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More than 75 percent of the nation's craft beer brands now feature the Brewers Association's "independent craft brewer" seal on their labels. Photo courtesy of the BA.
Springs Orleans Restaurant (Located at: 123 E Pikes Peak Ave, Colorado Springs, CO. 80903) "Shrimp Etouffée" Thursday May 10, 2018. Photo by Jeff Kearney.
A former Ruby Tuesday restaurant at Powers and Stetson Hills boulevards in northeast Colorado Springs will become home to Hop Jacks, a suburban Seattle casual restaurant chain. Hop Jacks is targeting a mid-August opening for what will be its first Colorado location. RICH LADEN, THE GAZETTE
Jay Gust, left, president of Ascent Restaurant Group has and Brian Blasnek, executive chef for Tapateria and Pizzeria Rustica are opening Smørbrød, a Scandinavian Bistro in the Lincoln Center in June. Photo by Teresa Farney
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Bird Dog BBQ Restaurant “Porkhouse Sandwich” - Pork Sandwich with Coleslaw on top. Served with Potato Salad and a sliced pickle. Thursday October 2, 2014. Photo by Jeff Kearney
Vendors at the The Pikes Peak Market will move to a new location, 315 E. Pikes Peak Ave. at the end of business on May 31. Photo by Teresa Farney
Gazette reporter Seth Boster tries to make a dent in the 7-pound breakfast burrito at Jack-n-Grill in Westminster, Colo., on May 6, 2018. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Donuts are on display at a Hurts Donut Co. location in Coralville, Iowa. The first Hurts Donut store in Colorado will open by mid-June on Colorado Springs' northeast side, at Tutt Boulevard and Barnes Road and just east of Powers Boulevard. COURTESY HURTS DONUT CO. FACEBOOK
Double-Wall Glass French Press ($49.95, williams-sonoma.com. MUST CREDIT: Williams Sonoma
TAPAteria's Paella on the Patio is Saturday and Sunday for moms at 2607 W. Colorado Ave. in Colorado Springs. (Facebook, TAPAteria)