Flagstaff 9

Unparalleled Colorado Dining

Nestled in the foothills above Boulder, rests one of the most iconic and unique fine-dining experiences known to the Front Range. Originally built as a summer cabin in 1929, The Flagstaff House truly took identity in 1971 after being purchased by local restaurateur, Don Monette. After a large expansion, the Flagstaff House soon began drawing local and national praise. The 12,000-bottle wine cellar is literally built into the side of the mountain, allowing optimal storage temperature, straight from Mother Nature. The restaurant has been adorned with hundreds of awards throughout the years, including consistent recognition as Wine Spectator’s prestigious “Grand Award.” The wine list is so vast that only an iPad can properly display all of the selections.

Floor to ceiling windows grace the entire east wall, offering panoramic views of city of Boulder and beyond. Although a major renovation took place in 2014, the original character and charm are still well endowed. Most notably, this makeover included the “Vintner’s Room,” which allows guests to look into the remarkable wine cellar. This private space is perfect for family and corporate gatherings, with intimate surroundings. The menu boasts a wide variety of New American cuisine, including delicacies from land and sea. Forty-five years later, Don Monet and his sons continue to preserve this timeless tradition of dining excellence. Although only 45 minutes from downtown Denver, a seat at the Flagstaff House will quickly have your mind and taste buds transported to a serene mountain paradise.

October Event Not To Miss

Paulee-Inspired Lunch

Saturday, October 22

11 a.m.–3 p.m.

$195 per person, all-inclusive

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