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Boxcar and Cured in Boulder Update Selections

Popular spots Boxcar Coffee Roasters and Cured, who share the space at 1825 Pearl in Boulder, both have exciting updates and additions to their menus.

A selection of new pastries is available at Boxcar
A selection of new pastries is available at Boxcar
Sara Brito

Last weekend, Boxcar Coffee Roasters introduced a new line of sweet and savory pastry selections, made in-house daily. The goods are created by pastry chef Milli Petters, who baked at the now-closed Frasca Caffe. Among the new items are ham and cheese croissants and a few gluten-free choices.

Inside the same space, Cured, a shop dedicated to specialty foods - charcuterie, cheese, wine, and more - launched Pasta Wednesday. Once a week, fresh, hand-cranked pastas will be available to-go for roughly $14 (depending upon ingredients) in portions that will serve two. What kind of pastas? Think pappardelle with pumpkin brodo and prosciutto; raviolo-like "love letters," filled with tarragon, duck and chèvre; tortellone with artichoke, lemon, herbs and Fruition ricotta. Take them home and dinner is ready!

· Cured in Boulder Launches Catering [EDEN]

· Boxcar Coffee Is Now Fueling The Source [EDEN]


Boxcar Coffee

1825 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO 303 527 1300

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