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Monday, September 29, 2008

Bricks and the City


As I sit in my office overlooking the Pearl Street Mall in Downtown Boulder, I can easily imagine Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha among the many visitors and locals shopping, dining and playing in and around “the bricks” (the locals reference to the Mall). For all of you SATC fans, below is how I imagine our favorite foursome fashionistas spending the day in Downtown Boulder…

The girls would check into the St. Julien Hotel and Spa (900 Walnut St.) which offers “an oasis of tranquility” with “inspired views of the Flatiron Mountains.” There, they would “enjoy a new sense of style and sensibility inside this casually elegant luxury hotel.” For breakfast, espresso (and to catch up with each other) they would head to Saxy’s Café (2018 10th St.) offering “a touch of elegance and style” to Downtown Boulder’s hip and stylish West End. From there, they would get their shopping fix by visiting some of the most fabulous boutiques in the Rockies including:

Chelsea (935 Pearl St.)
Savvy (1114 Pearl St.)
MAX(1177 Walnut St.)
Two Sole Sisters (1703 Pearl St.)

For lunch, conversation and some fantastic eats (such as mozzarella stuffed eggplant, sesame seared ahi and oysters on the half shell), the girls would head to Dish Gourmet (1918 Pearl St.) where Chef Brian Benham prepares delicious and unique creations using the finest of ingredients. Next stop, Ten20 (2005 Pearl Street) - Downtown Boulder’s first nail and waxing spa. The girls would enjoy a “polish, pluck, buff, rub, shine and scrub.” Ten20 is “a place where tv gossip is the topic of conversation, diet coke and M&M's are always in stock, and Havaianas are the dress code!

Across the street from Ten20, The T-BAR (1500 Pearl St.) would beckon Samantha and her friends to pick up some flirty, sexy and fashionable lingerie. As evening approaches, the Mediterranean would give the girls a perfect setting to relax, unwind and enjoy “a menu that brims with Italian, Spanish, French, and Greek cuisine” (and over 100 wines by the glass).

Whether you’re a Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte or Samantha at heart, make your way to Downtown Boulder and enjoy your own Bricks and the City experience!

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