As my smoked chicken nachos appetizer arrive at my table in Boulder’s newest outdoor dining patio, I’m still getting over the fact that I’m sitting in what used to be the parking lot of the Boulder Daily Camera. That building was demolished last year to make way for the new, massive (for Boulder) structure at 1048 Pearl St. Eureka!, the first ground-level restaurant to open in the space, offers Angus chuck burgers from Open Prairie and creative options like a Fresno Fig Burger, a patty slathered with fig marmalade, goat cheese, bacon, arugula and a spicy porter mustard. They’re doing brunch on weekends, slinging $5 bloodies and mimosas to wash down huevos with turkey chili, or a Creole Benedict with fried green tomato, Virginia ham and mustard hollandaise. 1048 Pearl St., Boulder; 11 a.m.-11 p.m., 11 a.m.-midnight Thursday-Saturday, brunch 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday-Sunday; 720-259-3636.