45 Manitou Ave.
Manitou Springs, CO 80829
Phone: (719) 685-5455
Fax: (719) 685-1433
45 Manitou Ave., Manitou Springs, CO, US, 80829
- Phone: (719) 685-5455
- Fax: (719) 685-1433
Great Mexican food served in a festive atmosphere. They also have a full bar. Open 7 days a week and can handle groups of up to 30.
Almost as well known for its ability to attract celebrities as it is for its food, this restaurant looks and feels like the quintessential mountain lodge, albeit one with a generous dose of opulence. While the warm wood decor and magnificent stone fireplace are definitely rustic, the menu is more cosmopolitan. Dishes like the Grilled Loin of Wild Boar and Rocky Mountain Elk Steak, along with other beef and wild game selections, will impress even the most discerning diner. A full wine list is also available to complement your meal. Opens from Monday to Sunday from 5pm.
Step into the culture of Morocco for a dining experience that you will not soon forget. Student belly dancers, along with their instructors, perform for diners on Fri and Sat. Try the national dish, cous cous, or any of more than 35 authentic Moroccan entrees. Options include lamb, Tajines, duck and hare. Dishes may be ordered a la carte, or you can opt for the six-course nightly dinner special.
In an area that swells with Old West-style restaurants, this establishment serves as a wonderful taste bud alternative to southwestern fare. This red booth filled establishment provides plenty of room so as not to suffer from the usual Asian restaurant decorating motif of crammed together tables. If you enjoy spice, the menu offers plenty of Thai-spicy dishes, including the Pattaya Seafood and the Pineapple Prawns. There are many vegetarian options. Beer and wine are available.
This rustic crowd-pleaser has history to thank for its name. Located in the building that was the original stage stop for the town, the restaurant still exhibits plenty of Victorian charm. The menu offers a wide assortment of American and international dishes. Many items border on the fringe of normal fare including the slow-roasted buffalo being the perfect example. If you are somewhat less adventurous, stick with the prime rib or one of the many seafood, poultry, vegetarian or pasta choices.
Heart Of Jerusalem Cafe serves authentic Middle Eastern cuisine such as kabobs, gyros, combos and a gluten-friendly menu.
While you're driving down Manitou Avenue spot the burgundy awning, this is where you will find Mona Lisa - one of the most romantic dining destinations in the mountain city. Enjoy sensational fondues in a quiet and intimate atmosphere with your loved one or friends. From traditional cheese fondues to chocolate fondues, the menu has a lot of choices. Patrons can also opt for the preset four-course menu which includes salads, appetizers, a choice of meat or seafood entree and chocolate fondue for dessert. Elegant wines from their personal cellar ensure that evenings are rounded off with a flourish. Walk-ins and reservations are accepted.
This little cafe has cultivated a loyal clientele for years, thanks to a warm and inviting dining room. The open, airy space is filled with lush green plants and antique wooden furnishings—a decor that reflects the diverse menu. Breakfast is the most popular meal served here, thanks to a healthy but tasty selection of foods and juices. The lunch menu features light fare like salads, deli sandwiches and pasta. Dinner includes a wide variety of globally diverse dishes.
Serving lunch and dinner only with fabulous burgers and sandwiches, plus appetizers. A special feature is their relaxing beer garden in a natural setting.
This gem of a place is the dining surprise of Old Colorado City. It is akin to stepping into a restaurant along the Mediterranean coast. The interior is amazingly light and airy, and manages to blend casual with elegance. As the area's only full-service Greek restaurant, it prides itself on complete authenticity. Aegean lamb, brizoles (pork chops) and chicken Mavrodaphne are just some of the Greek dishes that cram its menu. There are also dips, salads and plenty of Greek wines.
Great food featuring corned beef, sandwiches, dinners and homemade pies.
At motif, you'll hear live jazz music playing on weekends-- a great backdrop for a night out. The decor is modern yet comfortable, with green couches and chairs on the patio and plenty of lounge space by the mosaic tiled wall inside. On the martini menu, you'll find such tasty options as the English Cucumber, made with cucumber infused vodka. The menu features small plates and desserts, including the white truffle fries and warm chocolate lava cake.