Pub restaurants in Colorado Springs
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In an old exposed warehouse building saved from the wrecking ball in 1993, this local brewery serves a variety of pints and American cuisine in a casual atmosphere with wood floors and furnishings, and an antique bar.
The appetizers can be large enough for a meal, happy-hour pints of house-made blondes, IPAs and stouts are just $2.50 and the downstairs dining room is family-friendly. Locals flock to the upstairs billiards room at night.
A divey bar and grill rich in atmosphere with old dark-wood furnishings, exposed brick walls and a local following, this is one of the coolest spots in Old Colorado City. The menu offers the usual pub grub, but their elk chili is an award-winning dish and worth dropping in for.