New Port (was Heaven Star)

Note: I wrote the review below on February 1, 2009.  However, when I drove by the restaurant on February 15, 2010, I noticed they had changed their sign.  It is now called “New Port” instead of “Heaven Star.” My wife Beth and I visited the long-awaited Heaven Star twice in their first week.  Though things… Continue reading New Port (was Heaven Star)

Cracovia Polish-American Grill

Today I had lunch at Cracovia Polish-American Grill.  At least I think that’s the name.  I’m still not totally sure what the exact name of this restaurant is.  The menu says “Cracovia – Your Family Restaurant – A Taste of Poland.”  When I arrived, about 12:30, there were three other groups of people there.  Two… Continue reading Cracovia Polish-American Grill

Proto’s Pizzeria Napoletana

Broomfield now has our own Protos.  If you’ve never been, Protos is a local chain of pizzerias.  I’ve visited the one on Platte in Denver and the one in Lafayette, and so Beth and I decided to try the new Broomfield location on their opening week. Protos does what they call “Napoletana Style Pizza” which… Continue reading Proto’s Pizzeria Napoletana

Heaven Star Seafood Dim Sum Coming Soon

The Armadillo Mexican restaurant in Broomfield went out of business a few months back.  H.K. is a Chinese guy I work with, and he’s from Hong Kong, the world center of dim sum.  He told me he heard that a dim sum restaurant was moving in there, and I was so excited! You see, ever… Continue reading Heaven Star Seafood Dim Sum Coming Soon

Buddha Indian Cuisine

Update: As of December 2008, it looks like Buddha Indian Cuisine has gone out of business.  They didn’t even last 6 months.  So sad. —- Broomfield has its first Indian restaurant!  Hurray!  Beth and I had to try it last week on opening night, of course.  She’s the one who first introduced me to Indian… Continue reading Buddha Indian Cuisine

La Casita de Durango

UPDATED 8/7/2010: La Casita has moved since I wrote this review.  I have updated the address below.  Their menu is still mostly the same, but they are now in a larger space formerly occupied by Lucky Four Cafe, behind Target.  It’s a very popular place for breakfast now, it seems. —- I don’t know what’s… Continue reading La Casita de Durango

What Broomfield Needs

If I had my way, here are the types of restaurants that people would create in Broomfield: small family owned diner and coffee shop near Highway 287 and Miramonte, not unlike Mel’s Diner (which only stayed open less than 2 years, I think) fairly nice Indonesian restaurant Hawaiian BBQ, including plate lunch

Bright -N- Early Breakfast

Broomfield’s newest breakfast restaurant is “Bright -N- Early Breakfast” which just opened last week.  I went in for breaakfast on a snowy spring morning, and was the only patron.  The owner, Vince, said it’s been a bit of a slow start so far since he hasn’t done any real advertising yet; it’s just word-of-mouth.  Bright… Continue reading Bright -N- Early Breakfast

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