Pretty sweet place. Easy going, great bartenders. Great place to grab a cold one.
This place is so cool. If you wanna have a great time, eat great food , listen to great music, and experience problably one of the most handsome, fun , and greatest hosts you shall ever be graced by; then this is the place. Darryl, with his huge passion for music, good whiskey, and all the right moves to prove it, he alone makes it worth a beatiful ride up the pass just to see him! Add great music , a huge dance floor , n all the fabulous indulgements; lets just say: DONT MISS IT! you wont be disapointed.
In the last week we have eaten here 4 times! Once was take out pizza and the rest was dine in. Everything i have had has been spot on and just flat out good food and plenty of it. The staff is very friendly and there is always someone checking on you to see if you need your drink refilled or anything else for that matter.
bouncers and door guys are really bad at there job I had 2 drinks will never go back. Oh $8 dollars for one drink don't think so. I'm going to make sure to tell everyone I know not to go there and have them pass it along to.
This is the best venue we played at in on our tour... Pro everything it is the real deal and legit... How did they do this and how do they keep doing what they are doing?
No bar who cares its just great/ If your band gets to play there it will be one of the best venues you will have ever played... If there were more stars they would deseve it... Its like a family + we were treated like royality.. hats off to you guys we loved it!! If your touring thru colorado springs this is it!!
Great club revived, but not a place for Martini Shot or disco!
Young Austin and his band were magnificent. This 15 year old really rocked the house! He's a dynamic interactive guitar player and performer ~ He's definitely another Jimmy Hendrix! In addition and to top it all off, he can play and sing the blues like nobody can! Awesome doesn't come anywhere close to describing how talented he is!
The beer is 5 stars. 5 stars for the house brews and 5 stars for the large variety of excellent guest brews. I always have a fovorite or two to drink and a new one to sample. Food os goof, not great. They are not trying to be a restaurant...they ae supplementing the beer. Service has been friendly.
One more comment on the Goth Night. We love having it. We'd love to expand it and I'd love to book some goth bands if you know of any locally or in state. In order to grow Goth Night there needs to be a good showing for it each week. It's getting better all the time. That said, your suggestions about how it could improve are always welcome. I know Gentle always has an open ear and is looking to make it as good as it can be. So, thanks for your feedback.
Working hard on the bar food scenario. I have been booking the shows there for the last couple months and I agree that food is a huge plus for any place. I kind of look at it like this... my favorite places in Denver (to see shows) all have some sort of food attached or next door. So, that would be a win-win for Zodiac. Hopefully, we can make it happen in the near future.
I WOULD RATE THIS PLACE TRIPLE ZERO, UNFORTUNATELY I HAVE TO LEAVE A ONE STAR AND IT HURTS. RUDE, NO CUSTOMER SERVICE. THEY ACT AS IF THEY ARE DOING YOU A FAVOR. HOGS WOULDN'T EVEN EAT THAT FOOD. IF YOU ENJOY BURN SOGGY SOUR FRIES, THIS IS THE PLACE FOR YOU. NOW I KNOW WHY THE PLACE IS ALWAYS EMPTY. THE OWNER IS A HOLE TOO. BAD ENERGY IN THAT PLACE, VERY NEGATIVE.GREAT PLACE TO GO UTE INN (WOODLAND PARK), AWESOME, FRIENDLY OWNER & EMPLOYEES, ALSO RECOMMEND THE SILVER TONGUE DEVIL SALOON (GREEN MOUNTAIN FALLS).
It is fun and corny songs are part of why it is. A very authentic UK style pub with prices that won't kill too bad considering it's part of the Broadmoore.
Good food and a great atmosphere.
Neighborhood Lounge says it all. This place is in the Cimarron Hills neighborhood on Peterson and Palmer Park in a little strip mall shopping center. Locals abound everyday and are generally very welcoming. Drink prices are very reasonable and the bartenders are very friendly.
Lunch specials are the norm Tuesday through Friday and are also priced right and full of homemade goodness. Open faced steak sandwich (a NY strip no less), meatloaf and the famous green chili smothered buritto.
A pool room with 3 tables and 3 dart boards (2 plastic and one steal tip).
Live music is only on occasion. Karaoke every Friday night though.
The crow is diverse as it ranges from construction worker to PHD.
Go there and feel welcome
Wyatts is a breath of fresh air for this neighborhood. The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming plus the food is delicious. We have nothing but good things to say about Wyatts. Welcome to the neighborhood.
My dad (Scotty) owned the Keg for 20 years before Mud bought it and I must say the food now is 1000 times better now than it ever was... It is a neighborhood bar and they don't take kindly to being hasseled... Even if you're right, it don't matter...
there's plenty of other good neighbor bars all within walking distance of the Keg...
try one of them next time...
Wow, such negative comments on this place. When you have everyone stating how bad this place sucks, why would anyone want to come here. I just moved to Colorado Springs, and the big sign outside caught my eye. I was thinking about going to Copperhead for my Anniversary, but forget it now. If a place is great and had awesome customer service, then the owner would not have to a big stupid sign outside of its establishment. Way to go Copperhead. You lost a customer, and I did not even visit you yet. Please get a clue!!
Gotta love this place! It is the mold by which true live music clubs in the Springs were formed! Thanks to the "King of Colorado Springs live rocknroll clubs and original legendary owner George Harrison. ALWAYS will he be loved and NEVER forgotten . Rest-Assured now that all the girls in heaven are now kissed regularly!! Oh yes- the bar- it still rocks better than ever ! Go see for your self and ask for Johanna she is one unforgetably georgrous hostess that keeps this legendary club rockin on through the ages!
I visited this establishment for the firt time on June 4, 2011 with two friends. It was after the wine fest and we wanted to sit, have some drinks, and have some food. One of the persons with us was the DD, so she ordered water. My friend and I recieved our drinks right away, but the water for the DD took 20 minutes. I found the bartender and asked him for the water, explaining it had taken 20 minutes. When the water came it was brown and dirty. My friend (not the DD) asked the bartender for another water, explaining the one he sent was dirty. At that time he pointed at me and said I was "hasseling him" already about the water and refused to replace it. When I asked for the owner he falsely claimed to be the owner (I found out by calling later) and told me to leave "his " bar. He even went so far as to call the police to make me leave, though I was waiting for the DD to come back from the restroom. When I called later to find out who the owner was he answered the first time and told me he wouldn't get into trouble because his mom owned the bar. IDK if mom wants her business run like that, but if this is any indication of how it is going to be run, then I and my associates will frequent another establishment. Love Manitou, very much dislike the Keg. I can't rate the food or value because I was told to leave before it came.
I have been to the Red Martini multiple times, and have ALWAYS had awesome service. The bartenders are great, always welcoming, remembering your name and previous conversations... like old friends, and are very knowledgeable about their mixology. I have taken lots of friends there and they always comment on what a great place it is. The entertainment isnt always stellar, but I go there for the drinks, so I'm good with that.
Can be charming, depending on who's there and who is playing in the band. Incredible players like Wayne Wilkenson on guitar are there on occasion, but then some wannabees always seem to show up. The most forgetable-the highly over-rated Bruce Pennington on piano.....ugh..... Seriously, if I hear another cliche' "Liberace"-like scale run from the keys i'll jump out a window. As long as there is a variety rotation in play, this place is worth checking out... but beware the afor mentioned lounge lizard act.
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