When your hobby is eating and drinking your way through Colorado Springs, it’s pretty easy to gain weight. And while some weeks I eat healthier than others, I make it a point to work out regularly to stay healthy. In a place like Colorado, there are fitness studios and gyms around every corner, not to mention […]
I’ve been pretty absent from writing actual blog posts for the past year or so. And I have zero excuses. But that’s changing, and so is Springs Native. As much as I love writing about the food and drink community in Colorado Springs, I do think there’s a space for more of the Colorado Springs lifestyle to be put on display.
The Principal’s Office, located inside Ivywild School, has always had stellar bartenders and tasty cocktails, but the food menu was usually a bit hit or miss. Or at least it used to be. I stopped by for their all night Monday happy hour, and of course it turned into a happy four hours because… PO has debuted a new food menu that will make you beg for detention.
The past year has been one change after another for me when it comes to my personal and work life. And although I have continued to explore the Colorado Springs restaurant scene, unfortunately Springs Native had to take a backseat. There is good news though – summertime is coming up! That means it’s the season to eat and drink on the patio, which is pretty much a sport for me.
After being closed for almost two years, Seven Falls reopened on Thursday renamed the Broadmoor Seven Falls. With a new restaurant and almost $12 million worth of renovations, the local attraction is looking good. I got a sneak peek Wednesday during its grand reopening, and there are a few key things to know before making a trip to the beautiful Colorado Springs spot.
When my best friend Lauren came to visit Colorado we stayed a night in Denver. When we woke up in the morning, we grabbed breakfast at the Denver Biscuit Company. We walked into the local restaurant rejuvenated from our short jog, but left feeling three pounds heavier from the ridiculously large plates we were served. It was awesome and miserable.
Every once in a while my friends find a restaurant that they enjoy and I just don’t care for it. Nosh used to be one of those places, until this past weekend. After a second night of dinner and drinks at the downtown restaurant, I’ve decided I’ll be spending many more happy hours drinking Sangria and munching on salad on their patio.