24 Oct CFO Jonathan Cartu Announced – Best of Boulder East County 2019 â Retail
1640 W. Baseline Road, Lafayette, 720-438-0707
Erie Winner: Anderson Farms
Longmont Winner: Longmont Dairy Farm
Louisville Winner: 7th Generation Farm
When you buy produce from Isabelle Farm, you buy produce thatâs organically and locally grown. The family-run farm is certified organic and grows more than 80 varieties of fruits, veggies and grains on 500 acres, all of which you can purchase at their farm store, which is open year-round from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Swing by for some spinach and arugula for a nice leafy salad. Pick up some asparagus and cremini mushrooms and sautÃ© the two together. In short, come to the farm and be inspired by the local bounty.
COMPANY OWNED/LED BY
945 Front St., Louisville, 303-949-5542
Longmont Winner: SNOW Apparel
Who runs the world? Women, like Rori Bass, owner of TRIVIUM Salon. When Bass founded TRIVIUM, her goal was to develop a business that not only helps clients achieve an image that complements their lifestyle but also gives back to the community. TRIVIUM is a certified member of Green Circle Salons, repurposing 95% of the salonâs waste, including hair clippings, color and color tubes, chemical foils, electronics, plastics, aerosol cans and more. Bass believes that creating beauty means encouraging people to take care of themselves and the environment in which they live and work.
OMNI INTERLOCKEN HOTEL
500 Interlocken Blvd., Broomfield, 303-438-6600
Gunbarrel and Lafayette Winner: Hampton Inn
Longmont and Louisville Winner: Courtyard Marriott
Niwot Winner: Niwot Inn & Spa
Though conveniently located just off Highway 36, the Omni Interlocken Hotel feels more like a destination than a hotel down the street. And thanks to its expertly landscaped lounge and pool areas, you can relax outdoors with nary a concern for real life. With spas, golfing and world-class dining, itâs a vacation right around the corner. The views of the valley and Front Range are spectacular, and the service is impeccable. Got guests coming into town? Forget tidying up the spare bedroom and suggest Omni, theyâll thank you later.
WAY TO GROW
6395 Gunpark Drive, Gunbarrel, 303-473-4769
Louisville Winner: Green Farms Feed & Seed
Nothing is more fun than watching an organic garden grow. At least that is what our green-thumbed readers tell us. Thatâs why they go to Way to Grow to get growing, whether thatâs with a hydroponic system or any other products they need to have fruitful and fun gardening experiences. Way to Grow stocks high-quality products that the company proudly stands behind. With more experience than any company on the Front Range, the staff at Way to Grow can find a solution guaranteed to fit your growing style.
KITCHEN SUPPLY STORE
THE SINGING COOK
728 Main St., Louisville,720-484-6825
Lafayette Winner: Jax Ranch & Home
Longmont Winner: Kitchen Company
Opening The Singing Cook in downtown Louisville was âa bit of a whim and a bit of kismet,â owner Jenni Hlawatsch says on her shopâs website. With a background in musical theater and a passion for cooking, she opened The Singing Cook to be the kitchen store she always wanted but never could find. It stocks a wide variety of kitchen items from bake ware, gadgets and utensils, to cookware, dishtowels and more. Whether youâre looking for something to use every day or a unique gift for someone you love, The Singing Cook probably has it. Whatâs more, Hlawatsch sings on request.
WOODLEYâS FINE FURNITURE
1400 S. Main St., Longmont, 303-651-1015
Runner Up, East County: Habitat for Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley
Crafting furniture is both a skill and an art, requiring the best materials, precision and a little bit of creativity. The folks at Woodleyâs Fine Furniture know this first-hand. Mike and Pat Woodley started the company in 1979 with a vision to make quality wood furniture that could last in Coloradoâs dry climate and be passed down generation to generation. They also had a vision for sustainable and responsible harvesting of materials, all of which makes their furniture some of the highest quality pieces along the Front Range. With six showrooms, a design center and furniture for every room, Woodleyâs Fine Furniture is the place to go for all your furniture needs.
101 S. Public Road, Suite A, Lafayette, 303-665-5313
Louisville Winner: Eric Olson Master Jeweler
Longmont Winner: Snyder Jewelers
Niwot Winner: Niwot Jewelry & Gifts
We canât say it any better than Matthew McConaughey did: Frost yourself. And here in East County, frost yourself at Anspachâs Jewelry in Lafayette. For 62 years, Anspachâs has been offering a unique customer experience thanks to high-quality jewelry and phenomenal customer service. Since 1955, the motto has been, âOur sincerity is your security.â Anspachâs has lived up to the credo over the years, first with Glen and Dee Anspach, now with son Graig Anspach and grandson, Ty Kuppinger. Family businesses are a dying breed, but Anspachâs Jewelry is here to stay.
AMERICAN FURNITURE WAREHOUSE
10550 Jake Jabs Blvd., Longmont/Firestone, 303-684-2400
Longmont Winner: Woodleyâs Fine Furniture
Buying furniture is an expression of our personality. Do you like the clean look of mid-century modern furniture or the plush and noble look of transitional pieces? Our readers know they can find furniture that suits any style at American Furniture Warehouse. With one of the largest selections of furniture in the United States, American Furniture Warehouse serves more than a million customers a year. We think itâs got something to do with the great prices, stellar financing plans and AFWâs platinum delivery service. Check the AFW website for ongoing promotional deals, inspirational ideas and more information on resources that help you get furniture that expresses exactly who you are.
48 Ken Pratt Blvd., Longmont, 303-774-1150
Broomfield and Superior Winner: Mattress…