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- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
Great happy hour when a lot of restaurants don't have happy hours.
Fun outside experience with good food
Service was great. Beer was nice and cold. We had Brussels sprouts and wings as an appetizer and they were delicious.
Wonderful place to have a drink and apps or a delicious meal. Service was exceptional and staff very attentive and kind.
Excellent service, great location, good outdoor seating.
This is a great place, but the salad greens were limp and sad. When your entree is a salad, that's a problem. It was a Monday lunchtime, but I'd guess that the greens were probably last in good shape on Saturday. My companion's fries were basically room temperature, even though there were only two parties seated outside. The waitstaff were great, drinks were cold, and everything seemed clean and COVID safe.
I hope this was just an off day because this is a great location I've enjoyed before.
felt safe to meet up with a couple of friends for lunch on the patio. We are all ready to be out and Corner Bar allowed an outdoor setting with enough space from others to be able to relax a little and enjoy good salads and attentive service. Covid precautions in place.
Gluten free calamari! Great ceviche. Nice sandwiches. An affordable Boulderado experience.
Kevin was an exceptional server
Had a great first date there, food and staff were awesome.
To whoever curated the music... that music for the 4 pm seating was NOT conducive to eating and enjoying loved ones... it felt like Walmart. The music did NOT match the food and service level and truly detracted from the experience. You ought to invest in a live jazz trio for the buffet.
I have been coming for the Christmas Buffet for the last several years ; however I, this year it did not meet my expectations and will make other plans next Christmas. I felt that the buffet was overpriced for the fare served.
The hotel is lovely, and I would recommend staying there or having a cocktail there- but the holiday tea is not worth it. The food was lackluster, and didn’t taste fresh. There was copious amounts cinnamon sugar on a tomato ricotta scone, which was odd. The service was good.
The holiday tea was extremely short staffed. We waited well over 10 minutes before we sought out someone to greet us, and even then it took a while. Once seated, it was another 10-12 minutes before a server came to greet us, and for all of this, 20% gratuity was included. The gluten free option was two pieces of white bread cut in half with some egg salad and chicken salad, plus 2 chocolate covered strawberries and one small scone—for $35. Absolutely not worth it, and while the decor was beautiful and the decorations were warm, I left feeling disappointed.
The food was terrible. More fruit would have been good
A wonderful Christmas Buffet that was the highlight of Our Christmas Celebration at the Hotel Boulderado.
Pretty setting but the holiday decorations are getting a bit stale. So were the store bought, boxed cookies served with Christmas Tea! Waiter didn’t pour our tea. No tongs or small spoon in sugar cubes.
The Boulderado Holiday Teas are fantastic, very romantic, and classic. We will probably make it an annual tradition, after having moved back to Colorado this year. -- Steve & Beth Lemanski
Fabulous holiday tea‼️Great food, tea, service, entertainment & ambiance with the very large holiday tree‼️
Nutcracker Christmas Tea wonderful memories with granddaughters and the start of a new tradition!
I love high tea at the Boulderado. It’s my favorite holiday event!
We were disappointed in this year's tea. Service was very slow (I had to send my pot of tea back because it was cold), and the food was merely adequate. The setting was gorgeous, as always, and the entertainment was delightful.
Teddy Bear Tea
This review is for the special Thanksgiving Buffet dinner held in the conference area of the hotel. We were one of the last seatings of the day and were in the smaller of two rooms. It was a pleasant setting, the hotel itself was festive, the conference area/buffet was well laid out and the table settings and decor were nice. There was a live guitar player that added to the ambiance and we enjoyed his playing. The buffet itself was nicely organized and the addition and use of ice sculptures to decorate the buffet and serve shrimp and crab claws was really nifty.
The food was fine. There were several selections for the main protein and the beef tenderloin was very good. The side dishes were copious, however I would have liked a few more green vegetable options.
All in all it was a nice option to have in a year when I was not able to cook for myself.
Thanksgiving was served in the Conference Center - no atmosphere. The buffet was very tired. The service was indifferent at best. Really disappointing.
We had Thanksgiving brunch with friends at Boulderado. We had come for three years in a row and this year noticed a difference in food and number of people attending. This time around we weren't impressed with the food; It was good but nothing outstanding. I remember the first year, the menu was much better and they had a variety of dishes and desserts. We felt this time around was very limitted. We also noticed the crowd was much smaller. We were thinking to spend New Years Eve at the hotel this year as well but the only option is the Gran Gala for $230 per person and looking at the menu, it does not seems to be very different from what we got at Thanksgiving so definitely I wouldn't pay that kind of money on New Years Eve.
