Shuga’s: The Perfect Date Spot

A white structure resembling a small country house, with deep blue doors and an outdoor patio glowing under hanging lights, stands as one of the most darling, delightful restaurants in Colorado Springs. Suggested by its […]

503 W. Colorado Ave.

The seasonal, variable, and landlocked nature of Colorado makes eating fresh and local produce a challenge. Most restaurants in Colorado Springs, therefore, import food from out of state to satisfy the ever-expanding craving for variety […]

Trinity Brewing: Taking Variety Beyond Beer

In most liquor stores, the beer and cider sections are stacked with label art of various styles and techniques. It feels impossible to identify two of the same label, and the choices can become overwhelming. […]

Moxie: Bringing the Life and Color Back Into Veganism

In a generation of veganism, vegetarianism, dairy-free and gluten-free everything, food can start to get a little strange. From the classic veggie burger patty and nut “cheeses,” to products like “Tofurky” (tofu-turkey), and marinated carrot […]

Venture Down the Rabbit Hole

A red glow illuminates a section of the sidewalk on Tejon Street. The lit letters read “The Rabbit Hole” and appear on what first resembles an old telephone booth. It is only upon approaching the […]

Adam’s Mountain Café: A Home Away From Home

Wooden tables that sit underneath matching ceiling frames on a freshly waxed wooden floor, surrounded by scenic paintings by Rocky, a local Manitou Springs artist cause Adam’s Mountain Café to resemble a quaint winter cabin. […]