About Rosetta Hall
Boulder’s first food hall, Rosetta Hall is where Boulder meets up and hangs out. Enjoy the front room with Gracia coffee open at 8am ready for team meetings, or a tour of the country with some of Colorado’s most creative chefs. With a focus on global cuisine, experience the flavors of the Middle East, Italy, Thailand, China, Latin America, and New American as you create a table of dishes to share among friends.
On the rooftop, in the main dining hall or over drinks at the bar, Rosetta Hall makes every dining experience one for the record book. Come nightfall, the rooftop comes to life with music, curated cuisine, and crisp cocktails. It’s the perfect place for a long, lingering evening out.
Rosetta Hall is a collective of stalls, each offering a unique perceptive on traditional dishes, leaving your mouth full of aromatic flavors that compliment each other in unexpected ways.
Gracia is Rosetta Hall’s local coffee shop with Ampersand beans and they have a great selection of single origin coffees with flavors of hazelnut and dark chocolate. They source their beans from female-owned coffee collectives in Peru, Honduras and Ethiopia. Drinks are one of a kind drinks like Hojicha Latte, Blueberry Crumble Matcha, and Orange Blossom Cold Brew.
Amira honors the traditional technique and flavor of the Persian gulf. They focus on sourcing local produce, and rotating, seasonal menus that feature home-cooked meals, popular Lebanese shawarmas, and shareable dishes.
Amalfi creates a modern and contemporary Italian cuisine that specializes in scratch-made pastas, hand-tossed pizzas with house-made mozzarella, seasonal salads, and a rotating menu of regional Italian specialties.
Chameleon: This ever-rotating stall is currently running a New Orleans-inspired menu from February 10 through Fat Tuesday on February 21.
Chiang Mai makes authentic Thai dishes inspired by Northern and Central Thailand.
Flatiron is a mix of classic American dishes brought to life in fresh ways, with a special focus on sandwiches, salads and vegetables forward dishes.
Cruz is a showcase of cuisines from Central to South America. The menu features some of our most popular Peruvian dishes from Chameleon as well as the beautiful, traditional dishes from Consulting Chef Manny Barella.
Petite Fleur rotates globally-inspired scratch-made pastries and desserts with an Americana focus.
Shanghai Moon is a collection of Chinese street dishes from Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong, as well as regional dishes from Sichuan, Yunnan, Hainan and Xinjiang.