Word of Mouth

Happy one of the best new restaurants in America, Forbes says

Happy, at 835 Walnut Street in Boulder, just made Forbes.com's list of America's Best New Restaurants.

"The notion of affordable, flavorful Asian dishes (primarily noodles) is nothing new, especially since the rise of chef David Chang's Momofuku empire in New York City. But a dedicated focus on pairing unique cocktails with the dishes might be," reports Richard Betts.

Happy has gone through some major changes since it opened a year ago -- the most happy of which was the creation of the Bitter Bar, which makes those unique cocktails.

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