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We are proud to introduce: the Bring Spice Home Menu

a weekly-changing menu of daily specialties you can easily order online or by phone.


Here’s how it works:

–Meals are available for Curbside Pick Up or Delivery, during the window of 3-5pm, Monday- Friday.

–To place an order online, HERE or tapping the big orange button below.

–If you have any questions, or would prefer to call in your order, give us a ring at 303-443-4049. Our team is here to serve you!

–Each menu item is designed as a full dinner portion for one adult. At this time we are unable to accommodate substitutions.

What are the restrictions?

–Our meals must be purchased at least 24 hours in advance. If you would like to purchase meals for multiple days within the same order, you may do so; however, our meals are made fresh daily and therefore you will not be able to pick up multiple days’ worth of meals at once.

–There is no minimum order size on Curbside Pick Up orders. There is a $50 minimum on Delivery orders.

–To receive delivery, you must be located within 20 miles of our commercial kitchen, located at 2108 55th Street Suite 115  Boulder, 80301.

–At this time, in order to ensure stability for both our kitchen staff and product, we are implementing a strict no-cancellation-refund policy.

Current Menus

Each serving is conveniently portioned in ethically sourced compostable (where possible) packaging and will include individually-packaged compostable cutlery if you need it. Each meal will include detailed instructions for reheating as well as dietary restriction notes where applicable.

Questions? Call us at 303.443.4049 or send our Director of Sales, Christina Mendelson, an email at cmendelson@aspiceoflife.com.

Additional Community Resources:

–Dave Query, owner of the Big Red F Restaurant Group (West End Tavern, Centro Mexican Kitchen, The Post Brewing Co., and many more), put the current indescribable situation into words in a thoughtful piece for 5280 Magazine. 

–Looking to do something simple, free, and easy to help out the restaurant industry? Join us in signing a petition calling for governmental actions to support the companies and employees whose livelihood hangs in the balance.

–Are you a service industry worker in need of help? Would you like to know how to help out the service industry? Check out this list of resources compiled by 5280 Magazine and share it among anyone who needs help during this time.

–Colorado Bartender’s Guild has introduced an initiative to provide meals for displaced hospitality industry workers. Get involved, either through signing up for meal service or donating so this great cause can stay afloat, by clicking here.

–Want to stay apprised of what your favorite local restaurants, bars, and caterers are doing as our uncertain situation unfolds? Find and follow hashtags like #WeGotThisDenver, #StrongerTogether, #CurbsideColorado and #CurbsidePickup on Instagram and check up on the small businesses who desperately need YOUR support.