Some people may argue that Colorado Springs, Colorado, seems to be in the gourmet darkness of its richer neighbor to the north, Denver. Yet, the cooks, restaurant owners, and workers in this First Range destination focus on extending the cooking barriers a little farther. At the same time, they are still upholding the culinary and cooking practices that have previously been a part of this beautiful urban paradise at the bottom of the Rockies.
Locals, travelers, and hotel guests praise the Lake Terrace Dining Room’s Weekend breakfast. You get to choose from 150+ mouthwatering items. The Summit presents different dishes with locally made ingredients that pay much attention to the perfect view of the Rockies. When appreciating the tall crystal wine turret housing more than 400 bottles, luxuriate in the roasted Colorado lamb loin or the Colorado hunters-style roasted beef steak.
El Taco Rey has been delivering Colorado-style Local cuisine for a long time. For its green chile, the hole in the wall has won countless national, provincial, and international prizes but is still managed by the Aguilars’ children and grandchildren. Tacos, burritos, and enchiladas are always on the menu, and they are all paired with Spanish rice or any other compliment.
Chef Brother Luck is a famous chef in Colorado Springs, seen on the celebrity cooking shows like “Top Chef” and “Chopped.” The food at Four by Brother Luck is a combination of food styles from the Top Corners region. If you visit Colorado, it is a must-try restaurant. On a family estate, The Margarita at Pine Creek has been delivering comfy food specialties with an ever-changing menu based on the changing, real and local ingredients. Each day of the menu is unique, but you could still expect many classic favorites.
All in all, if you visit Colorado Springs must try these food spots with your friends and family as each has its unique specialty and a fiery menu that attracts its audience and travelers.