Chautauqua Dining Hall
Boulder, CO 80303
Chautauquas -- cultural and self-improvement centers -- were hot properties in the nineteenth century, but only three remain in the entire country, including the Boulder Chautauqua, founded in 1898. The 26-acre campus is centered on a grand Victorian dining hall, featuring great views of the Flatirons and a menu of American standards. It sits at the base of the Flatirons, Boulder's favorite natural playground, which makes it an ideal location for post-exercise beers and sliders. And given Chautauqua's status as a popular spot to propose, you'll often spot just-engaged (and thrifty) couples lovingly embracing over celebratory martinis.
Tips from foursquare
The veranda is heated! Great for breakfast on cool mornings.
Double check your bill here...they sometimes have computer "issues" that will add a couple extra dollars to you bill. The food needs help. Very bland and disappointing. :(
Good soy chai at the bar
The garden burger and the buffalo reuben are both fantastic. (How's that for both ends of the spectrum?)
Fun place. The shrimp and grits were delicious.
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