I went to the Thanksgiving buffet and was disgusted by the whole thing. The options on the buffet were very limited. Nothing that you couldn't get at a homeless shelter on Thanksgiving and the service was terrible too. Our waiter, who I thought was a bit cocky, asked if we would be ordering more drinks during the meal after we had given our first drinks order. We weren't so sure at that point and replied probably not. He responded by bringing us the check with our drink order. So within five minutes of arriving before we had even visited the buffet our check was on the table which totally ruined the ambiance and made us feel rushed, and of course nobody knows how many drinks they will want at the beginning of a holiday meal and people did change their minds during the meal but decided it wasn't worth the hassle. I asked someone there why we were given our check so early and they said it was a policy to give the check at the beginning of the meal if people thought that they might not order more so our waiter would know not to approach our table! That is the sort of service I would expect in a fast food place not a special event that costs nearly $90 a head by the time you throw in service fees and tax, and they were far from being short staffed too.
I went to the Boulderado Christmas buffet. The food was excellent, the staff was great, very friendly and helpful. The tables had beautiful flowers and the ice sculpture was beautiful. All around great.
I've been to the Christmas tea and the food is usually good (not great). But this was terrible. Desserts and tea were ok. But the rest were truly awful. Dried cold grilled cheeses. Bread and ham on other sandwiches dried and almost unsafe looking. Deviled eggs that looked like they had been out forever. Hot dogs wrapped in puff pastry which were worse than what you can get at the grocery store freezer section - but were the only thing my kid liked...course they were the only edible thing so they promptly ran out and my kid had only one little two inch piece - no more available. $67 for this. I expected much more from the Boulderado. McDonalds and Chuck E Cheese would have been better food...
For the cost of the Halloween tea event , 15 minutes for tea to arrive and then having a buffet and not have it at your table was disappointing. Food was not that good given the price. Will not recommend or return.
The value just isn’t there. The food was okay, but not for $65/person. They charged us $40 for my 2 year old daughter. We’ll skip next year.
Waiter was never around to clean table and to be able to order drinks.
Mother's Day Brunch at the Hotel Boulderado has become a family tradition. It is very special to see grandma, great grandma, and little grand-daughters all dressed up for the occasion. The atmosphere is family-elegant and the buffet is extensive and very well done. T
We enjoyed the Mother's Day brunch immensely. We loved the quiet atmosphere.
Great service. Subpar food, terrible location within the hotel’s secluded, windowless and dark events center.
Not what we expected. Buffet style and the food was okay.
I would recommend this place to anyone. We wanted a special Easter brunch and decided we don't mind paying the $65 + over 20 % gratuity if its good food and good service. We were very didsapointed with every thing. For the 6 of us the was $500 a little steap for dry fish,cold and undercooked beef and lamb. We constantly had to search for someone to find for a glass of water . We could have had a wider selection of meats and dessert and a little better quality for the price. The ambiance was not that great either. I will never go back there again it's totally a rip off.
We have enjoyed the Thanksgiving Dinner at the Hotel Boulderado. This time, we went for Easter Brunch and will not return next year. Upon arrival they seated us (4 adults and 2 tiny children ) at a table for 12. It felt super awkward so we asked to be seated at a smaller table to we could actually talk to each other. The hostess seemed annoyed at the request, but seated us at smaller, more comfortable table for 6. The hotel is charming and lovely, but the event room where we were seated feels like a cheap wedding reception. Although the servers in the buffet area were very nice and helpful, the table service was mediocre. We waited at least 20 minutes for champagne/beer refills, and had to wait even longer for dirty dishes to be cleared. The food was very good, but not necessarily $65 per plate plus an automatic 22% gratuity good. I would suggest changing your policy on charging $25 for a 4 year old child who eats a piece of waffle and some fruit; it quite literally leaves a very bad taste in your mouth. For that reason alone, we will not return.
Easter Sunday brunch was terrific. Great food (both quality and selection).
Room full of families with little girls in their Easter finery (AND HATS!).
Little boys in unaccustomed collared shirts & jackets.
Noise level was, given the ages involved, up there.
Recommend most highly. We have had Thanksgiving there, and other
It was yummy. Overall, a great time. Food mostly. I enjoyed driving ten minutes to brunch! Gorgeous venue. A fun time for us.
Corner Bar offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (303) 442-4880.
Corner Bar is rated 4.5 stars by 156 OpenTable diners.
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