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The gist: Boulder’s Frasca Food & Wine has long been lauded as one of the top eateries in the region, so when their team opened this Italian haven in the renovated Union Station in 2017, it was an instant hit.
The food: Elevated classic Italian at its best is what you’ll find here, from the burrata with trapanese pesto and the grass-fed beef carpaccio to melt-in-your-mouth gnocchi with zucchini pesto. The wine here also deserves equal attention thanks to a program led by master sommelier Bobby Stuckey.
The cost: A selection of cicchetti (small snacks) are $4 - $8, starters are $13 - $26, pastas are $18 - $20, and entrees are $26 - $46.