The Kitchen

When I first moved to Boulder, everyone recommended The Kitchen and their many various restaurants (The Kitchen Next Door and The Kitchen Upstairs). I was a little hesitate, mostly because I was poor and the menu seemed kind of pricey. Then I discovered their happy hour menus and fell in love with their food. It was simple, clean and the menu was really transparent. The origins of most the food is listed on the menu and it’s mostly local ingredients.

I have eaten at the Kitchen (Upstairs and Next Door) many times, but have never eaten at their Denver location. Thankfully, it was very similar almost identical to the Kitchen in Boulder. Dining at The Kitchen is like dining a family farm, the decor is so earthy and eccentric.

My main reason for dining at the Kitchen is their dessert dish: the Sticky Toffee Pudding; it is the only non-chocolate that I adore. It is the perfect dessert. The cake is spiced beautifully and the brown sugar pecan sauce has so much flavor and provides the perfect amount of crunch. The warm pudding and cold vanilla gelato are a divine combination. If you haven’t tried this dessert, do so immediately, you are missing out on a masterpiece. Seriously, get in your car or a plan and get this dessert. I promise it will not disappoint.

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Sticky Toffee Pudding – $8

kitchen (1 of 1)Marinated Olives – $6

kitchen (1 of 1)-3La Quercia Prosciutto & Burrata Sandwich – $14

kitchen (1 of 1)-4Portobello Sandwich – $11

kitchen (1 of 1)-2Roasted Organic Beet Salad – $11

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