There have been some changes brewing at Phantom Canyon over the past year or so, and they’re good. I’ve been regularly popping in for lunch, happy hour, brunch, and even a beer release or two, and slowly but surely, they’ve won me back over.
Colorado Mountain Brewery may be known for it’s house brews on tap, but the real stars of the restaurant are some of the side and dessert courses. The brussel sprouts are tender and flavorful, the bread pudding is gooey and sweet and most menu items in general are consistently very good. It’s a great casual option whether you’re on the north or south side of town, since there are two locations in the Springs.