Broomfield, officially the City and County of Broomfield is a consolidated city and county in the U.S. state of Colorado. Broomfield has a consolidated city and county government which operates under Article XX, Sections 10-13 of the Constitution of the State of Colorado. The population was 55,889 at the 2010 United States Census. Broomfield is the 16th most populous municipality and the 13th most populous county in Colorado.
Things to do in Broomfield
4.5 based on 196 reviews
Came here for a business lunch. This is a formal sit-down restaurant, very clean, very neat, very organized. The staff is attentive. The menu isn't large, maybe 20 items, but they make those items to absolute perfection. The spices are flavorful, the meats are just right, the vegetables are cooked but still have a bit of snap to them. They ask the heat level for each dish. The naan tasted like it had been made fresh that day. I've had indian here and in the UK, a couple of my companions had been to India. We all agreed this was top-shelf indian, like you'd find abroad. This place is on my list to return to.
4.5 based on 187 reviews
Early Bird is a chef driven made from scratch breakfast and brunch restaurant.
The food here is so good! Definitely an "outside of the box" approach to breakfast or lunch.
This was our second visit and it was just as good as the first. I appreciate the creative menu, locally sourced or organic ingredients, and delicious coffee! The decor is minimal but expressive. The place can get busy but the team works really hard. We try to go early, around 7am, as I have seen the line out the door in nice weather.
I never considered braised pork a breakfast item until now! Delicious compliment to waffles or eggs. Family friendly and heaps of GF options. I love yummy, wholesome food served in a pleasant atmosphere and it's Early Bird for the win.
4 based on 322 reviews
The ambiance is great, the service is great, and the food is great.
Our party of four ordered three different full dinner entrees, and we each enjoyed our choice.
The menu offers both light meals and full meals, with a full range of choices.
The beer menu needs bolstering, especially when the only stout beer is a Left Hand Milk Stout. I suggest more bolder beers, especially porters and stouts, because I guess the clientele is more mature than the millennial IPA crowd.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
I've eaten here several times with my family and we have a great experience each time. The food is excellent and the staff is friendly. You can tell they take pride in their food. I've also had them cater a couple events and my guests rave about the meat and the sauce. They also support local charities, which I really appreciate. They are just great all around!
4 based on 140 reviews
In everything we do, food is forward in our thoughts. We deliver flawless execution using forward thinking and our core values as the lenses we look through to make decisions related to our service and products. Memories begin with the senses. Everything we have ever heard, touched, smelled tasted and seen is embedded in our consciousness forming our deepest and most desirable experiences. Our mission is to bring those positive sentiments forward through food. We are about being intriguing, indigenous, and independent. We make each dining experience delightful, distinctive and memorable. Flatz Restaurant and Bar gives foresight to making every guest feel special. We are passionate about quality products, meats and seafood, friendly service and good wines. We serve modern American foods in a very comfortable Colorado dining room.
did the buffet which seemed a little overpriced for what you got ($20?), but you could have your eggs or omelette made to order which was good
didn't have dinner there, but i wish there was a more casual option in the hotel--had to walk across the street in the cold to get a take out salad
4 based on 216 reviews
Good food selection for the entire family. Most of our visits are closer to a 5 but this visit was probably only a 3. The food is very tasty although this time the steak was way too seasoned with pepper. It was too over powering for the steak and all we could taste was pepper! Our server was not very attentive. We were luck that Elsa (from the Boulder BJs) was there and sorted it out. She is a great manager. Very hands on and we miss that she is no longer regularly at the Westminster location.
4.5 based on 99 reviews
This is one of our favorite places to go for breakfast. Ample portions, reasonable prices, and good service all add up to an enjoyable experience. Plus, you can't help but relax in the "Happy Days"/50s diner atmosphere. I think we've only had dinner here on Mondays, for the yummy corned beef and cabbage special. Currently (Fall '17) it can be a little tough to get to from the east, what with all the construction for the 120th Ave connector, but don't be dissuaded! You'll be glad you stopped in.
4 based on 324 reviews
If it wasn't for the lack of attentive waitstaff, we would rate this place excellent. The variety of the menu was ideal for those want to customize their plates. I absolutely loved my taco trio with 3 different shells; flour, corn, and lettuce wrapped. Normally I expect an accompanying side of rice and beans to be bland, but here I was impressed to find so much flavor packed into mine, I didn't leave any behind. Our children loved their kids meals and my husband, his spicy burrito.
The restaurant itself had a elegant Mexican vibe with a bar, and a few different options for seating. The bathrooms however, were horribly dirty and hard to go into. The staff were so chatty with each other that many things were forgot or almost ignored so some of our family members had to wait while others ate and a side of sour cream took more than 10 minutes to get. We were also told that since it was our first visit, we would receive a complimentary queso dip with our chips. This queso came out after our food and then added to our bill, so we had to get it corrected. I don't think I would have ordered the queso if it wasn't free, it wasn't as good as everything else.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
This is our go-to place for pizza. Something for everyone: Gluten-free, vegetarian, carnivores alike. Thick, thin, or gluten-free crusts available. You pick your pie, sauce, then move down the line and pick your toppings. Pizza's are individual but quite ample. In about 10 minutes your pizza will be done. Toppings are generous and they have a huge variety. You won't find these types of toppings at conventional pizza joints: roasted garlic, broccoli, banana peppers, artichoke hearts, green and black olives just a to name a few. Sauces are very tasty. You will not be disappointed.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
Very friendly and attentive staff. Food came out right away. Their Mongolian beef was one of the best that I have had. Sushi was pretty good too. We appreciate the complimentary strawberry dessert at the end.
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