Get Wasted Party!!!!
Royal Flush/ Black Cash/ Yo Hood Entertainment is throwing an EP Release Party at Dragon's Lair! This is going to be the party of the year! Please take your time out to join us for good music, live performances and free bottle give aways! It is going to be on 430 South Circle Drive, Colorado Springs Colorado 80913. You must be 18 to party and 21 to drink. First 10 military will receive half off! The first 10 ladies will receive half off! Price of admission is 10.00! That includes free food! The bottke services include 10 beers for 10.00 and buy one get one free! And that is any drink involved! The official date of this party will be September 28, 2012 at 9:00pm sharp! Get there early to receive these special offers! Please feel free to contact Ford at 720-297-9735. This party will also include a photo shoot for the ladies and a free music video! All local artist are welcome!
The place sucks!
Don't believe everything you read on the internet, Blondie616
Too bad you have to share your food with all the flies...
Very good pulled pork sandwich with Mom's Corn and Pea Salad (think 3 bean with lots of upgrades). They have a great selection of beers on tap as well bottled brewery beers. Service is always great and it's a good family atmosphere. Yup, there's lots of kids. They are people too & generally better behaved than any most impaired adults.
We saw "Swamp Cabbage perform all original music. They advertise themselves as Blues band but that was less than half of what they performed. Not the best band I have ever seen at Front Range, but decent musicians in the Southern Rock tradition. Their equipment was not sufficient to give them a full sound and it's a small area that you have to fill with sound. They were on their 10th show in 11 days and had to drive from Ogden Utah but hey...that's the job. Bring it or take a day off. They seemed to complete their sound check during the first set despite having set up an hour before they started. Unprofessional at the least.
For whatever reason, Front Range gets lots of touring bands, blue grass, folk & singer-songwriters. Many seem to play at the Telluride Blues and other festivals the week before or after. So you see acts for usually no cover that people just paid $60 to see.
SO this place claims to be the only hookah lounge with 2 locations in the Front Range...Hmmmm Well Vibes Hookah Lounge is opening its second location too in Castle Rock, CO.
As far as freaky belly dancers WTF...and to the point of being well kept Vibes is the CLEANEST and CHILLEST Hookah Lounge around, if you have not been there I promise you it will become home to you for smoking hookah after one visit.
We are the best and all your friends are at vibes come see why...
1367 N Academy Blvd
Open 6pm to Late 7 days a week
When it opened, it had potential...a few tweaks here and there...but they tweaked in the wrong direction.
It is now basically a club for some fairly weird people, and if you are not a member of 'the club', you might as well find someplace else because the wait staff will ignore you, find you simply a problem for having woken up in the morning, and a bother for distracting them from the 'club members.'
The beer is interesting if you are smoking dope, but otherwise a good Dales for half the price anywhere else in town should do the trick.
This is the closest sports bar to my house; the wife and I enjoy going here for the occasional beer and lunch/dinner. The only other options around here are large chains; at least for the Cimarron Hills neighborhood. (Rock Bottom and Old Chicago come to mind.)
This is actually a cute sports bar and the food is decent. A 25oz Guinness set me back $6.99 which I felt was a tad bit pricey, but the pours were excellent and the beer fresh. The food prices were good; I had a decent-sized wrap and a cup of some very tasty chicken-tortilla soup for about $10.
So... obviously the profit margin here is made on alcohol, not food. ;) This is true for many restaurants, though.
A few stand-outs - the Buffalo-chicken wrap with fresh carrots and celery as well as the spicy burger (Dynamite burger, or something like that I believe) are very tasty.
The atmosphere is loud and kid friendly, so don't expect this to be a "quiet date night" kinda place. It's a place to bring the kids, have a beer, and watch some sports - with good food and decent if slightly expensive drinks.
Trinity is unique, and Colorado Springs is lucky to have it. First off - go here for the beer. The food is good, yes, but the beer is really the entire reason to experience Trinity. (I think right now they have a Cucumber-Basil Saison on tap - if you aren't into anything more adventurous than a Bud Light, you probably aren't going to enjoy this brewery.)
For the people who rate Trinity poorly; I'm not sure what they expect out of a microbrewery. Trinity has been rated in the top 25 breweries in the world; again, for a community as small as the Springs is; we're lucky to have a place like this. I don't know anywhere else in the city where I can go get beers as wildly different as Trinity offers with appetizers ranging from thick, sliced bacon slices served with maple syrup to vegan fajitas (which are amazing; and I'm not vegan!) - anyway... five stars.
The posting at the top rings true. The owner has some head issues. Nuf sed.
I must say the place has taken a turn for the worst. Don't rely on my comments though, I am not afraid to be wrong.
Trinity has horrible service. We like their beer, but they have no idea how to run a restaurant. They publish hours but stopped service food and beer over an hour early early, both in the restaurant and bar for the last 2 times we were there.
Kelly O'Brian's is a staple in the community... has been as long as I've lived in CS. Great lunch specials, live music, kareoke... friendly staff. Most of all, they have been consistant for years... low turn-over so you see the same smiling faces!
Decided to stop and try the food here when we noticed the specials board while strolling through Old Colorado City - VERY glad we did! They had a lot more than just burgers and bar food. We had the Lettice Wraps as an appetizer and tried a couple of the daily specials - I had Chicken Marsala and the wife had the Sloppy Buffalo. Everything tasted great. Relaxed, friendly atmosphere with very good service. Loved the vintage NFL helmets around the bar - will definitely be back for football season also!!
It's called belly dancing, and his actually one of the best in town... Shame you didn't enjoy the show!!! Try again :-)
I really liked the atmosphere when I first walked in and even the people were decent, but the crowd overall seemed snobish and not willing to mingle. I got over that quickly because I was there to smoke hookah anyways. Maybe five minutes into the night, one of the WORKERS there took off his shirt and started doing this weird bellydance for about 30 minutes. I was there with my boyfriend and it was very uncomfortable. I havent gone back since. If I wanted to see some half naked skinny freak strip, id go to a strip club. I have to admit, it was the most well kept place Ive seen in town for a hookah bar, but the dancing was offputting.
The beers are always good, food could use some improvement.
They really don't seem to give a rip about their patrons, I had a coupon that I paid for, it had a phone # for their business but was wrong. It was Sun. so just thought they were closed. The coupon expired that day and they wouldn't honor it, even though it was their fault for having wrong #. They basically said, tough bounce. They really expect me to ever want to give them any business??!!
Excellent pub-style food and drinks, very friendly, informed and helpful staff, clean and very welcoming.
Wanted: Musicians, performers, dancers and just anyone who wants to appear in a soon to be released Music Video. March Heir is kicking off the summer release of their CD titled "Colorado." Openning act starts at 8:00 PM second Show 10:00 PM. You will be rocked out by the unique sound of this band. Etherial lyrics, singing guitar melodies, and a rythem section that is thunderous. Front man, Tommy Gunn is in the class of Tyler, Jager, and Morrison.Be entertained and be in a music video. March 10, 2012 at 8:00 Pm and second show 10:00 Pm. $5.00 cover first fifty people will get a prerelease CD free.
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