The philosophy at Salt Bistro is simple – the best food travels the shortest distance to the table, menus should change with the seasons and locally sourced ingredients, combined with European technique and innovative thinking make for a truly remarkable experience. It’s all true – I’ve had several remarkable experiences at Salt and I highly recommend eating there this weekend.
Salt Bistro is the home of the infamous chocolate salted caramel tart, housemade ketchup and fettucini with beautiful local produce. In fact, I think Salt has one of the best dessert menus in the state. Additionally sommelier Evan, has just started a great new cocktail program. He will guide you through an “arts and crafts” session that will help you learn about the various types of cocktails and how to pair flavors with different liquors.
In celebration of their first year in business Salt is offering through the Harvest Moon (September 23) three course for $31. Even better, a portion of the proceeds from a three course dinner will benefit the School Food Project.
Salt is open for brunch, lunch and dinner and they hold social hour from 3 – 6 each day featuring fun snacks that range between $2 – $5. Salt is participating on the Culinary Connectors Boulder Top Restaurant Tour this weekend along with Pizzeria Basta and Cafe Aion.
Salt Bistro -1047 Pearl Street, Boulder. 303-444-SALT. Sunday – Wednesday 11 – 10. Thursday – Saturday 11 – 11. Social Hour daily 3 – 6.