Roadhouse Boulder Depot: A Hip New Restaurant With Links to the Past

Last night my husband, Dave, and I were invited to an event at the Roadhouse Boulder Depot. Built in 1890 as the depot for the Union Pacific Railroad, the Boulder Depot has been moved a number of times around the city, before coming to rest at the new transit station at 2336 Junction Place (near Pearl and 31st). The way this historic structure has been redone is just fantastic! I loved the slightly industrial feel of the exposed I-beams and duct work, the gleaming open kitchen, and the basement all set up for functions. The stone archways over the doors meld with the snazzy light fixtures and plush purple bar stools. The food (best brussle sprouts ever) and drinks (a peach moscow mule?!) were delicious, and the burgers looked fantastic! Whether you're looking for a fun place to watch the game, a nice date night, or a place to hold a company party, go give Roadhouse Boulder Depot a try. http://roadhouseboulderdepot.com