The Huckleberry

★★★★☆
  • 700 Main St

    Louisville, CO 80027

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  • 303-666-8020

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Sat: 7:30am-9pm, Sun: 7:30am-3pm, Mon-Fri: 7am-9pm

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Big waste of your time and money .. Service was lousy! Food was terrible .

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★★★★★

Big waste of your time and money .. Service was lousy! Food was terrible .

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We went for afternoon tea and first, it isn't cheap. Second, you get virtually no food and third, the food wasn't great. We had 8 people and they didn't even give us one of each pastry per person. The sandwiches were dry as though they

3
★★★★★

We went for afternoon tea and first, it isn't cheap. Second, you get virtually no food and third, the food wasn't great. We had 8 people and they didn't even give us one of each pastry per person. The sandwiches were dry as though they

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Mickey mouse pancakes are da bomb according to my daughter. We love heading down for breakfast but lunch and dinner are really great too. Cozy and warm especially in by the fireplace where they have open mike nights monthly! Perfect for

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★★★★★

Mickey mouse pancakes are da bomb according to my daughter. We love heading down for breakfast but lunch and dinner are really great too. Cozy and warm especially in by the fireplace where they have open mike nights monthly! Perfect for

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We have had overall good experiences here. I like the varied menu; it seems that there is a little something for everyone. They have several vegetarian options, which is nice for a change (lots of places have one token offering).
They catered my retirement party, and it was good, plentiful and unexpectedly reasonably priced. Usually fairly good service.
My only big complaint came from my last visit a couple of weeks ago: sound pollution! Too loud music, too obnoxious, too early. This is a deal breaker for me, so I'll try it once more but won't put my ears and nerves through that.

3
★★★☆☆

We have had overall good experiences here. I like the varied menu; it seems that there is a little something for everyone. They have several vegetarian options, which is nice for a change (lots of places have one token offering).
They catered my retirement party, and it was good, plentiful and unexpectedly reasonably priced. Usually fairly good service.
My only big complaint came from my last visit a couple of weeks ago: sound pollution! Too loud music, too obnoxious, too early. This is a deal breaker for me, so I'll try it once more but won't put my ears and nerves through that.

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as a Louisville resident we were thrilled when we discovered the Huckleberry, a unique little restaurant right downtown. We went for breakfast at around 10am, and unfortunately, there was about a half hour wait, but let me tell you, it was completely worth it!
When we were finally seated, we were lucky enough to get a table near the fireplace in an cool, old-timey room, complete with tin ceiling. Our waiter was super nice, albeit a little busy, but he seemed genuinly concerned that we got a good experience. I am a vegetarian and got the veggie benedict, one of the best I've ever had!
My husband got the breakfast burrito, a huge plate full of spicy goodness. My kids loved the wild blueberry flapjacks and the fruit crepe was to-die-for. We will definately be back!

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★★★★★

as a Louisville resident we were thrilled when we discovered the Huckleberry, a unique little restaurant right downtown. We went for breakfast at around 10am, and unfortunately, there was about a half hour wait, but let me tell you, it was completely worth it!
When we were finally seated, we were lucky enough to get a table near the fireplace in an cool, old-timey room, complete with tin ceiling. Our waiter was super nice, albeit a little busy, but he seemed genuinly concerned that we got a good experience. I am a vegetarian and got the veggie benedict, one of the best I've ever had!
My husband got the breakfast burrito, a huge plate full of spicy goodness. My kids loved the wild blueberry flapjacks and the fruit crepe was to-die-for. We will definately be back!

Pros: Delicious Homemade Food

Cons: Can be a long wait in the morning

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I've been going to the Huckleberry for about five years and it has varied a bit through them all. The atmosphere is awesome: comfortable, relaxed, homey, and cozy. You can even have tea in their small sitting room where they have three huge comfy chairs, which is great. The bathrooms are tiny and a bit smelly, but you can tell they do their best with it. The service varies with your server. The hostess they have had for about the past year is awful and rude. I'm almost scared of her. I've had servers bring the wrong meal. I've had to ask for things twice. I've had vege things come out with meat and soup served cold. BUT usually the staff fixes it fairly well and the food can be incredible. It depends what you get. Their artichoke dip is unlike anywhere else and amazing. Their fried green tomatoes are also different than elsewhere, but very yummy. Mixed berry crepes, french toast, and flapjacks are to die for. Most of their sandwiches are yummy. Their salads are delicious, but small. Their vege gravy is absolutely awful and so is their vege burger. There is usually a wait on weekends. I've had their afternoon tea which was very fun and the pastries they made were yummy. I think their tea is over prices, but good. As it is the same owner as the Dushambe tea house and Leaf in boulder, they all have the same tea menu and the same chai, which i think is great, despite another reviewers opinion. I think it is a great value for the money and i tend to take visitors their. I live in Louisville and there are not so many old town restaurants even worth writing a review about. I recommend eating there, checking it out, but don't go with amazing expectations. It is a local little restaurant with all the ups and downs, if that is what you expect, you'll have a nice experience.

