downtown Boulder. Lagers, Ciders, Ales, and Stouts abound, including Guinness on tap because what Irish pub is complete without it? In addition, several tasty micro-brews are available. Need some grub while you're at the pub? Conor O'Neill's Corned Beef Reuben made with lean corned beef eye round piled high on marbled rye with melted Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and Thousand Island dressing, is sure to satisfy but, if you need something lighter, try the Veggie Wrap Hummus complete with fire roasted pepper hummus, fresh vegetables, olives, and feta cheese in a tortilla wrap. Weekly live music is a staple at Conor O' Neills and includes slots for collaborative bluegrass picking'.


Avery Brewing Company
5763 Arapahoe
Boulder, CO

Hands down, one of the best taprooms you'll ever visit; Avery Brewing Company offers an escape from the bars and pubs of downtown. The cozy, warm atmosphere immediately invites you to snuggle up with your honey, cheers with your friends, or just relax solo and sip in some solitude. A few of their signature brews include the hoppy India Pale Ale, the light Belgian-style White Rascal, and the nutty, savory, Elle's Brown Ale. Moreover, Avery features and rotates various selections on nitro and, though their taproom doesn't currently make food in-house, they can (and will happily) run across the lot to grab some delicious food from a local catering company with which they have a special agreement. We're guessing, beer for food.


The Walnut Brewery
1123 Walnut St
Boulder, CO 80302

A favorite after-work hangout, this spacious microbrewery is located in an historic warehouse a block from Pearl Street. Multiple television sets broadcast sporting events. The drink menu features handcrafted brews, including root beer, ales, and stouts. The menu features Asaigo-artichoke cheese dip and tomato basil quesadillas to start and such delectables as brick-oven pizza, smoked chicken enchiladas, and brown ale-battered smoked fish and chips to follow. For the main event, some of their yummy brews include, the Special Dark, Indian Peaks Pale Ale, Old Elk Brown Ale, and St. James Irish Red Ale. Since you're already in the downtown area of Boulder, starting or ending.


West End Tavern
926 Pearl St
Boulder, CO 80302

West End's motto of "Definitely Not Your Daddy's Tavern" rings true. Take in a beautiful Rocky Mountain sunset or enjoy an evening under the stars on the cozy rooftop patio at this popular and local spot. The interior is comfortably designed with brick and natural wood. The menu burgers, wings, and other traditional pub fare are exceptional. But let's get to the exciting parts. The West End prides itself on turning its staff and patrons into beer geeks by featuring unique and rare craft beers. Need something with more punch? This tavern-done-right features the largest bourbon list in Colorado including 75 varieties and 4 single barrel bourbons.


Boulder Brewing Company
2880 Wilderness Pl
Boulder, CO 80302

This pub is Colorado's original microbrewery and produces the finest handcrafted brews using only natural ingredients. Sample the award-winning beers and witness the brewing process in action. The American menu features burgers, fries, fish and chips, and other pub favorites. Try a Boulder Porter milkshake for dessert. Free tours are offered Mondays to Fridays at 2pm and live music can be seen throughout the week. Moreover, in the spirit of giving back, Boulder Beer Company hosts several charity beer festivals per year. Some of their most notable beers include the Planet Porter, Mojo Risin', Single-track, Buffalo Gold and the oak aged Oatmeal Stout, Obovoid.


The Attic
949 Walnut Street
Boulder, CO

The Attic offers excellent pub fare, dancing, and karaoke every week. Local bands keep the atmosphere hopping and a hardwood dance floor, offering seating during the day, is cleared for all of your dancing escapades in the evening. Take a break and enjoy their free pool tables or grab a drink at their ornate and fully stocked bar. Famous for The Fat Albert, ask for this purple concoction that packs quite a punch if you need a little encouragement getting to the dance floor. A variety of music is represented at this Boulder favorite, so you the dancing machine within you is sure to be satisfied.


The Walrus Saloon
1911 11th Street
Boulder, CO 80302

The Walrus Saloon offers a unique, subterranean feeling in the heart of downtown Boulder. With live music, killer drink specials, and Reggae night you're sure to have a ball at The Walrus. A variety of local DJs frequent the Walrus to bring you the best of their jams and the open floor allows for plenty of room to get jiggy-wit-it. Weekly Reggae nights invite you to let out your inner Rastafarian featuring eclectic artists from all over the world, including the Sudan, Ghana, and Zimbabwe. So lively up yourself, Bob Marley style, and dance to the rhythms of the Walrus.


Round Midnight
1005 Pearl St
Boulder, CO 80302


As the name suggests, the night at this downstairs Pearl Street club kicks off starting at 10pm but doesn't hit high gear until "round midnight." Live music is featured on the weekends and includes acid jazz, funk, rock, hip-hop, Latin, and reggae. A DJ keeps things hopping during the week. The extensive beverage menu features more than 50 varieties of single malt scotches and more than 40 beers to give you that shot of liquid courage. There's no cover charge, the drinks are rumored to be strong, and the atmosphere is alive and kicking into the wee hours of the morning.

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