Anyone who loves Mexican food is going to love Colorado. Even though the idea of skiing and avalanches might not seem like the kind of place that you would expect to find Mexican restaurants, a majority of the casual dining facilities in the state are just that. The great thing about most of these restaurants is that they are privately owned instead of being a part of a franchise. Since they are privately owned, the food and ambiance at each one is going to be slightly different. The abundance of Mexican and Southwestern restaurants in Colorado is because the early settlers to the area were of Spanish, Native American, and
If you are someone who really likes to eat, the town that you want to live in is Boulder. Bolder is a food lover’s utopia. The city was voted the Foodies town in 2010. It seems like there is little cluster of restaurants on every street. In addition to fast food restaurants you will also find a generous selection of fine dining establishments and mom and pop restaurants.
While Boulder is the town to go to when you are just a fan of food, if you like red meat, you will want to plan a trip to Denver. The chefs in this town know how to prepare a steak. Not only will you find that the chefs know how to properly prepare a steak, but they will have recipes that defy your wildest dreams.
Aspen is not going to be left out. Each year, Aspen hosts the Food & Wine Classic. This event is sponsored by the Food & Wine magazine and features everything from wine tasting, to cooking competitions, to presentations by celebrated chefs.