More in food and drink



On Tuesday, I offered you a small pre-Thanksgiving food and drink roundup, which I'm adding to today because that's just how I roll. Oh, and because there's some stuff you might want to know. Let's get to it.

• From The Broadmoor: Those delicious chicken-and-waffles we featured in today's Dine & Dash are not just available in the West Lobby Bar, says marketing and PR manager Lindsey Bradish Hafemeister. Due to their popularity, chef Greg Barnhill is adding them to the breakfast buffet at Charles Court: "The plan is to add it as a stand-alone item on the breakfast menu as well, but for now it will be on the buffet," says Hafemeister.

Amandas Fonda: still talking expansion under its new ownership.
  • Bryce Crawford
  • Amanda's Fonda: still talking expansion under its new ownership.

Also, in honor or re-earning its five star ratings from the Forbes Travel Guide, The Broadmoor's Penrose Room will offer a $68, three-course celebration menu from Dec. 30 through April 30. Visit its website for more on celebratory room packages as well.

The Colorado Springs Business Journal reported yesterday that the first new Amanda's Fonda location in a planned expansion by the new owners will be at a former Village Inn at 8050 N. Academy Blvd.

• Some upcoming releases from Trinity Brewing Co.: Chilly Water Black Porter, Friday, Nov. 25; Extreme Winter Beer, Thursday, Dec. 8; Emma's Coffin Pumpkin Saison, Friday, Dec. 9.

• And last week, AspenPointe opened a new training facility for disenfranchised individuals: the AspenPointe Café at the El Paso County Citizens Service Center at 1675 W. Garden of the Gods Road.

Add a comment

Clicky Quantcast