We have had the pleasure of dining at The Kitchen on several occasions, but it had been over a year since our last visit... until last night. The Kitchen's menu can be intimidating if your aren't a foodie or professional chef, but the staff is more than happy to answer any of your questions. Their bar menu is extensive with craft brews, custom cocktails, and lots of wine. I tried the ginger sazerac which was very delicious... I only wish I had a cigar to pair it with. My husband tried the house special, or Geoff's pour, called the Ski Guatemala which was cleverly served hot in a tea cup, perfect for thawing out from the brutal winter nights.
I have a tendency to order the richest meal on the menu and so I ordered the cassoulet made with duck and sausage, so yummy! My favorite aspect of The Kitchen is their efforts to source all the food locally, and give back to Boulder with special events for fund raising and 20% of the community hour (happy hour) profits going towards building community gardens at schools.
Located right on Pear street, The Kitchen is a must visit if you are in town. The only downfall is the expense of eating here...
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