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Dining review: Custom pizza pies and delicious cake at Anthony's in Colorado Springs

Stretch, twirl and toss. Repeat. → Read More

Korean Garden of delights in Fountain

The empty tables inside Korean Garden in Fountain were enough to accommodate the long line of people waiting inside, but no one made a move to take a seat, so → Read More

Dining review: Belly up to the bar at The Famous

Dining at a restaurant bar has so many advantages that I almost hate to share them, and a recent experience at The Famous A Steak House was no exception. In → Read More

Fish and chips await at The Chippy in Colorado Springs

The Chippy — Authentic British Fish ‘n’ Chips is a casual place for, you guessed it, fish and chips. Although the bill of fare includes pastries and pies, none was → Read More

Dining review: Fish and chips await at The Chippy in Colorado Springs

The Chippy — Authentic British Fish ‘n’ Chips is a casual place for, you guessed it, fish and chips. Although the bill of fare includes pastries and pies, none was → Read More

Happy Belly Tacos in Colorado Springs will make your taste buds merry

Bright, colorful, festive-looking Happy Belly Tacos elevates basic Mexican street food with creative, satisfying spins. The neighborhood might be off-putting to some. This could explain — at least on our → Read More

Colorado's Rib and Chophouse is a carnivore's delight

I know the Powers corridor of Colorado Springs is where the people are, but there are a handful of restaurants I wish were more centrally located. Colorado’s Rib and Chop → Read More

Dining review: Mexican restaurant west of Colorado Springs full of flavor — and lettuce

Los Carnales Mexican Food easily could be called dos carnales, because the day I visited the two men working in the small, nondescript eatery operated in sync as if brothers → Read More

Brother Luck shows his good fortune at Lucky Dumpling

It felt fortuitous that Brother Luck’s was the first face I saw when entering Lucky Dumpling, his newest restaurant. I recalled my first exposure to his cuisine in the very same space many years and dining experiences ago. → Read More

Dining review: Mo's in Manitou Springs will have you coming back for more

Mo’s Diner and Lounge in Manitou Springs is one of those places that’s been part of my peripheral vision for years. You know the kind where if you had a nickel for every time you drove past, you could retire and travel with no worries. → Read More

Classic (and quality) Italian found in Old Colorado City, in spite of name

Dere’s dis restaurant with a nonsensical name that belies the quality of the food: Dat’s Italian. Once getting past the appellation, I fully enjoyed my meal at the restaurant in the Old Colorado City area of Colorado Springs. → Read More

Dining Review - Maco's Tacos is street food at its best

Thanks to food trucks, street food has more than one connotation, and Maco’s Tacos exemplifies the best of all worlds: It’s made-to-order fresh, is inexpensive and is served on the street — or in a parking lot. → Read More

Dining review: Grease-free onion rings, exotic burgers worth trip to Manitou

Despite having a party of 65 seated shortly before us at Border Burger Bar in Manitou Springs, there was a silver lining. The staff, from the kitchen to front of the house, was prepared for the onslaught. → Read More

Stube, a cozy restaurant, lives up to its name

The Stube in Palmer Lake has a limited number of seats inside, so when each is occupied, it can feel as intimate as a family gathering. That’s not one bit romantic, but at least it offers a potentially interesting meal. → Read More

Dining review: Everything you ever wanted can be had at Urban Steam

Urban Steam might be considered on the wrong side of the tracks, but only if you’re stuck waiting for a train to pass while en route to this eclectic combo coffee house, happy hour locale and breakfast/lunch venue with an innovative menu. → Read More

Dining review: Celebratory marigold perfect name for delightful café and bakery

Marigold Café and Bakery was a big part of the city’s culinary landscape for 25 years. In 2017, however, the eatery was sold. I’m happy to report that in the two-plus years since Ghassan “Gus” Nehme assumed ownership, the popular restaurant’s reputation remains intact for its house-baked breads and pastries, exceptional service and continental cuisine prepared with high-quality ingredients. → Read More

Tasty fondue 'worlds' await in Manitou Springs

April 11 was National Cheese Fondue Day, but don’t worry about the date. Communal tabletop cooking is celebrated every evening at The Mona Lisa Fondue Restaurant. → Read More

Dining review: Springs restaurant specializes in fresh-fish bowls

When it comes to food, poke doesn’t mean a jab or putting your right foot in or left foot out. As The International Poke Co. demonstrates, poke (pronounced pokeh) is cubed raw salmon or ahi tuna. → Read More

Six Colorado Springs early-childhood centers receive grants to build outdoor learning classrooms

Six early-childhood education centers in Colorado Springs have been selected to receive $5,000 seed grants to create outdoor learning environments from a two-year-old program of The National Wildlife Federation. → Read More

Dining review: Historical setting with delectable, memorable food in Manitou

Even history can’t upstage the fine cuisine at the Briarhurst Manor Estate in Manitou Springs, which has plenty of evidence of bygone days, including decor teeming with antiques and a flyer presented with the menu that details the building’s past. → Read More