New steakhouse to open in downtown Boulder

BOULDER — Steakhouse No. 316, a new establishment from Aspen restaurateurs Craig and Samantha Cordts Pearce, is expected to open Friday in a location near Boulder’s Pearl Street Mall.

The new restaurant will be at 1922 13th St., the space formerly occupied by Conor O’Neills Irish pub, which closed in April 2017.

The Cordts Pearces, owners of CP Restaurant Group, operate four restaurants in Aspen: The Wild Fig, The Monarch, CP Burger and the original Steakhouse No. 316.

Following the popularity of the Aspen original, the boutique steakhouse offers a contemporary menu specializing in prime steaks served cast-iron skillet up alongside fish, fowl, decadent appetizers and sides,” according to a Steakhouse No. 316 news release.

Steak options will include traditional cuts such as prime bone-in filet, Kansas City strip, cowboy ribeye and porterhouse, the release said. The restaurant will also offer alternative cuts such as American Kobe flat iron, bison filet, natural whisky dry-aged New York strip and a pork tomahawk.

Steakhouse No. 316’s new Boulder location will seat about 120 diners.

BOULDER — Steakhouse No. 316, a new establishment from Aspen restaurateurs Craig and Samantha Cordts Pearce, is expected to open Friday in a location near Boulder’s Pearl Street Mall.

The new restaurant will be at 1922 13th St., the space formerly occupied by Conor O’Neills Irish pub, which closed in April 2017.

The Cordts Pearces, owners of CP Restaurant Group, operate four restaurants in Aspen: The Wild Fig, The Monarch, CP Burger and the original Steakhouse No. 316.

Following the popularity of the Aspen original, the boutique steakhouse offers a contemporary menu specializing in prime steaks served cast-iron skillet up alongside fish, fowl, decadent appetizers and sides,” according to a Steakhouse No. 316 news release.

Steak options will include traditional cuts such as prime bone-in filet, Kansas City strip, cowboy ribeye and porterhouse, the release said. The restaurant will also offer alternative cuts such as American Kobe flat iron, bison filet, natural whisky dry-aged New York strip and a pork tomahawk.

Steakhouse No. 316’s new Boulder location will seat about 120 diners.