One of the Colorado Front Range's most charming and romantic spots, The Huckleberry welcomes you with warm tea and chai, farm-fresh ingredients and some of the best brunch for miles.
Located just a few miles from Boulder in the heart of downtown Louisville, The Huckleberry is easily spotted on Main Street, with it's bright purple exterior and Victorian-farmhouse feel.
Truly, everything you will taste at The Huckleberry will put a smile on your face. But there are a few items that should be noted.
The Huckleberry's delicious pies — Photo courtesy of The Huckleberry
For breakfast and brunch, the biscuits and gravy is served with sausage or vegetarian mushroom gravy, along with eggs and potatoes. This savory dish may, or may not, put your grandmother's biscuits and gravy to shame.
For south-of-the-border lovers, the huevos rancheros packs a punch, with two eggs any style, house green chili, black beans, pico, rice, asadero cheese, avocado and crispy tortilla.
For lunch, it's highly recommended that you try one of The Huckleberry's out-of-this-world burgers, which offer grass-fed, humanely raised beef options. The black and blue burger will fill you right up with blackened seasonings, melted bleu cheese and caramelized onions.
Prefer lighter options? Try the Southwestern chicken wrap, with spicy grilled chicken breast that's wrapped in a spinach tortilla with fresh avocado, lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, corn cilantro salsa and a chipotle mayonnaise. Or go for the Greek salad, complete with greens, hummus, olives, feta, red onion, artichoke hearts, cucumber, pita and red wine vinaigrette.
The Huckleberry's known for their made-to-order pies. You can order them in a variety of flavors, and they're sure to please. The famous Huckleberry Ding-Dong is a scrumptious treat. Their milkshakes and pumpkin cheesecake are also worth indulging in.
The Huckleberry Ding-Dong, a favorite dessert at this Louisville restaurant — Photo courtesy of The Huckleberry
If you have a sweetie, kiddo or just someone special in your life, Afternoon Tea is a wonderful treat. This is a charming experience for all and offers a table dressed with beautiful linens, pastries and tea sandwiches, in a British tea-style setting. Children's tea parties are a great way to celebrate birthdays, and this event is definitely recommended for a Mother's Day gift.
After you've stuffed yourself to the brim at this local gem, walk main street for window shopping, stop into Louisville's newest local brewery or – during the spring, summer and fall months – stop into the local farmer's market for fresh produce and local, handcrafted wares.
With all that The Huckleberry has to offer, you're sure to leave Louisville full, charmed and delighted.