Sunday, March 04, 2007

March Header

by Osman Parvez
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Introducing March's banner. It's from from the Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse, one of our favorite restaurants. In the summer, you'll often find us sitting on the patio, enjoying a mouthwatering meal and listening to the creek gently roll by. Although it's not yet 20 years old, the Teahouse is already quintessential Boulder.

From the Teahouse Website:
In 1987, during his first visit to Boulder, Mayor Maksud Ikramov announced that Dushanbe planned to present our city with a Teahouse to celebrate the establishment of sister city ties. From 1987 -1990, more than 40 artisans in several cities of Tajikistan created the decorative elements our Teahouse, including its hand-carved and hand-painted ceiling, tables, stools, columns, and exterior ceramic panels. Often these skills are handed down from generation to generation within families. Lado Shanidze served as chief architect.







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3 comments:

  1. I have been meaning to eat there for a long time. It's absolutely gorgeous! BTW I'm back in town but this weekend we are going skiing...so maybe next weekend we can get the dawgs together?

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  2. Next week sounds great. I'm totally bed ridden at the moment, layed up with some kind of flu like bug. Actually going to see a doctor tomorrow. Hopefully will be all better by next week.

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