• Anniversary Sale!

    Deals in the Village

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    This month, the Village is joining in McGuckin’s anniversary celebration! From September 18-22, simply show your McGuckin Hardware receipt at a number of participating merchants in the Village Shopping Center to receive some great deals.

Shopping local has never been easier!

The Village is located between Arapahoe and Canyon, Folsom and 28th Street, in the heart of Boulder. It offers more than 90% locally owned businesses, including many of Boulder’s mainstays. With over 40 shops, restaurants and services, you’ll find what you need at the Village.

What’s New

  • Deals & Dining at McGuckin Tent Sale, Aug 15-18

    Could McGuckin Hardware‘s beloved Tent Sale, August 15 – 18. get any better? Why, yes, yes it could! Because after shopping, you can head to the following Village restaurants and present your Tent Sale Receipt for a special offer or discount. Participating Village restaurants include:
    • Brewing Market – 20% off any purchase
    • Le Peep – 15% off your meal purchase
    • Osaka’s – 20% off your lunch purchase
    • Shine Restaurant & Potion Bar – 2-for-1 Magic Libations with entree purchase
    • Vero – 15% off your meal puchase
    • Vitality Bowls – $3 off any medium or large smoothy or bowl
    • Woodgrain Bagels – 15% off any purchase
    • Yellowbelly – free side w/any chicken plate, sandwich or salad purchase

  • Relax, you’re in good hands

    Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa opened its doors this fall in the Village Shopping Center. This full service spa provides services to relax your mind, soothe your body, and delight your senses. When you step inside the spa, you immediately feel a sense of peace with its clean, modern decor and down-to-earth staff. Check them out for introductory offers and holiday gift deals:

  • Osaka’s, Japanese fare like you’ve never tasted

    Bringing a unique taste of Japan to Boulder, Osaka’s is now open in the Village Shopping Center! Come try an Osaka burger, which scarcely resembles a burger at all. These handheld sandwiches start with buns called “okonomiyaki” made of either kale of cabbage. You choose a filling of fish, beef, pork, noodles, or vegetables. Really, these artistic pieces are as gorgeous as they are delicious. See what Eater-Denver has to say: Tradition Meets High-Tech at Boulder’s Next Japanese Eatery



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