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Eat & Drink

Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region are home to an array of local breweries, distilleries, wineries and even a few cideries. Pair a pint glass with a gorgeous regional trail to experience all that this beautiful city has to offer. 

There's nothing like finding fresh, farm produce. From hand-crafting your own goat cheese, to understanding a meat curing process, the Pikes Peak region offers this agricultural experiences.

Create Goat Cheese

In addition to Mexico's independence from France, the 5th of May is also the perfect excuse to whip up a south of the border cocktail and a taco or two. Try these Colorado Springs area inspired drinks and fish tacos to round out your fiesta's menu. 

Natural Epicurean's Paloma


Over Easy - University Village location 

Is there anything better than the sweet combination of lunch and dinner? Savory dishes that end with just desserts and maybe even a mimosa. From overflowing buffets to egg soufles, these brunch stops never disappoint. 


Colorado has always been the cream of the crop when it comes to barley and hops. Local lovers of spirits and liqueurs are breaking the mold with small-batch, hand-created spirits at new distilleries around the region. Whether a pre-dinner warmup, or pre-game night on the town, these tasting rooms are sure to delight.

The Colorado Springs food scene continues to burst with flavor. From Zagat-recognized eateries to Food Network features, there’s never a dull dish. Those looking for an extra special experience can visit these restaurants for an intimate evening or afternoon like no other.

Credit Leah Travels

Deep-fried delicious with jellies, creams and chocolate. How can you not be a fan? Here are a few of the best places to grab a rounded treat like no other. 

Recipe Courtesy of Avenue Hotel B & B 

2 (8 ounce) packages cream cheese, softened