The Bradley Boulder Inn
The Boutique Hotel in Downtown Boulder Colorado


From fine dining to casual comfort, there are endless restaurants in downtown Boulder to satisfy the most enthusiastic foodie and most are within walking distance of The Bradley Inn. Stroll down Pearl to visit the two-time James Beard Award-winning Frasca Food and Wine

Mateo, inspired by the simple dishes of the Provence region of France, offers a fun, informal and delicious bistro atmosphere.  Across the street from The Bradley  is Aji, a Boulder favorite for Latin American and Caribbean creations and next door, is Leaf, offering fresh vegan and vegetarian dishes. The Mountain Sun is the local rock climber’s hot spot for great burgers and micro-brews. Boulder is famous for its brew pubs and you could try a new one every night of the week with a side of bluegrass music!  The Boulder Dushanbe Tea House brings the Far East close to home with world cuisine and the most proper afternoon tea this side of the pond. For that perfect Margarita, The Rio Grande offers one that packs a punch as well as crowd-pleasing nachos and steak enchiladas. The Kitchen, Salt, JAX Fish House and Centro are all local favorites and are easily found just a short walk from The Bradley Inn.


A summer dinner at Chautauqua Dining Hall and afterwards a show at the famous Auditorium is a local's favorite way to spend a perfect evening in Boulder. Or dine above the city lights with haute-American cuisine from the famous Flag Staff House restaurant.

Summertime in Boulder brings the Farmer's Market downtown, The Colorado Shakespeare Festival to the University, and arts and crafts fairs and live music to Pearl Street. Take the tea factory tour at nearby Celestial Seasonings. Join an irreverent and light-hearted historical tour of Boulder with Banjo Billy. Explore our town on your own on a bike rented by the hour from BCycle.

Downhill and cross-country skiing are nearby at Eldora Ski Resort, just 35 minutes from The Bradley. Sunny winter days in town are plentiful all winter long. Skating, snowshoeing, hiking, biking, even golfing on some winter can enjoy the outdoors year-round in sunny Boulder.

Boulder is home to spas and yoga studios, natural food stores, tea spots, coffee shops, book stores and art galleries. Take a peak at what's happening during your visit with this Downtown Boulder events website. You’ll run out of time before you run out of fun things to do in Boulder. 

Return to The Bradley at day's end for a glass of wine, make some new friends, unwind with a book or try your hand with a Liberty puzzle -  it's time to relax.