We also sport boulder’s only
Patio on the Creek
Oh yeah, its good.
Discover our rich history.
1914Originally Built as a candy store.
Converted into a photography studio by Daniel Yocom. He made a few changes to up the amount of natural light.
The building was purchased and served as the office of architect Charles Haertling. In this time, the building also served as an art gallery.
Housed a disco , a couple restaurants and a pub. (Anybody else remember The library pub?)
This is the new Riverside Boulder. We’re breathing life into one of Boulder’s most mysterious and beloved landmarks. There’s a lot going on in here, but its best if you think of it as a sort of extension of your living room. Come in for coffee in the morning, stay and work a little while at Fuse Co-Working, pick up a sandwich from the Riverside Cafe, and enjoy your lunch on the patio nestled right along Boulder Creek. If you stay ’till happy hour you can enjoy a cocktail in the Agora Events space while you dream up your next big event. With rotating musicians performing throughout the week, the Riverside is truly “Boulder’s home on the creek.” Stay tuned for Boulder’s first full service “nose-to-tail” restaurant opening this fall.
Follow the rebirth of one of Boulder’s most beloved landmarks.Calendar