Stopped in to Boulder on a sunny Sunday evening after a hike in Rocky Mountains. Thought we would try our luck with the #1 resto in Boulder. Pearl St was hopping busy and we were not surprised to be told it would be 45 mins. However they could immediately offer full service at the long granite bar, so we went for that, which was fine. The service was efficient and friendly. Curiously six tables remained empty all the time we were eating.
We shared the Brussels sprout starter which was amazing, with nuts and onions. The duck confit was excellent with roasted cauliflower on the side. The pork chop was also very good, charred and spiced on the outside but not overcooked. Portion size was good, neither huge nor scanty.
With one glass of excellent Durango IPA the bill came to $52 which seemed very reasonable for the quality and location .
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