Good burgers, good musels, and good fries. The place does not have good parking, but is worth it. YUM
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Bistro that specializes in burgers. Several unique constructions of burgers with hundreds of options for protein (grass fed beef, bison, chicken , veggie) bun (pretzel, brioche, lettuce) and sides (hand cut fries, sweet potato fries, salad, fruit) Over fifty beers on tap. Many TV to...More
First, you choose your toppings (lots to choose from), then you choose your meat, then your bun (again lots of options). Everything is customizable. I'm on Adkin's and they made it so easy to stick to my diet. Really good food. The waitress and manager...More
We visited Reubens for an early dinner on a weeknight. Having family in Belgium, and having been there dozens of times, we assure you, dear reader, that this place is NOTHING LIKE ANYTHING IN BELGIUM. We think they were trying to put a bicycle themed...More
Good food, great selection of Belgian-style beers and others, pleasant atmosphere although the outdoor patio is on a noisy street corner, good service and helpful advice on beers
Came here with our local relative who said this was another one of the best burger places in Boulder. We had already had burgers at other places so our menu choices were varied that night. Chicken tenders were moist and tasty. Tacos with pulled pork...More
We came across Rueben's Burger Bistro by pure chance since we were visiting the area, we found it to be a great place, the burgers are delicious and there are many beers on tap. We were a group of 9 and the service was spot...More
Rueben finally got this venue to succeed. It's a sports bar with great food, interesting beers, and flat screens to entertain. His pretzel buns on burgers are great, as are the mussels, fries, etc.
First let me say as a family of four, we've been to Reuben's several times. The first time is was amazing, the second time very good and today for lunch it seemed like a completely different restaurant. We went during prime lunch time and were...More
The menu is up dated pub fare, but I go to Reubens for the beer. They specialize in European, and more specifically Belgian beers. The beer menu is impressive, seems like somewhere around 30 beers on tap and likely a hundred in bottles.