Friends of Pasta Jay -



For over twenty years, friends and family have been meeting at Pasta Jay’s for delicious Italian food in a warm, friendly atmosphere.  Loyal patrons who first came to eat and drink at Pasta Jay’s as college students now bring their own children to enjoy the food, and the tradition continues.    With restaurants in Boulder, Moab and Lone Tree, more and more are discovering that Pasta Jay’s really is a restaurant you can call home.

My name is Linda, a fan and friend of Pasta Jay’s restaurants, and you can contact me at FlorenceEm, if you have any stories or pictures about Pasta Jay’s that you’d like to share here.

See you at Pasta Jay’s!

  1. Dear Pasta Jay and Christina,
    Thanks so much for a great meal today. The entire Foothill Staff took a moment to relax, talk, and really enjoy some amazing food– which we rarely take time to do anymore. In fact, the last time the staff took time to enjoy a meal together, I believe you cooked it, Christina. The food today (and last time) was so very much appreciated. Even more, your very kind gesture and support means a lot. Thanks for caring and for thinking of us. You, Pasta Jay and Christina, are the greatest. And we miss you Christina. Holli
    PS Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!

    Comment by Holli — February 26, 2010 @ 2:33 pm
  2. Joe Sargent, Manager of Pasta Jay’s, generously is donating food for 200 people for our Adopt A Platoon fundraiser on April 29th, from 5-8 pm at DCIS. All proceeds will go toward sending care packages to troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    So many thanks to Joe and his staff for their support of our project at our school, The Denver Center For International Studies.

    Comment by Lori Winterbottom — April 21, 2010 @ 10:28 am
  3. Hey Jay:

    Can an ol’ Camp Lu Lay Lea aquaintance stop by for a visit? Our daughter has us running (uh-walking?) the Bolder-Bolder 10-K. I think the elevation may kill us, but we’ll give’ er a try. I’m sure you’re busy…but if you’re around, it would be fun to say hello.

    Cathy Cunningham Lu Lay Lea 1976ish!!!

    Comment by Cathy — May 26, 2010 @ 7:49 pm
  4. Your food is really great.

    Comment by John Carrillo — September 7, 2010 @ 10:26 pm
  5. Greetings Linda and Pasta Jay’s, I must My wife and I loved your food when visiting the Boulder location, we live in Centennial so the location in Lone Tree is perfect. However, once visiting the Pasta Jay’s Website i could not find the address of the Lone Tree location. it took me 20 minutes of hitting every link within a link to find the location and address….. the addresses are located in within the “friends of Pasta Jay’s” this is not user friendly. Not sure who does the website but im sure I could have done better. sorry for the bad comment but at least it is only about the site and not about the Great Food we enjoy every visit at your place.. take care and god bless!!

    Comment by Christian Peters — November 4, 2010 @ 8:09 pm
  6. Thank you!

    Comment by Linda Lee — December 15, 2010 @ 12:49 am
  7. Thanks to Leanne for finding a table for my son, Matt, and me so quickly on a busy Valentine’s Day evening. Leanne, I thoughtlessly left without thanking you, so I wanted you to know how much we appreciated your courtesy. You’re great!
    See you soon.

    Thanks again.


    Comment by Mike McDaniel — February 16, 2012 @ 11:20 am
  8. Thank you for coming to the restaurant! Please come back soon. I’ll make sure Leanne knows of your appreciation.

    Comment by Linda Lee — March 3, 2012 @ 12:14 am
  9. Hey Jay & The Boulder Team – Went to Boulder last week for son’s graduation at CU and stumbled upon Pasta Jay’s. What an amazing surprise! We did many of the “foodie” restaurants in town such as Zollo Grill, Colterra, Salt etc. and you know what? Pasta Jay’s was our favorite!! We ended up doing the touristy thing, with a walking tour of Boulder, which of course included some stops on Pearl. After hours walking around, we just decided that we wanted Italian since the weather was so cold and rainy. My first impression was we were going to a Olive Garden-type restaurant due to it’s size and name. Boy was I wrong! Phenomenal food, good service (Mackenzie?) and just a overall top notch experience. Since we live in Orange County, California we now are making it a point to drive down to your inspirational restaurant, Sonnys, in San Clemente to check it out too! If it’s as good as your location there in Boulder, we found our new Italian restaurant. Anyone there we should ask for?

    Comment by Dan & Pam — May 15, 2012 @ 7:18 pm
  10. Hello,
    I had dinner at your Boulder site about a week ago while traveling to Boulder. I have had lunch there numerous times before with clients and absolutely loved it. When I returned for my first time of trying out dinner recently, I was surprised and disappointed. The food, I had the trio deal, was so overcooked I had to cut the noodles with a knife. It was one of the worst meals I have eaten. The waitress seemed oblivious, wasn’t concerned that I didn’t eat most of it or take it with me, didn’t ask what I didn’t like about it. It was cooked beyond able to eat it. The plate was fire hot and could not be touched. I was so ready for a good meal and so hungry. VERY disappointed. I have my receipt and can produce it, if anyone cares.
    I never complain about food typically, but I made myself a note to make sure I commented on this. There is no email address to send a comment to on the website, so I am trying this one.

    Comment by Tom Baker — March 3, 2013 @ 8:24 pm
  11. Tom, I am so sorry about your experience at the restaurant. I just read your note, and will pass it along to Jay and Leanne.

    Comment by Linda Lee — March 22, 2014 @ 10:52 pm

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