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  • New breweries on tap in areas south of downtown Colorado Springs

    Beneath the scent of swirling sawdust in the 400 block of South Nevada Street, the smell of hops and beer heralds the upcoming opening of Colorado Springs' newest brewery. There aren't any tables or glasses at Iron Bird Brewing yet, but the tasting of the company's first beer, a Belgian white, is finished and six more brews are in the making...

  • TGI Friday's closure in Colorado Springs could open door to Arizona-based restaurant

    Casual restaurant chain TGI Friday's has closed its longtime northern Colorado Springs location, and Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery might be waiting in the wings to take over the space and enter the local market. Friday's, whose parent company is headquartered in suburban Dallas, closed its restaurant northwest of Interstate 25 and Woodmen Road...

  • TGI Fridays closes its doors in Colorado Springs

    TGI Fridays in Colorado Springs has closed its doors, according to a sign on the restaurant’s door. The sign read: In here, the party’s over. This Fridays location has closed. Thanksf or your past patronage and ‘cheers’ to the good times we’ve had together. Please check Fridays.com for other restaurant locations in nearby cities. The number...

  • Table Talk: Fiddles, Vittles and Vino offers plenty of music, food and beverages at Rock Ledge Ranch

    Fiddles, Vittles & Vino X takes over Rock Ledge Ranch, 3105 Gateway Road, 2-8:30 p.m. Sunday. It's one of the best ways to take in some bluegrass music presented by four bands, sample food from 23 local independent restaurants and sip brews and wines from six local beverage vendors while enjoying the great outdoors. It costs $50 per adult...

  • Wine Guy: Versatility marks chardonnay

    Chardonnay has been America's favorite white wine for around three decades. While quality accounts for much of that popularity, it helps that chardonnay can be made in different styles to appeal to different tastes and occasions. Many wineries attempt to emulate the richness and depth of Burgundy, the benchmark for the grape. Thankfully, at...

  • Video: Get your pork shank on

    The smells of something awesome cooking on the grill permeated The Warehouse Restaurant at 25 West Cimarron St. in Colorado Springs. Food Editor Teresa Farney and I had the pleasure of watching Executive Chef and Owner Chip Johnson prepare a smoked orange chipotle barbecued pork shank. This tasty entrée is a mix of sweet and spicy rolled up...

  • 5 reasons Chipotle still has fans lining up for more

    Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) blew the doors off of its second quarter Monday, and its shares took an after-the-bell leap to an all-time high near $650, double the price hit early last year. Investors are high on the stock for many reasons. Chipotle took the rather stale concept of fast Mexican food and turned it into something new. It's got...

  • McDonald's meat supplier changed expiration dates

    A Shanghai reporter spent two months in the city’s Husi Food Company plant, which supplies meat to McDonald’s and Yum Brands (which owns Pizza Hut and KFC) in China, and found some pretty disgusting practices including falsifying expiration dates and picking food up off the floor and tossing it in processing machines, according to Newser.com....

Chew on this: Top dining spots in the Colorado Springs area.

Thu, May 8, 2014 - 8:20 PM

Here are the 2014 Best of the Springs Dining winners.  Tere's a place for every meal, every taste.

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