Located in the heart of Boulder, famous Pearl Street is a whimsical delight in this mountain town. Prepare yourself for exceptional food, local microbreweries, theaters, art exhibits, festivals galore, and plenty of shopping to assist you in dropping. Lively coffee shops, bars, and pubs abound.
See & Do
This beautiful Art Deco theater was built in 1906 as an opera house and was later converted to a movie theater. Today, it's one of the city's finest venues for live music, independent films, and community events. Boulder Theater has concerts that draw everything from local jazz bands to international performers and speakers. "E-Town," an NPR program focusing on entertainment and the environment, broadcasts from here as well.
Locally owned and operated by three spunky and innovative sisters, SHINE Restaurant and Gathering Space offers the perfect venue for building community, mingling, getting down to some local music, or just relaxing with a much needed cocktail at the end of the day.
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.
Boulder Mountain Lodge lives up to its name by giving you easy access to Flatirons fishing, rock-climbing, hiking, snow-shoeing, and cross country skiing. The lodge literally places you right between the downtown area of Boulder and the great outdoors of Colorado. So, you can have the best of both worlds while visiting this mountain town.
Peppercorn is a unique stop for all of your cooking, entertaining, and dining needs. Flatware, wine glasses, spatulas, skillets, and just about every other tool that you could possibly need to craft the perfect meal can be found in abundance. Not to mention, spices, coffees, chocolates, and decorations can be found lining Peppercorn's colorful shelves.