It has been a fantastic and busy summer so far for the ladies of BPR!

We are thrilled to welcome the iconic Colorado restaurant, The Fort, to our client roster. Located in southwest Denver, The Fort is an award-winning restaurant with a tantalizing menu featuring beef, buffalo, wild game and seafood, with a flare reminiscent of the early West.

Established in 1963, The Fort is on the National Register of Historic Places. A full-scale adobe replica of Bent’s Fort, an important fur-trading fort built in southeastern Colorado (1833-1849), the building also houses Tesoro Cultural Center. The purpose of Tesoro, which means “treasure” in Spanish, is to educate the public about 19th century Southwestern history, focusing on the many cultures that make up the region’s art and history.

We’re excited to dive fork-first into one of Colorado’s most infamous dining experiences, and share its many stories along the way.

In other news, Travel + Leisure announced the results of its 2015 World’s Best Awards, and for the first time, Boulder’s St Julien Hotel & Spa has been recognized as one of the Top 25 Large City Hotels in the Continental United States. St Julien has been an annual member of the Conde Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice list for some time, and it is a huge accomplishment that the hotel is now recognized by two of the top travel publications in the world as one of the top hotels in the country.


The Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards rely on guest experiences, and hotel rankings are based on readers’ ratings of five characteristics: Rooms, location, service, dining and value.

Congrats to the entire team at St Julien Hotel & Spa!