3
★★★☆☆

I've been going to the Huckleberry for about five years and it has varied a bit through them all. The atmosphere is awesome: comfortable, relaxed, homey, and cozy. You can even have tea in their small sitting room where they have three huge comfy chairs, which is great. The bathrooms are tiny and a bit smelly, but you can tell they do their best with it. The service varies with your server. The hostess they have had for about the past year is awful and rude. I'm almost scared of her. I've had servers bring the wrong meal. I've had to ask for things twice. I've had vege things come out with meat and soup served cold. BUT usually the staff fixes it fairly well and the food can be incredible. It depends what you get. Their artichoke dip is unlike anywhere else and amazing. Their fried green tomatoes are also different than elsewhere, but very yummy. Mixed berry crepes, french toast, and flapjacks are to die for. Most of their sandwiches are yummy. Their salads are delicious, but small. Their vege gravy is absolutely awful and so is their vege burger. There is usually a wait on weekends. I've had their afternoon tea which was very fun and the pastries they made were yummy. I think their tea is over prices, but good. As it is the same owner as the Dushambe tea house and Leaf in boulder, they all have the same tea menu and the same chai, which i think is great, despite another reviewers opinion. I think it is a great value for the money and i tend to take visitors their. I live in Louisville and there are not so many old town restaurants even worth writing a review about. I recommend eating there, checking it out, but don't go with amazing expectations. It is a local little restaurant with all the ups and downs, if that is what you expect, you'll have a nice experience.

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The Huckleberry is a popular brunch spot on weekends, which is no surprise. They have a great location, hearty food, varied high quality tea and dessert choices. If you are impatient or want a quick meal, you may want to try a chain restaurant. If you want good atmosphere, "real" people running the place and yummy food and drinks, Huckleberry may be for you. Weekend brunch aside, the wait is never long and there are innovative and delicious choices on the menu. The specialty seems to be the breakfast items, but there are excellent sandwiches, burgers and baked goods, plus pasta and more to tempt you. Take a chance and try the tea menu for an incredible range of choices, as you would also find at Dushanbe in Boulder.

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★★★★☆

The Huckleberry is a popular brunch spot on weekends, which is no surprise. They have a great location, hearty food, varied high quality tea and dessert choices. If you are impatient or want a quick meal, you may want to try a chain restaurant. If you want good atmosphere, "real" people running the place and yummy food and drinks, Huckleberry may be for you. Weekend brunch aside, the wait is never long and there are innovative and delicious choices on the menu. The specialty seems to be the breakfast items, but there are excellent sandwiches, burgers and baked goods, plus pasta and more to tempt you. Take a chance and try the tea menu for an incredible range of choices, as you would also find at Dushanbe in Boulder.

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My husband daughter and I went to The Huckleberry for breakfast this morning and I was very disappointed with our decision do go there. There was a long wait, but I guess that's expected on a Sunday around lunch time. When we were seated and the waiter came to get our drink order, we were all ready to order food. I ordered tea, their specialty, and it came with an unbelievably dirty glass - I couldn't believe they didn't catch that, it was a clear glass that was so filthy you couldn't see through it. So needless to say we asked for a new one. There was quite a wait for the food and when it arrived I questioned whether I was at a gourmet high class restaurant where the portions intentionally small. My $2.50 side of fruit consisted of two 1/16 inch slices of a very tiny melon and an 1/16 inch slice of an orange. You could see through this fruit! I've had 'garnish' that was more impressive. My husband's meal was quite pathetic as well, especially for the cost. Let's just say there was a lot of plate showing and not so much to satisfy for an eight dollar 'meal'. The manager was walking around and so we expressed our disappointment with the fruit plate and he brought me another tiny slice of melon to remedy it. We won't be returning.

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★☆☆☆☆

My husband daughter and I went to The Huckleberry for breakfast this morning and I was very disappointed with our decision do go there. There was a long wait, but I guess that's expected on a Sunday around lunch time. When we were seated and the waiter came to get our drink order, we were all ready to order food. I ordered tea, their specialty, and it came with an unbelievably dirty glass - I couldn't believe they didn't catch that, it was a clear glass that was so filthy you couldn't see through it. So needless to say we asked for a new one. There was quite a wait for the food and when it arrived I questioned whether I was at a gourmet high class restaurant where the portions intentionally small. My $2.50 side of fruit consisted of two 1/16 inch slices of a very tiny melon and an 1/16 inch slice of an orange. You could see through this fruit! I've had 'garnish' that was more impressive. My husband's meal was quite pathetic as well, especially for the cost. Let's just say there was a lot of plate showing and not so much to satisfy for an eight dollar 'meal'. The manager was walking around and so we expressed our disappointment with the fruit plate and he brought me another tiny slice of melon to remedy it. We won't be returning.

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Our first experience will be our last. My 3 friends joined me for lunch today. We could have overlooked the foul tasting ice tea, the questionable tarter sauce on our fish and slow service. However, half way through our meal, our waitress brought our bill and said we would need to finish in 10 minutes, as a large group for tea had reservations. The manager said she was new and he apologized, but there was no excuse for this type of degrading service. We all left with a knot in our stomachs. My worse dining experience ever.
Whoever gave this place a good review must have really low standards.

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★☆☆☆☆

Our first experience will be our last. My 3 friends joined me for lunch today. We could have overlooked the foul tasting ice tea, the questionable tarter sauce on our fish and slow service. However, half way through our meal, our waitress brought our bill and said we would need to finish in 10 minutes, as a large group for tea had reservations. The manager said she was new and he apologized, but there was no excuse for this type of degrading service. We all left with a knot in our stomachs. My worse dining experience ever.
Whoever gave this place a good review must have really low standards.

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Louisville is a charming town, just topped the list of best small towns in America, and Huckleberry is a must stop when you're there. A kind of combination tea house, bakery, and country hash house (if that makes sense), it has a quirky but attractive, well-lit interior. Waitstaff is uniformly good. Stop in on a Sunday, but be prepared to wait a bit.

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★★★★☆

Louisville is a charming town, just topped the list of best small towns in America, and Huckleberry is a must stop when you're there. A kind of combination tea house, bakery, and country hash house (if that makes sense), it has a quirky but attractive, well-lit interior. Waitstaff is uniformly good. Stop in on a Sunday, but be prepared to wait a bit.

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