Superior is a Statutory Town in Boulder County in the U.S. state of Colorado, with a small, uninhabited segment of land area extending into Jefferson County . According to the 2010 census, the population of the city was 12,483.
Things to do in Superior
4.5 based on 197 reviews
The food here is delicious. The atmosphere is good too. It's a little dark, but I think they are trying to have some ambiance in the restaurant. It felt like a romantic dinner, but there were quite a few families here too. We didn't have a reservation, but were seated pretty quickly.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
My son-in-law has been telling me how good this place is, but this was the first time my wife and I ate here. He was right about how good it was! We shared the beef brisket which was delicious! I also had the baked beans, which were just okay. We were disappointed that they had run out of the homemade peach cobbler. We'll have to wait until our next visit for that.
This is probably the best beef brisket in the Denver metro area.
4.5 based on 280 reviews
Ice cream shop
We went after dinner, so no line. Many, many flavors offered. Really delicious, fresh, clean flavors. We’re from a large city that has great, local ice cream shops, Sweet Cow is right up there with the best. If you’re nearby, stop and give them a try.
5 based on 70 reviews
I have never had better Croissants, bread and other pastries, even in France. The owners were interviewed by Michael Pollan when he was researching his latest book Cooked. They also serve lunch but I haven't tried them yet, and espresso drinks. You will not be disappointed!
4.5 based on 196 reviews
Came here for a business lunch. This is a formal sit-down restaurant, very clean, very neat, very organized. The staff is attentive. The menu isn't large, maybe 20 items, but they make those items to absolute perfection. The spices are flavorful, the meats are just right, the vegetables are cooked but still have a bit of snap to them. They ask the heat level for each dish. The naan tasted like it had been made fresh that day. I've had indian here and in the UK, a couple of my companions had been to India. We all agreed this was top-shelf indian, like you'd find abroad. This place is on my list to return to.
4.5 based on 182 reviews
Our next door neighbors reserved about half the restaurant for a feast.This is the way my wife's Sicilian Family used to eat every Sunday... it started with antipasto platters followed by salad. Then comes the pasta course with rigatoni, marinara sauce and bowls of meatballs and sausages with bread. Take a breath, drink some wine then here comes the chicken piccata platter followed shortly thereafter with a platter of grilled salmon. More wine and cheese before hitting the dessert table. Easily 2 hours of fine dining. So so authentic
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Breakfast at Doug's Diner is a great experience. Besides more than an ample serving of food, the majority of their food is homemade. They offer smaller shares of omelettes if your appetite doesn't approach mountain man status. Good food for the value.
4 based on 322 reviews
The ambiance is great, the service is great, and the food is great.
Our party of four ordered three different full dinner entrees, and we each enjoyed our choice.
The menu offers both light meals and full meals, with a full range of choices.
The beer menu needs bolstering, especially when the only stout beer is a Left Hand Milk Stout. I suggest more bolder beers, especially porters and stouts, because I guess the clientele is more mature than the millennial IPA crowd.
4.5 based on 171 reviews
There isn't a negative thing to say about this place! The atmosphere was amazing! Everyone was very friendly, people were playing corn hole, and dogs sat alongside families eating dinner. The staff is also extremely friendly. The food stood out in my mind as the best BBQ I've had to date.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Seriously... the best Japanese in Denver. Yeah, you might have to wait a while for Yoshi-san to make your food but it is worth it - relax and enjoy. As a matter of fact, I drive 45 minutes each way to eat here and have no regrets except that it isn't closer so I could visit more frequently.
The specials: I just had (as Crystal described) 'melt in your mouth' King Salmon. Don't come here for rolls with 20 ingredients; come here for pure, amazing Japanese food. Bento boxes, house made soy sauce, Yasai Takiawase (vegetables to die for)... shrimp dumplings with a whole shrimp...hijiki rice so simple and so delicious. Everything obviously made with attention to detail.
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