Boulder, Colorado

Make this my Home Store

Address

2041 Broadway
Boulder, Colorado 80302

Contact

P: (303) 444-0668
F: (303) 444-0652
E: boulder@savoryspiceshop.com

Hours

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Saturday: 10am-6pm
Sunday: 11am-4pm

Travel Info

We’re located just one half block north of historic Pearl Street Mall on the west side of the street. From Denver, take the Flatiron Flyer (FF) bus. By car, take U.S. Hwy 36 to Boulder. Left on Canyon Blvd, right on Broadway. There is a parking garage located directly behind the shop at 11th and Spruce (take a left on Spruce if you are going north on Broadway). We validate for up to 30 minutes Monday through Friday. Parking in all Boulder garages is FREE on Saturdays and Sundays.

Description

I moved to Colorado from Georgia in 1999 and before my Savory years spent 15 years in the restaurant business. I developed a passion for food, history, culture, and travel at an early age and after a stint in the Peace Corps and as a Resident Manager my career with Savory Spice Shop began in 2005.

Downtown Business of the Year 2009. We proudly sell spices to local restaurants, breweries, food trucks, chocolatiers, coffee shops, and many more.  Member of the Downtown Boulder Partnership.  Member of the Boulder Chamber of Commerce. 

Owner Dan Hayward
Owner Dan Hayward


Events

  • 7th Annual Flatirons Food Film Festival

    Various times/days
    All Day Event

    October 10th through the 13th. We are proud to once again be a sponsor for the festival. See their website for more details. http://www.flatironsfoodfilmfest.org/ More about the festival: Seventh annual Flatirons Food Film Festival shines a spotlight on immigrants and international cuisine, brings together local, national and international artists of all kinds Seventeen programs offer an homage to Diana Kennedy, spectacular Master Sommeliers, Colorado Student Film Contest winners, art exhibitions, special dinners, and more October 10-13, 2019 will bring the seventh Flatirons Food Film Festival to Boulder, a carefully-curated smorgasbord of local, national and international films, speakers, art, and special events. This year’s festival features an exploration into immigrants and international cuisine that will include a tribute to Diana Kennedy, a British expatriate known by some as the Julia Child of Mexico, on the Saturday night