BLDRfly: Boulder’s Flagstaff House Restaurant gets a refresh BLDRfly: Boulder’s Flagstaff House Restaurant gets a refresh “Tucked a few hundred feet up Flagstaff Mountain, Flagstaff House has perched above the Boulder food scene since the early seventies, and has recently undergone a refresh. Those who have visited know the restaurant takes fine-dining seriously, from the car door with its valet to its wine list (buoyed by 15,000-plus wine bottle cellar). Chris Royster On Wednesday afternoon this week, the space just began to buzz as staff set up the semi-circle bar, and vacuumed and set the tables with fresh flowers. Part-owner and executive chef Chris Royster led me through the labyrinth to the patio out back, which opens to a glorious view of the Flatirons and Boulder Valley. Chris shared some of Flagstaff’s three-year journey to redesign much of the restaurant, from the entry way to the bar, the new dimly-lit and cozy lounge area surrounding the bar and the dining room. Updates include lighting, tables, glassware, walls and artwork. ‘We redesigned just about everything you can think of in the past three years,’ Chris tells BLDRfly. The renovation itself took place in the beginning of January 2020 and lasted three weeks, ending right before the state declared lockdown.” Link to full article + There are no comments Add yours Cancel reply CommentNameEmailUrl Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.