Finding a new place to eat while traveling is a simple but near universal pleasure. Tasting food, be it something new or familiar, generally makes people happier and feel more fulfilled, especially when the find new food they have a taste for. Colorado springs is a big city, and thus had plenty of eateries and opportunities for you to find something new you enjoy. This short starter list is meant to help point you in the right direction on where to go for food in Colorado Springs.
If you don’t want to be eating store bought cereal every day during a trip or move-in, finding a good place to eat breakfast will be very nice in the wrong run. You won’t have to look too far in Colorado Springs, as a quick walk to 115 South 25th Street, will bring you to Monse’s Pupuseria, breakfast and brunch joint centered around the taste of food from El Salvador. Offering both vegan and gluten-free options for all their meals, Monse’s invites you to relish the flavor of pupusas, tamales and special Salvadoran omelettes. Combine this with a few familiar drinks like Coke and San Pellegrino, all at a great price, and you have the perfect breakfast and brunch stop! Give Monse’s a try once you get to Colorado Springs, you can be sure you won’t regret enjoying a piece of Salvadoran cuisine.
After breakfast comes lunch, along with the times of day when you feel like having a snack or a drink. Eating outlets are typically at their busiest during the middle of the day, since most people are awake and active by then and looking for a bite to eat. Should you find yourself in a similar situation, go to 13021 Bass Pro Drive and try out the Bourbon Brothers Smokehouse and Tavern. A large variety of drinks, along with a full menu of food like burgers, chicken platters, hush puppies, and nearly anything else you could think of, ensures that you will never run out of things to try when you eat there. The Bourbon Brothers Smokehouse fills every niche of a local lunch joint perfectly, and will be a great place to return to eat when you want something familiar and delicious.
Maybe you’ve already had your breakfast and lunch, and now you need a place for a nice dinner. Choosing between restaurants can be difficult depending on what type of dinner you’re going for, whether it’s a one on one date with a significant other or a friend and family get together. One of Colorado Springs’s best examples of one of these restaurants is at 888 Moreno Avenue, the Pepper Tree Restaurant. Go to their site to make a reservation, and you’ll find a menu full of gourmet items like shrimp cocktails, pepper steaks, and chicken picatta. Those of age may also find the drink menu tempting after they see it filled with various types of martinis, wines, and champagne. Perhaps it’s a bit pricey, but that doesn’t stop The Pepper Tree from being the perfect place to finish off your night in Colorado Springs.
Many, many more restaurants and eateries await you in Colorado Springs, much more than were listed here. Want to see what other food joint await you in Colorado Springs? Check out some Yelp reviews or visit the city’s tourism site. You’re bound to find something you’ll be interested in eating in no time.