Mile High Organics delivers organic, non-genetically modified produce, natural groceries, and other eco-friendly goods directly to the home. Freshly stocked produce bins host a swinging soiree of assorted nutrients colorfully frocked in fruited finery and vegetable vestments. The contents changes weekly and, with more than 100 items on their weekly specials page, can include anything from cameo apples to satsuma seedless tangerines. Unlike farmers' markets, backyard gardens, and the Shamrock Shake, Mile High Organics is available year-round. Any desired produce not included in the bin, such as blueberries or locally grown roma tomatoes, can be added at its individual price.
Mile High Organics also carries a line of humanely raised family-farm organic meats, such as turkey, pork, and beef, and pantry stockers include fresh soups, cheeses, baked goods, and more than 300 spices. The shop practices earth-friendly habits by delivering along efficient, geographically planned routes and collecting discarded bins for future use.
Johann Sebastian Bach would have probably enjoyed working out at Quickfit Fitness Studio. The studio’s chandeliers, damask wall coverings, and ornamental mirrors are very fitting of the baroque period. However, this vintage look is juxtaposed against roomfuls of modern fitness techniques and tools, such as herbal body wraps, comprehensive weight-loss programs, and vibrating exercise machines that were inspired by Paul Bunyan’s cell phone.
With thousands of frame and mat combinations, The Great Frame Up can satisfy any and all framing fantasies. The expert framespeople can make diplomas radiate (diploma framing starts at around $100), personalized jerseys glisten (starting around $300), and dorm-room movie posters sparkle (many 24"x36" pieces are under $125). The design wizards can also find a home for any prized possession, such as shoebox photos, baby booties, ticket stubs, medals, and really good pot roasts. The Great Frame Up’s no-hassle guarantee and assurance that all work is done on-site means your frameables won't be subject to mistreatment at underground commercial framing facilities.
The Organic Dish provides carefully crafted frozen meal kits to help its clients eat healthily and happily with a minimal investment of time. Every ingredient in the company’s fastidious feasts is scrutinized and taken through a multi-stage interview process to ensure complete independence from the dietary scourges of artificial preservatives, sweeteners, flavors, colors, and hydrogenated fats. Put your palate in the dexterous hands of The Organic Dish’s chef, who will pick a delectable duo of dinners—containing two to three servings each—from a rotating menu. Recent meals have included gnocchi with basil pesto, rosemary chicken with fresh grape glaze, grilled salmon with chili-corn salsa, and peach tomato tofu. Using a blend of mysterious psychic powers and the information supplied on the online order form, the chef can sense and accommodate gluten-free, dairy-free, or vegan diets.
In addition to being the owners of Boulder FastFrame, Kim and Paul Obert are the owners of a yellow labrador named Sadie and the proud parents of two small children. While adults peruse thousands of frames, including a plentitude of made-in-Colorado options, in their shop's show room, children can play with toys and chalk and canines can devour complimentary dog biscuits. The multitalented framers can protect treasured artwork, photographs, or parking tickets behind regular or conservation-grade glass and can also stretch canvas and build shadow boxes to display 3-D objects, such as sports jerseys. Their design guarantee allows customers to request tweaks to framing within 30 days of purchase.