While I may not be a foodie, I love a great meal. In the last few years the food scene in Colorado Springs has exploded. Between food trucks, craft breweries and trendy locations, you can satisfy almost ANY craving. Seriously! As I am typing this I have an amazing, authentic lobster roll in front of me from a local food truck and if I close my eyes and inhale–it’s like I’m back on the East Coast. (Posting a photo on my Instagram Stories when this goes live!)
For the first time ever, Visit Colorado Springs and the Colorado Restaurant Association’s Pikes Peak Chapter have partnered to officially launch Pikes Peak Restaurant Week. Starting Friday, September 27 through Sunday, October 6, foodies can savor discounted multi-course menus at more than 60 eateries.
Starting Friday, September 27 through Sunday, October 6, foodies can savor discounted multi-course menus at more than 60 eateries.
Based on popular restaurant week structures from across the country, establishments will offer multi-course menus at $15, $30 or $45 per-person tiers. Per-person pricing makes the savings more accessible to a larger audience, regardless of party size.
Pikes Peak Restaurant Week aims to raise awareness of Colorado Springs’ burgeoning food and beverage scene, enticing locals and those along the Front Range, to try something new.
While each participating restaurant will have printed menus onsite, diners can easily access all menus via Pikes Peak Restaurant Week’s web-based app, delivered directly to their device. The app is not required to enjoy the deals, but users who check-in to restaurants will be entered to win one of four grand prize giveaways worth more than $375 in participating restaurant gift cards.
Find a full list of participants and free app details at VisitCOS.com/restaurant-week.
Photos courtesy: VisitCOS