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Our locally owned restaurant offers a refreshing collection of Seasonal American Cuisine in an intimate and contemporary setting. Our seasonally changing menu emphasizes our creativity and passion for using the freshest ingredients possible and supporting local growers and ranchers. Join us for a memorable evening of delicious food with friends. In addition to our warm and inviting dining rooms, we have outdoor seating on our patios when weather permits. We can accommodate your next group function and can help you with a personalized menu for your event. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Longmont, CO 80501
Contemporary American, Fusion / Eclectic, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 9:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Our building has a private lot with parking surrounding the entire building with a circular drive. Additional parking is located on the west and north sides of the building.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Sugarbeet Ratings and Reviews
We have enjoyed Sugarbeet several times before we signed on for Valnetine's Day" SPecial Menu"; at $60 per person. My husband had the exat meal ( cheese toast appetizer, filet and chocolate dessert ) that we paid regular price for when it was not Valentine's Day. I had Bouillabaisse with three sea scallops and they weren't cooked thoroughly; made me queasy and I didn't eat entire meal. All in al, a disappointment. Doubt we will return again.
Sugarbeet has been a favorite over the past 5 years. When I heard the ownership had changed and read a negative review, I was a bit concerned. There were 6 of us, there to celebrate 2 birthdays passed 60. We all were delighted with the meal - from beginning to end. We all ordered different main dishes, and each person was delighted with their meal. We enjoyed deserts and coffee. The service was courteous, engaging and helpful. Thank you from all of us!
Having been to Sugarbeet before, we were all eagerly anticipating dining there again. This time, however, the quality of the food had noticeably gone downhill. Seriously downhill. The "cauliflower mash" was watery and flavorless, the roasted carrots were tough and flavorless. The steaks lacked an adequate sear, and were undercooked. On top of that, the (new) servers seemed pretty down at the mouth and unenthusiastic. We were all disappointed with our meals, and had to send a warm caesar salad back. The "sizzling shrimp" appetizer, though, was wonderful.
I found out last night that Sugarbeet recently changed hands, and that may explain the lackluster food we were served. We definitely won't be planning any further celebratory (and pricey) dinners here - maybe come for happy hour, but that's it. I hate when that happens.
My husband and I love this restaurant. It is now our "go-to" when we want to treat ourselves to a wonderful meal. We always walk away swooning! Longmont is really so lucky to have this wonderful restaurant. I love the location. it is so unexpected and fun. also, high-five to Gaudi, our server, you are awesome, and my apologies if I spelled that wrong.
We had a delightful evening. The food was excellent and the presentation beautiful. We are big fans of Ari and Ben and wish them great success! We will add Sugar Beet to our list of favorites. It is the only restaurant in Longmont worth the drive from Boulder!
We had a lovely meal with old friends who were visiting from California. From our arrival to our exit we were treated warmly and were not rushed. We chose this restaurant because Longmont looked like a good mid distance location for us to meet and Sugarbeet sounded like the best choice in town. We were not disappointed!
The Sugar Beet never disappoints, everything was delicious and perfect. Our server was very knowledgeable regarding the cuisine and drinks. For example my husband was looking for a ‘spicy’ wine to go with his meal and she nailed the suggestion. We will be back.
We have dined at Sugar Beet as long as they have been in business. We have always found that the main course was very tasty and we always brought guests to the Sugar Beet. The main course this past week was not up to their normal standards. The crab cakes were half the size and the quality of the crab cakes were awful. They tasted like cardboard and our scallops were not nearly as good as they normally are. It had been about 2 months since we had dined at the Sugar Beet, not sure if they have had a change in chefs or why the main course quality was less than stellar. The wait staff was very efficient, knowledgeable and seemed to enjoy waiting on our table. Our appetizers were delicious as was the beet salad.
When we first arrived the hostess was going to seat us in the front room next to a table of 15 men. We were not happy and she arranged for us to sit in the main room even tho It was very full. It made all the difference in our evening. Great service. Food was very good, too!
Visited Sugarbeet while on business. Very well priced for Excellent food. Service was fantastic. Got the Bistro steak the first night, and then the Ahi Tuna the second time. Great value for good portion sizes. I regret not having dinner here every night of my stay :D
The service was exceptional and for this reason I might come back, if I had a guest who expected nothing but the best. The food was creative but below expectations. I had the special of the night, trout, and it was nearly raw in the center. It was served on a very skimpy "side" of mashed potatoes and odd-tasting veggies (tasted like celery, which I don't like). Our table was not in the cozy part of the restaurant. A big business group showed up after us and they were very loud.
Quite a bit disappointed at this visit to Sugar Beet. Not our first time there so perhaps we expected more than we got this time. Service was great, very friendly, attentive but not over bearing wait staff. Kate was our waitress and did a tremendous job. Always feel the room is a bit cool and that night was no exception. My husband had oysters which were okay, I had a nice green salad, but under-dressed which is unusual for any restaurant. The bread they bring is really really good. I ordered the rib eye steak which was the special and was disappointed, no only in the quality of the steak, but in the way it was prepared. Very over done for the way I ordered it. And not as tender as it should have been. Flavor was rather bland. Husband had the scallops which were seared well, but of course got cold before he finished. The wine was excellent. Not sure we will go back there for a while, or at least I will not order beef there. Not their specialty it seems.
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