What is Colorado Springs’s restaurant scene like?

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Not so long ago, Colorado Springs’s restaurant scene was limited to chains, local hangouts and The Broadmoor . But, like that of Denver, it’s grown by leaps and bounds. Of course, it can’t change its demographics — if you’re expecting to get your pick of sushi bars, falafel huts and dim-sum joints, you’ll be sorely disappointed. But if eclectic contemporary dining is your bag, you’re in luck. The city proper is rife with wine bars and tapas-style boîtes, from the funky to the sophisticated, as well as cute elegant mountain lodges, collegiate bakery-cafés and even a couple of craft beer pubs (Colorado is, after all, a world-renowned suds hub.)

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