Pizzeria da Lupo opens for business in Boulder, Colorado

Pizzeria da Lupo opens for business in Boulder, Colorado

Pizzeria da Lupo opens for business in Boulder, Colorado.

Award-winning Executive Chef Jim Cohen and business partner Ken Wolf are serving up pizza-centered meals at their new European-inspired pizzeria at 2525 Arapahoe Avenue. There, the wood-fired oven takes center stage as Pizzeria da Lupo opens its doors.

The wood-fired oven is hot. The pizza is smoking. Executive Chef and restaurateurs Jim Cohen and Ken Wolf announce the opening of Pizzeria da Lupo at 2525 Arapahoe Avenue. Located in the fast-paced Village Shopping Center at the northwest corner of 28th and Arapahoe, pizza lovers will want to check out this engaging Boulder pizzeria. “We have been open for some friends and family over the past few days. The pizza is amazing — just what we would expect from Jim and his team,” says Wolf.

Serving from 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. 7 days per week, the menu includes 5-8 pizzas in addition to paninis, antipasti, salads, beer, wine, dessert, specialty coffees, and PIZZA. The price range is a reasonable $9-$20. Some of the staff is transferring from the award-winning Empire Restaurant and Lounge located in nearby Louisville, CO also owned by Cohen and Wolf. The menu is also available online at https://www.pizzeriadalupo.com.

All people in Boulder - residents, students, workers, and visitors - will enjoy the full sensory experience of wood-fired pizza in a warm, old European-inspired atmosphere. “The doors are open! We want to be Boulder’s pizzeria where people crave the pizza and love the whole experience,” says Cohen.

About Pizzeria da Lupo

Pizzeria da Lupo dishes pizza from its wood-fired oven to the pizza-craving people of Boulder. All senses are engaged by its European atmosphere including an open kitchen matched to the bustling and visible location at 2525 Arapahoe Avenue. Inspired by the recipes and unique talents of award-winning, executive chef Jim Cohen whose previous culinary venues have included restaurants in Denver, Vail, Las Vegas and Scottsdale, AZ.

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