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Pickled Lemon

Udi’s newest Middle Eastern fastcasual restaurant, the Pickled Lemon, opened June 22 on University Hill in Boulder.

Pickled Lemon’s menu features authentic Middle Eastern cuisine such as hummus, shawarma, falafel, and baba ganoush; sandwiches made with their artisan pita bread; housemade soups; and fresh salads.

Robin Bar-On, one of the owners of the Pickled Lemon, says that Pickled Lemon’s pita bread is “some of the best in the country right now” and that their fresh food sets them apart from other restaurants.

“Our falafel is fresh every day.

Our hummus is fresh every day. Our meat is our own marination. Our spices are roasted from savory, so they roast them to order,” Bar-On says.

Pickled Lemon is located at 1155 13th St. on University Hill in Boulder. The Middle Eastern eatery is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday until August, when hours will change.

Twisted Pine’s sweet 16

Twisted Pine Brewing Company will celebrate its 16th anniversary with a party on Saturday, July 16, from 2 to 7 p.m.

The event will feature more than 20 specialty beers, including an array of seasonal and aged varieties and the exclusive release of Bough Breaker Barleywine — a strong and rich brew hopped to 120 IBUs with Amarillo hops.

In addition to the array of beers, there will be plenty of ale-infused grilled food and live music all afternoon. Musical artists include Danny Shafer, Holden Young and Hot Soup.

Twisted Pine’s anniversary party will take place in the brewery’s parking lot at 3201 Walnut St. Tickets are on sale for $25 each and are available at twistedpinebrewing.com.

Mateo, Isabelle team up again

Mateo Restaurant Provencal will present its second annual Farm Dinner at Isabelle Farms at dusk on July 11.

The crew at Mateo is packing up its plates, burners, cutlery, decanters and shakers for a night of community, fantastic food, excellent Coloradobased drinks and, of course, Isabelle’s amazing produce.

Mateo and Isabelle Farms are participating in a restaurant CSA (community supported agriculture) that brings Mateo weekly baskets of fresh organic produce.

The dinner costs $80 per person, excluding tax and wine. Isabelle Farms is located at 10029 Isabelle Rd. in Lafayette.

For reservations, call 303-443- 7766, or email info@mateorestaurant.com.

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