Serving “inspired Asian street food,” the Ginger Pig is woman-owned (yes!) by the passionate and wonderful Natascha Hess. The Boulder-based food truck serves inventive food with love and compassion, packed with intense flavor and vibrant spices.
Recently opened in Denver’s Union Station neighborhood, by power-couple, Phil Dumontet and Alexa Squillaro, Whole Sol’s small, chic, superfood restaurant serves up inventive smoothie bowls, juices, snacks, and toasts, packed with flavor and nutrition.
From my favorite local trails, to the best hidden breakfast burrito, to the best patios, to my favorite sushi, and more – these are my favorites around Longmont, Colorado. Eat and drink your way through these wonderful local businesses.
Just BE Kitchen’s menu in Denver is gluten, grain and refined Sugar Free (and they’re 99% dairy free). Opened in April of 2017, they’ve been going strong for a year and have just expanded their hours to be open for dinner. Their menu supports any allergy or food preference, while still serving delicious and hearty food.
Stem Ciders goes big by opening Acreage, a 30,000 square-foot space that sits on a 12-acre hilltop with mountain views in Lafayette, CO. Part cider-house, part wood-fired, gluten-free restaurant, and part production facility – it has a little something for everyone as they rapidly expand and give back to their community.
Peel Handcrafted Pizza in Frederick, CO wows with off the beaten path location with their simple, rustic, dishes that support local and the burgeoning community they reside in.