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Tidbites | Gluten-free, dairy-free granola

Gluten-free, dairy-free granola

In response to customer feedback, Boulder Granola has introduced a new gluten-free and dairy-free granola, replacing its original gluten-free offering that contained dried milk powder. The Boulder Granola Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free product will be available in more than 80 Front Range retailers, including Whole Foods Market, Sunflower Farmers Market, King Soopers and Vitamin Cottage. It will also be available online at Foodzie. com, Abe’s Market and the company’s website, www.bouldergranola.com.

BOOM Yogurt Bar opens

BOOM Yogurt Bar opened its doors on Sept. 10 at the corner of Iris Avenue and 30th Street.

It offers locally made natural yogurt, cottage cheese and frozen yogurt. The topping list includes local, organic seasonal fruits; barks; granolas; a variety of nut mixtures; local chocolates; sauces; and daily, freshly baked toppings from Kim and Jake’s Cakes.

The yogurt bar was inspired by years of international yogurt eating by the owner, Matty Reed, a 2008 Olympian.

For more information visit www.boomyogurtbar.com.

Flagstaff House turns 40

To celebrate Flagstaff House’s 40-year anniversary, the restaurant will be holding an anniversary gala on Sunday, Oct. 16, at 5 p.m.

A multi-course dinner will be created by chef and partner Mark Monette along with many of his friends and colleagues, such as Dave Query of Big Red F Restaurants, Lachlan MacKinnon-Patterson of Frasca Food and Wine, Jon Platt of Q’s, Eric Skokan of the Black Cat Bistro, Jim Cohen of The Empire Lounge and Restaurant and Pizzeria da Lupo, Antonio Laudisio of Laudisio’s Italian Restaurant, Tony Hessel of The Mediterranean and Radek Cerny of L’Atelier. Birthday cake and live entertainment will follow the dinner.

A portion of the proceeds from the gala and silent auction will go to benefit the Davis Phinney Foundation, a national organization based in Boulder dedicated to improving the lives of people living with Parkinson’s disease. Founder Davis Phinney will speak at the gala.

The event is $125 per person, and reservations are required. To make a reservation, call the restaurant’s main phone number at 303-442-4640.

2nd Bombay Bistro opens in Vancouver

Paul and Pari Gill, the owners of Boulder’s Bombay Bistro restaurant, have opened a second location in Vancouver, British Columbia.

The restaurant, Sutra, serves modern Indian food. Opening the second restaurant was a quest for the chefs to return to their Canadian roots while remaining committed to the vision of a contemporary Indian dining experience.

They opened their doors in Vancouver a little less than a month ago, and have attracted the same sort of customers that defines Bombay Bistro. Sutra plays on Bombay Bistro’s romantic decor with a traditional Indian flair, along with a unique fusion food and drink menu.

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