Robin Autorino of Robin Chocolates is an award winning chocolatier and has been named by Dessert Professional as one of the “Top Ten Chocolatiers in North America.” Using only Valrhona chocolate, her creations are as beautiful as they are tasty. Our recommendation for a must-try is the Chocolate Caramel Fleur de Sel, a caramel layered with chocolate caramel and sea salt in a dark chocolate shell.
Paris is the City of Love but not everyone can hop on a plane to celebrate in France. However, Longmont has the next best thing. Cheese Importers is a French-inspired shopping and cheese experience. You can browse hundreds of cheese, charcuterie and gift varieties in their artisan market and walk-in cheese refrigerator. Or, take a virtual cheesemaking class at The Art of Cheese, perfect for a Valentine's date night.
Longmont is a craft beverage haven. Sip and savor your way through breweries, distilleries and a cidery. Grab your free, Crazy Good Craft pass here to save at various locations!
Many farms, orchards and homesteads in Longmont such as Ya-Ya Farm & Orchard, Lone Hawk Farm and Shupe Homestead serve as wedding venues throughout the year. These picturesque sites provide couples with a natural, outdoor setting, rustic charm and unique reception spaces, all with a mountain backdrop.
The St Vrain wedding venue is in historic, downtown Longmont, in what was one of the earliest automobile showrooms in Colorado. The venue encompasses brick walls, ceiling trusses and crystal chandeliers that make The St Vrain perfect for an industrial luxe wedding.
There are options for everyone, from happy hour and fast casual, to high-end and artisan dining. Many restaurants are influenced by locally grown and seasonal foods, a nod to Longmont’s agricultural past, so menus rotate throughout the year allowing visitors to experience something new every time they come. Below you can search restaurants by region or cuisine or access our downloadable Dining Guide here.