Longmont, Colorado has many offerings. From art galleries to farmer’s markets to live music, there’s truly something for everyone. With so many activities to choose from, it seems obvious that Longmont also boasts some amazing casual, high-end, and happy hour dining. Whether you’re a local looking for a new spot or a traveler enjoying the city for the first time, consider adding these highly-rated restaurants to your list.
The Roost is a casual American bar and venue located in the heart of Longmont and founded by two couples from California. The founders’ California roots inspire much of the menu. The menu features a signature fries and tots section with 6 delicious options to choose from. Our mouths are watering. The Roost also supports a great cause by donating 10% of all profits and merchandise to funding adoptions. It can’t get much better than that. For more information on The Roost, you can watch their feature on the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives or visit their website.
If you’re looking for a restaurant that has grown from humble beginnings to crazy success, look no further than Georgia Boys Barbecue. As the name suggests, Georgia Boys Barbeque was created by two Georgia boys that ventured to Colorado. It all started with a brown bag delivery service out of their apartments until they eventually moved to their store in 2011. Now, they have 3 locations and were even featured on the Travel Channel’s show: Food Paradise. The menu features delicious options like buffalo chicken fries, barbeque nachos, smoked wings, sandwiches, and meat plates. For more information on Georgia Boys Barbeque, click here.
La Momo Maes Bakery & Cafe
It was time for a break from the savory suggestions because while they’re delicious, there’s got to be somewhere you can curve your sweet tooth. La Momo Maes Bakery & Cafe is a family-owned business that specializes in cakes and sweet treats. Whether you’re just stopping in for a quick bite at their full coffee and tea bar or to explain your vision for an event, the professionals have got you covered. All of their breakfast pastries are made fresh daily, so be sure to stop in before they sell out! Catch La Momo Maes Bakery & Cafe on HGTV’s House Hunters or visit their website.
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