Press Coverage

  • Colorado Avid Golfer

    "There’ll be no ham-and-egging—unless, of course, it’s organically, locally and sustainably sourced—at Zeal."

  • Boulderite Magazine

    "Zeal is so quintessentially Boulder: house-pressed juices on tap along with locally brewed kombucha; your choice of quinoa, brown rice, or cauliflower rice (read: cauliflower); pasture-raised bacon; microbrews on tap. It's modern, bright, pickled, juiced, and so globally influenced that it's basically American."

  • Conde Nast Traveler

    Boulder is known for its love of the green stuff—both of the psychedelic and vegetal varieties. While you can legally get both, the butter coffee and veggie bowl at Zeal...

  • Boulder Lifestyle

    "We visited the bright, modern bistro and were met with smiling chefs and baristas whose commitment to “real” food shone through at every angle to customers. Zeal offers breakfast, lunch, small plates, and dinner items as well as an extensive array of juices for the “conscious cleanser.” “Zeal” means great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an objective. To say this definition fits is an understatement."

  • Vitavibes

    "Top health-conscious restaurants are embracing the ferment zeitgeist; Boulder, Colorado’s Zeal restaurant has a culinary lab dedicated to fermentation."

  • Daily Camera

    "Sustainability is the name of the game here, and Zeal's committed to serving GMO-free fare appealing to everyone from paleo enthusiasts to vegans. This venue is open from breakfast through dinner, and lunch and dinner dishes include sandwiches and meatless bowls, as well as entrees packed with such ingredients as braised lamb."

  • Boulder Weekly

    "Zeal Restaurant in Boulder — in partnership with The Conscious Cleanse — also has a juice program to complement its health-supporting menu. Since it serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, you can have a juice along with your meal, or stop by and grab a juice to go, any time of day."

  • Dining Out

    Ahhh, January. Some of us have two months of indulgence behind us, and are craving something a little healthier in 2016. Cold weather doesn’t make eating light easy, so we reached out to some local chefs and owners of healthy restaurants for tips on how to get back on the healthy track this year.

  • Denver Eater

    Look no further for the best valued four-course New Year's Eve dinner in Boulder! Customize your dinner by choosing between multiple delicious options for each of your courses, and wash it all down with a complimentary glass of bubbles.

  • Westword

    Eating around the holidays can be tricky: You’re already on the path to overindulging, but comfort food is such a big part of the festivities that it’s seemingly unavoidable. If the scale’s been a little unforgiving lately, fend off the high-calorie feeding frenzy by heading to Zeal for a morning pick-me-up you don’t have to feel guilty about.