As seen at The Kitchen Cafe, Boulder, Colorado.

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on Sep 20, 2009
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The other day was staff day, and we all met at the Trident, walked down to Hapa for lunch, but the patio was all full. So we split up, alas.

But Lindsey and I went down to The Kitchen, got lunch and talked shop, mostly. At one point I looked up and laughed aloud at the neat, arty handwriting on The Kitchen’s ever-changing seasonal mostly-local/sustainable menu. Loved the understated, implicit, dry humor and the green-responsible message:

kitchen restaurant green boulder


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One Response to “As seen at The Kitchen Cafe, Boulder, Colorado.”

  1. […] The showroom, a sterile-white, open layout bordered in glass, filled up quickly with what seemed like a couple hundred guests. Inside, we were treated to drinks and hors d’oeuvres from The Kitchen. […]