The best nachos I’ve had in a long time had a lofty name: The Lord’s Chips.
Twelve Thirty One Craft Kitchen provideth.
The food truck found at FH Beerwork East (2490 Victor Place) also boasts some creative tacos and salsas. But seriously, get the nachos, well worth the price, especially if you’re willing to share (full order $14, add $2.50 for meat).
The Lord’s Chips are heavenly and hearty, thick enough to carry the gooey goodness of cheeses, pico de gallo, pickled peppers, sriracha aioli and cilantro lime cream.
They also serve tacos. Pretty tasty ones, according to this review:
I was recently asked the best place to grab a local Colorado Springs brew with good food on a patio. I did not hesitate to answer: Head east t…
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Places to eat and drink in Colorado Springs
When our staff discovers something they love—they share it. On this list of Gazette staff 'Pikes Picks,' you'll find Colorado Springs-area eateries that have impressed and surprised the staff's palates.
It’s no frills at the downtown Green Line Grill— just tasty grub at a price that also seems from yesteryear.
“Welcome to burger heaven,” the cook said as I approached the food truck. Patty’s Gourmet Hamburgers is just that.
Tacos, nachos, burritos and quesadillas galore. Did I mention the exotic Beeritas?
Florissant isn’t known as a place to eat and drink. But I implore you: Go.
A noodle bowl from Nourish Organic Juice is a craveable takeout meal that makes you feel as if you’ve done your body some good.
The custom option for pasta and pizza pies at this downtown pizzeria.
It’s a green chile extravaganza at Colorado Craft.
An extensive number of interesting ingredients and gluten-free option at this pizza chain.
It’s coffee by day, cocktails by night — unless you like it the other way around. Hungry? Try some multicultural fare from a seasonally changing menu.