Ate there again today. The place continues to improve; I give it 4 stars as I reserve 5 star status for places like the Broadmoor.
My wife's Fish and Chips were nothing short of awesome, the 3 large pieces were each a good 8-inches long and thick, the crust was crisp and not oily like so many places, and the french fries were addictive with their amazingly thin coating, staying crisp to the end.
My caesar salad had great grilled shrimp that were perfectly done.
The chocolate torte dessert is enough for several people and a must for chocolate fans.
Lastly, one way I judge eateries is by the quality of their restrooms, and CMB has about the nicest, cleanest restrooms I've ever seen.
You won't be disappointed here. Go.
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County assessor website indicates 30 S. Prospect is owned by the Gazette
Same website shows two owners for 522 S. Wahsatch Ave (a warehouse)
http://land.elpasoco.com/ScheduleDisplay.a… (TJ&TC, LLC)
The listing for 522 S. Wahsatch (TJ&TC, LLC) says this owner is at 2245 Broadway Ave.
The listing for2245 Broadway Ave shows the owner is Charles Murphy.
Whatever, glad that Ranch Foods is growing expanding.
Today we're dropping off about $350 worth of new items for the kids.
Hope that lots of people drop off items / food.
Seems a no-brainer that if UCCS is building a soccer stadium then that is where Ragain's minor league soccer team should play, and if his soccer team plays in UCCS' stadium, then UCCS and the Olympic organization should partner to add a sports medicine facility at UCCS.
A university setting seems right for both a stadium and a sports medicine facility. Putting both on the campus helps build critical mass for that growing set of facilities. The stadium could be used for many functions, making an unfunded downtown stadium redundant. UCCS can make some money by charging Ragain and others for use of the stadium; UCCS can surely use the money, our places of higher learning are not at all fat with juicy profits like the Broadmoor.
If UCCS builds it right, their soccer stadium could be used for minor league football, too, which would be TONS of fun and further energize renewal along N. Nevada, which is coming along nicely thanks to UCCS and University Village.
Let Air Force vets raise funds to either revise the existing visitor center or put a new one up near the new Bass Pro Shops off North Gate Rd, near the USAF entrance but not on-base.
A USOC museum can be put anywhere, why must COLO SPGS taxpayers be on the hook to pony up the bucks for that? What's really going on here? Is the USOC blackmailing us with the old "do this for us or we'll go elsewhere ploy?" I hope not, but if so, let them leave.
Pam, I know, but I haven't a link showing our low level of city tax income vis a vis other cities in COLO that do have tax incomes commensurate with requirements to provide basic services and road upkeep. To wit: What's wrong HERE is TABOR and the party of NO.
The El Paso County link merely illustrates the same problem as our city: TABOR
TABOR is the Godzilla destroying both city and county here, and is why the mayor's happy talk of 6000 new jobs per year proves he's a space cadet. No business of any note will come to this increasingly stagnant, crumbling backwater.
I wanted tickets, and tried online, but their site won't work well with my iMac.
After this review I'll just pass and watch the annual TV showing.
An excellent book on this issue is Wheat Belly: http://tinyurl.com/o3wne7d
Here's what's wrong with CSFD: http://tinyurl.com/4f7drf3
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