Jay’s daughter Josie grew up loving her dad’s Marinara.
“I put it on everything, from pasta to poached eggs!”
The sauce is available for sale at Pasta Jay’s and select local markets.
Pasta Jay’s, Boulder’s most beloved Italian restaurant, is 26 years young today!
To celebrate the occasion, and thank our customers, fans and friends, we offer our famous Eggplant Lombardi for a rollback price of $8.99.
That’s right, from now until year’s end, Pasta Jay’s will offer our signature eggplant dish for a good old fashion price.
Thanks For 26 amazing years!
Pasta Jay wishes to thank all those who visited despite parking issues and construction during four months of Boulder’s downtown beautification project. Though the project continues, the work by your favorite Italian restaurant is finished.
And that means one thing: THE PATIO BAR IS OPEN AND READY TO ROCK. Come celebrate with us and toast the City of Boulder for a job well done.
Author, Musicologist and Board Member of Colorado Music Hall of Fame celebrated his new book about the Telluride Colorado Music Scene Friday night at Past Jay’s in Boulder. G gathered with his lovely wife, editor, designer and other members of his team, and friends for dinner. He had some final proofs of the book with him, and it was exciting to look at the photos and read about Colorado’s own jewel, Telluride, and it’s musical legacy. Watch out for this book; it will be great.
Dan Daru, of KDVU Fox 31 News, learns how Pasta Jay’s makes its marinara sauce.
Friends and fans of Colorado Buffalo football player Darian Hagan stopped by to say hello to Hagan, at Pasta Jay’s. who held a reception in Hagan’s honor today.
In October, former University of Colorado quarterback Darian Hagan learned that he would be inducted into the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame as part of the 2014 class. The induction ceremony is April 17.
To celebrate, Pasta Jay’s is holding a reception in Hagan’s honor on Sunday at 3 p.m. CU fans are welcome to stop by at 1001 Pearl Street to congratulate Hagan and enjoy passable appetizers and pizza, “Pasta Jay” Elowsky said Thursday.
Fellow CU greats such as Alfred Williams, Mike Pritchard and Deon Figures are expected to attend.
Hagan came to Colorado in 1988. He quarterbacked the Buffs to their only national championship in 1990.
Hagan went 28-5-2 as a starter for the Buffs, including 20-0-1 in Big Eight Conference play. He finished his career with 3,801 passing yards and 2,007 rushing yards.
Hagan still serves as the Buffs’ Director of Player Development.
Hagan will go into the Hall of Fame with former CU basketball coach Forrest “Frosty” Cox, former Denver Broncos running back Otis Armstrong, former Colorado Rockies slugger Todd Helton, former Colorado College football and hockey great Andy Gambucci and former Denver Post columnist Dorothy Mauk.
The class will be honored at the 50th annual induction banquet at the Denver Marriott City Center.