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“Food is good and nice place, try the happy hour menu.”
Review of Sugarbeet

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Ranked #3 of 319 Restaurants in Longmont
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$22 - US$38
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Local cuisine, Romantic, Business meetings, Special Occasion Dining
Dining options: Dinner, After-hours, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: 2nd Avenue
Description: Join us for dinner and drinks and enjoy an incredible meal in an intimate, yet casual atmosphere. Sugarbeet is a wonderful spot for a romantic dinner for two or for meeting friends and business associates. Our chef owned bistro serves a delicious and creative seasonal dinner menu with a full bar and wine list. Reservations are recommended as our restaurant has limited seating. We have a wonderful patio for outdoor dining and cocktails when weather permits.
Reviewed 25 October 2018

Casual place, the hostess was wearing sweats and a t-shirt. We visited during the happy hour and had a sampling of different dishes. The olives was excellent, the Brussels sprouts was enormous! the beer selection featured local brews. All around nice local place.

Date of visit: October 2018
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Thank Sofia M
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Reviewed 2 October 2018 via mobile

If you are looking for a nice more elegant atmosphere in Longmont, this one is a good one. Great food, cocktails and ambiance but also quaint.

Date of visit: October 2018
Thank Ana G
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Reviewed 2 October 2018

This is definitely a hidden gem in Longmont. Upscale cuisine off the main street in Longmont. Beautifully crafted cuisine with interesting dishes. The brussel spouts and edamame hummus were the favorite appetizers. And the scallops is a signature dish of the SugarBeets and it was fantastic. Wine list was terrific. The entire meal and service was perfection!

Date of visit: October 2018
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Thank KJM_Boulder
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Reviewed 15 September 2018 via mobile

This past Friday evening, we took the 15 minute drive from Boulder to visit one of our favorite restaurants in Boulder County. Sugarbeet was taken over by new owners in June 2017. Every time we arrive we are greeted by one of the two owners who are both engaging and eager to make sure our experience is first class.

The ambience is quite comfortable, not pretentious in any way and very welcoming. The food quality, preparation, presentation and flavors are fabulous. The other evening they had Hawaiian Ahi tuna as a special which was paired with black Chinese rice and seared. Fabulous flavors with a hint of wasabi.

The entrée was preceded by House made mozzarella and homemade sourdough bread along with local heirloom tomatoes and a balsamic reduction drizzle. Also one of our favorites is the sizzling shrimp with sweet bell peppers. The butter and garlic included in the shrimp are excellent on the homemade sourdough bread.

My spouse had the halibut which was delightful, light and perfectly prepared. Our other guest had the ribeye special for the evening which was paired with Yukon Gold mashed potatoes.

We enjoyed some excellent Paso Robles Cabernet and Moët champagne. For dessert we had the house made molten chocolate soufflé with the evening special decaf espresso ice cream. Truly fabulous!

We have brought many of our friends from nearby Boulder and Denver to sugarbeet and have never left dissatisfied, rather only wanting to visit sooner than later.

Date of visit: September 2018
1  Thank DanMDay
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Reviewed 3 September 2018

They are located in a strange, out-of-the way location. Parking is limited. Greeted warmly and served very enthusiastically. Served house-made sourdough bread on arrival - pretty good. We had shrimp appetizers - pretty good. Nice flavor.

For the entrees I had the halibut - cooked perfectly, served with beet puree, wedge potatoes and sweets peas. The potatoes were dry and uneventful and even seemed clumsy for this dish. Wife had the shrimp and mushroom linguine. She was not impressed - disappointed actually, which is not something she would usually ever say. Dish had small cherry tomatoes which hard a hard skin that really did not help a mediocre dish.

They have a sizeable wine list and a few desserts. We had the key lime pie which was unlike any I had ever had. The brown butter crust was horribly burnt and the key lime was unbelievably bitter. Topped with candied ginger - it was a train wreck. Not sure if we would go back.

Date of visit: September 2018
1  Thank Lance Y
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