I am thrilled to announce that the Beehive restaurant has officially opened doors in Boulder, CO.  For the past few months I’ve been consulting on the interior design + graphics, so I’m pretty thrilled about how it turned out. Electic but clean (white, of course) with an unmistakably welcoming + chill demeanor. The cool cats behind this food-lover’s mecca are my cousin, a wine importer who will be popping bottles of insanely rare ‘reserve’ cuvees at equally insane prices, and his wife Janice, the proprietor and true definition of passionate chef + lover of all things delicious. Drawing inspiration from the beats of quirky Brooklyn establishments and seeking local + wide for the best ingredients (from plump Colorado peaches to a David Chang praised ham sent in from native state of Kentucky).

recognize this table? two slabs of pine beetlekill make for an uber chic community table. minimal, modern, monochromatic chairs balance the vintage finds.

repurposed Ball jars pendants from Michigan.

Mention JJ SCHOLL on your first visit to receive a complimentary glass of Spasso Prosecco and delicious basket of freshly baked breads.

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8 thoughts on “buzzing.

  1. Barbara Elenteny on said:

    Hi Jenny,
    Thanks so much for helping Janice with the design- looks wonderfully clean and inviting. Also for the photo layout, its looks so professionally done. We can’t wait to have our dining experience there.

    Barbara Elenteny

  2. Mike Foulk on said:

    Looks and sounds great! Can’t wait to make the trip from Queens, NY!

  3. Vinnie Grande on said:

    The place looks incredible and I know without a doubt the menu will be the reason for all of your success. Congratulations!!!

  4. Deanna Monet on said:

    Congratulations! Looking forward to trying everything delicious!

  5. Shari Grande on said:

    Congratulations, Janice and Tim. The place looks amazing and as Vin said, the food will be reason for everyone to return. I am so thrilled you and wish many years of success and enjoyment.

  6. Congratulations, Janice and Tim! It was a lot of work transforming the space but it looks glorious!

  7. Joan and Bob Lansdell on said:

    How wonderful to see a little bit more of the restaurant. The design elements shown in the pictures look so refreshing and intriguing. So cannot wait to to see it in person and enjoy one of everything on the menu! Congratulations, Janice and Tim!

  8. judith lee on said:

    Love your post and the Prosecco and breads look fabulous.

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