Hey Honeys!

It’s early in the morning and I can’t sleep so I’m going to start my day by telling you about a really cool and interesting restaurant I went to last week.

It was very upscale, but not in the same way Ocean Prime is.

It was unique, and even a bit eclectic.

Another thing making this review different than most of my others is that it was in Boulder, not Denver. I can wholeheartedly say I don’t spend much time there anymore, so it was a refreshing change of scenery.

After eating a Corrida, I may find myself in that neck of the woods more often.

Their menu is made up of Tapas, a few entree’s, and other smallish (but very flavorful) plates.

We decided to just share a bunch of tapas to keep things fun and interesting.

We ordered the Chacuteria, which came with a variety of cured meats, Manchego cheese, and house bread.

We also had the Ensalada which had esoterra greens, summer herb pesto, marconna almonds, red onions, and lemon.

Next, we ordered the Tomates y Melocotones which was burrata, palisade peach, black truffle, heirloom tomato, and purple basil.

We also ordered a Tuna tartar. Honestly, I’ve had way better tuna tartar.

Last, but definitely not least, we ordered the hongos. It was a dish containing king trumpet, blue oyster, morel mushrooms, artichoke, yellow onion, and polenta. The Hongos really stood out to me and was my favorite thing that we had.

It tasted just like alfredo and it had a pleasant Italian feel to it.

The peach burrata was amazing as well. I can’t wait to go back and try the other menu items!

The one thing I will say about the menu is all the names of the dishes are entirely in Spanish which made it a little difficult to order. The service was good and everyone was pretty friendly.

The atmosphere was about as good as it gets with an up-close view of the flatirons.

Overall I would rate this experience a 9/10.

Thanks for reading!

Peace and love.


Tomates y Melocotones
Tuna tartar.