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Today 6:30 am – 9:00 pm
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Crossroad Commons, 2805 Pearl St Boulder, CO 80301, United States
2805 Pearl StreetUSColoradoBoulder80301
$$Restaurant, Breakfast Restaurant
Breakfast Restaurant
American Restaurant
Today 6:30 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 6:30 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 6:30 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 6:30 am – 9:00 pmThursday 6:30 am – 9:00 pmFriday 6:30 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 6:30 am – 9:00 pmSunday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
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Burgers to Mexican fare (plus all-day breakfast) in a laid-back space with a full bar.- Google
"I especially enjoyed the cucumber lemonade and pesto stuffed chicken."
"And the tomato soup is absolutely mind blowing."
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Peggy Brown
3 months ago
We were in town reuniting old friends and drove by Turleys and thought lets try it! I am so glad we did. Portions and price were very good. The dessert and casual unrushed atmosphere was really wonderful!
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Kelly Engel
5 months ago
The best and longest happy hour in this for square miles surrounded reality. We call Boulder.
Alchemical Reaction
a year ago
BOTTOM LINE: They need a new manager, new chef and new menu. This place is a tragedy. The location is a dream, but the food has dramatically gone down hill in terms of consistency of presentation, portioning and taste. So much so it is prime for a Gordon Ramsay makeover. The prices are NOT at all justified. The natural food theme would work if the menu was much simpler and more like a gastropub. The menu should not be more than one page, front and back. They are catering to an aging crowd who don't come in often enough to keep the place going. During weekend brunch, you sometimes have to park in the larger parking lot and walk over. It's not far.
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John McGowan
2 years ago
I came here for an early dinner (around 5:30pm) and had me some breakfast for dinner. Turley's really is best for it's breakfast as they have a very small selection of food for lunch and dinner (but they serve breakfast all day so we were set!). It seemed almost deserted when I came in as there were only a couple tables taken, though the restaurant has 50-75 tables total. The service was fast and friends, but not overly talkative which is something I enjoy in a server. The decor was nice and comfortable, it was very quiet in the restaurant though mainly due to the lack of people and partly due to lack/quietness of the music. This would be a good night for a simple breakfast-for-dinner date. The food was good, I got two eggs, hash browns, canadian bacon and sourdough toast. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't a fantastic meal. I think it was definitely worth the money though. Overall I think this would be a great place to take family or a date for a breakfast-for-dinner night, or a fantastic place to go with friends in the morning as I'm sure it's much more packed during breakfast hours
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Cynthia Marshall
5 months ago
Best happy hour in town. Also the best tomato soup I have ever had. I am not really a fan of tomato soup, but my husband ordered it and said I had to try it. Knocked my socks off, and left me barefoot, I'm not kidding. Someone in that kitchen knows how to cook. The service is always friendly and fast. Love this place.
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Susie Shanley
2 months ago
Good breakfast. Nice atmosphere. Good service.
Nate DeVault
2 years ago
I once was in egypt, where I was starving and was forced to eat a weird form of a taco out of a page from a magazine (because that was the cleanest material that food could be successfully served on in the city), then I was sick for weeks, and that was the worst thing I'd ever ate, until I went to Turleys. I hit a new low after coming out of this "restaurant". The location is great, the decor is okay, but after tasting the food it was sent back and paid for anyway because the wait staff that have to work in that empty place look like they needed the tips to survive. Walking in, it's instantly depressing, sparse placements of lonely senior citizens out to enjoy a night-on-the-town. The prices would be good, except the quality food is so bad, that if I was paid to eat it, I'd probably still say no. I left after only 10 minutes of terribleness, 10 minutes of life I'll never get back, and headed to walnut brewery instead.
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Sarah Murtha
2 years ago
I love everything about turleys. The food, the people, the atmosphere. It's a little pricy if you're on a budget, but with all the different options how can you go wrong. You will never be disappointed. And the tomato soup is absolutely mind blowing.