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Foodie Weekend Getaway in Boulder
Boulder, long lauded for its quality of life, has a new accolade: "America's Foodiest Town." Bon Appétit made the designation in 2010, formally recognizing the scenic city at the base of the Rocky Mountains as one of the most progressive culinary hotspots in the country. With more than 400 restaurants — many sourcing meat, produce, and herbs from their own farms — and a bi-weekly Farmer's Market that draws nearly as many people as the University of Colorado football games, Boulder embodies the locavore food movement that's sweeping the nation. The medium-sized city also boasts 45,000 acres of open space, nearly twice the amount as all of Colorado's ski areas combined. Follow these picks for the best of Boulder's culinary scene, mixed with a dash of outdoor recreation. – by Jayme Moye
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