Matt Jansen, owner of Mateo, opened Radda in the midst of north Boulder's low-rise sprawl, and it's a welcome addition. This is an Italian restaurant, a small-plates restaurant, a comfortable and casual restaurant where the food serves as hearty sustenance, stimulus for conversation and an excuse to gather together with friends. Everything here, from the rustic pizzas to the salumi plates and meticulously balanced entrees, is excellent, and represents the best that a modern Italian American restaurant can offer.
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Radda Trattoria, 1265 Alpine Avenue in Boulder, will celebrate its five-year anniversary with a pig roast tonight. Admission is $25 and up; for more information, call 303-442-6100 or go to www.raddatrattoria.com. For information on ...
While driving back from Boulder after visiting Radda Trattoria (see review), I got to thinking about the restaurant scene and how it relates to anthropology. Specifically, to "carrying capacity," the term that anthropologists use to...
It was long after midnight, and I was hours late for home, but it had been a great party — the tenth or thirtieth or fiftieth in a row; I'd lost count. We'd closed the restaurant, seen the last lingering tables out the door, t...
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