Main Street in this instance is Colorado Springs' Downtown.
The Well at 315 Pikes Peak Avenue is Colorado Springs’ newest food hall, featuring four new restaurants, as well as a café and bar. Local foodies can expect to find a variety of offerings including Asian street eats, authentic tacos and pozole, elevated comfort food packed with flavor, and a Chicago-inspired deli and sub shop to round out patrons' options.
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The café and bar are run by Simpatico Hospitality and they strive to give you the service you never knew you wanted. The café will feature a walk-up window as well as drawing coffees from all around the country with their multi-roaster coffee program. They anticipate offering cuppings for coffee aficionados once things get rolling. If coffee isn’t your thing, tea and juice as well as baked goods are on the menu, as well, to satisfy any palette.
The bar will offer happy hour seven days a week and a special on Rose-Some-of-the-Day on Friday afternoons. Wine tastings and cocktail showcases will also give patrons something to look forward to. Patrons can expect the cocktails to change seasonally and be crafted around the menus the food hall will be offering.
- Red Star Subs and Deli offers a great selection of sandwiches, salads and charcuterie options with flavors from across country and an extra touch of Chicago.
Dun Sun is a family-owned, fast-casual, Asian-inspired street eats concept with tacos, bowls and sandwiches.
Inspired by Midwestern roots, Noble burger showcases classic fare from Minnesota and Wisconsin, as well as new interpretations of standard sandwiches, sides and burgers.
Kumbala specializes in barbacoa and pozole–authentic Mexican fare and comfort cuisine. And every menu item is gluten free.
Gift Horse Bar & Cafe is an all-day concept serving coffee drinks, pastries and a full bar.
The building is a gem, restored to its former art deco glory that once housed an auto repair shop and a bus depot, but with a Colorado twist. The courtyard will offer activities like bocci ball, corn hole, giant connect four, as well as live music.
What one might not see in the comfortable seating, colorful murals and spacious gathering areas are the offices in the east part of the building. These offices are now housing a philanthropy collective focused on investing in Colorado Springs through mission-related community development by means of economic development.
These philanthropists are looking to bring the community together through food and fun while working in the background to look for more out-of-the-box ways to grow the community we all know and love.
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