What late-night activities are offered at The Broadmoor?

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Natalie Wearstler

You don't have to leave The Broadmoor to engage in a little after-hours fun. The Five-Star resort recently opened Play at The Broadmoor, a dining and late-night entertainment hub that offers a full menu, bar service, six lanes of bowling and six wide-screen televisions that are equipped with gaming system favorites like Wii, PlayStation and XBox. Guests are welcome to enjoy lunch and dinner from executive chef Bertrand Bouquin and executive sous chef of restaurants David Patterson's menu daily, with dishes like hte roasted jalapeño corndog, PLAY Burger (with beef, braised short ribs, carmelized onion, bacon and cheddar) and The French Riviera Flatbread (eggplant, zucchini, tomato, olives and basil) standing out as crowd favorites. From 10 p.m. to 1 a.m., however, food service slows down to only the late-night dining menu — though visitors are still welcome to challenge friends and family to a game on the bowling lanes during this time.

Another late-night option is a trip to the Golden Bee, the luxury Colorado Springs resort's newly-refurbished dining and drinking hotspot. Made to look and feel like a 19th-century London pub, the Golden Bee has plenty of space for big crowds with 130 seats and a covered rooftop terrace. It's a great place to mingle with a cold Colorado or European beer and a plate of Scotch eggs with whole grain mustard. Live piano entertainment fills the air nightly from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., and at 10 p.m., the Golden Bee's famous sing-along starts. Make sure your vocal chords are warmed up and ready to go, as the sing-along lasts until midnight.

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