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David R. Jennings / Broomfield Enterprise
Peep these four scrumptrelescent burrito options, ranked by their respective Composite Burritoness Index, or CBI for short, as calculated by this committee of one.   Full Story
 
Cliff Grassmick / Colorado Daily
Here in Colorado, we have become pros at the craft beer thing. Seriously, craft breweries pop up everywhere, each with a beer as delicious as the one before.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Colorado Daily
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so no matter if you're shoving it in your face as fast as you can before class or struggling to keep your head up at the table long enough to order you meal after a night of heavy, recreational, er, board-game play, picking the right breakfast spot can make or break (ha!) a day.   Full Story
 
David R. Jennings / Broomfield Enterprise
Whether you're up all night studying, up all night partying or up all night binge watching "Game of Thrones" (seriously, you haven't seen it yet?), odds are you're going to get hungry late sometime during your "academic career" at the University of Colorado.   Full Story
 
Cyrus McCrimmon / The Denver Post
Other than ramen, there is no food more synonymous with college students than pizza. Thankfully, pizza is delicious and varied enough that you can eat it for days without getting bored.   Full Story
 
Paul Aiken / Colorado Daily
The three essential food groups to the college experience, as everyone knows, are coffee, pizza and sandwiches, in combination and quantity best determined by the individual student/consumer.   Full Story
 
Tuition, books, meal plans, beer. Your money goes fast, we know, but it would be a shame to live in the vibrant culinary city of Boulder and never get out to eat.   Full Story
 
Among the vices students find themselves exploring, caffeine is often under-addressed. As an essential part of student life, not much beats the daily ritual of enjoying a morning cup of coffee.   Full Story
 
Marty Caivano / Colorado Daily file photo
We've got a unique bar scene any 21-and-up lad or lady can enjoy.   Full Story
 
Forget about apple pie. Well, don't forget about it entirely, of course, because apple pie is delicious, but we all know "as American as a hamburger" is a much more accurate phrase.   Full Story
 
Marty Caivano / Colorado Daily
There's this classic saying I find particularly relevant in a town as beautiful as Boulder: "I'm outdoorsy ... in that I enjoy drinking on a patio."   Full Story
 
Let's face it. Sitting outside, sun on your face and a breeze through your hair is great. But add a burger or beer or beloved cocktail (if you're old enough) to that equation, and you have perfection.   Full Story
 
PAUL AIKEN
It's 1:30 a.m. and you're writing that 10-page you've put off until the last second. But you're hungry, and you can't think when you're hungry.   Full Story
 
MARTY CAIVANO
As this publication's nightlife columnist, I'm ashamed to say my drink-mixing abilities consist of vodka-lemonade-daiquiri combo or cracking open a beer.   Full Story
 
JEREMY PAPASSO
Broke and hungry Buffs: we're here for you. The rigors of college have you in class and studying in the library all day with your stomach barking for food, but you don't have the money to take yourself out to a nice seafood dinner.   Full Story
 
Mark Leffingwell
In the past year, a surprising number of new breweries have popped up in Boulder and are already making a foam-covered splash.   Full Story
 
Zak Wood
You can find all of your favorite breakfast foods in Boulder -- burritos, omelets, skillets, pancakes and French toast. These restaurants will fill you up and send you on your way, good as new.   Full Story
 
JEREMY PAPASSO
The sandwich has to be one of the best inventions ever. And with a colossal selection of delis, Boulder offers cheap and tasty eats of nearly every combination imaginable.   Full Story
 
JON HATCH
For people who are more of the latte art persuasion, Boulder has a number of java offerings beyond the Starbucks standard. From Baseline to Pearl and beyond, each shop has its own personality and feel, in addition to their varied offerings.   Full Story
 
MARK LEFFINGWELL
Just because you don't eat meat doesn't mean you have less money to spend! The restaurant industry has definitely figured that out, and most of them now offer at least a few options for non-meat eaters.   Full Story
 
 
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