Expensive, small and lacking good service. After reading so many articles about the new Bingo Burger in Colorado Springs, we were very excited to give this place a try. Two burgers, two sodas and one combo small/ cold fry totaled over $30. The meat was good and juicy but that is all the positive I can say. The table next to us even had to return their order. For local burger, the Green Line Grill makes a better basic burger and for overall best burger in the Springs, we will have to stick to BJ's Brewhouse double deluxe. Sad it just didn't work out. With so many employees, I don't know how you can have dirty floors and tables and forget items in an order, not to mention sending out cold fries. Hope this place improves over time.
Stop urban sprawl. More focus on rehab and revitalization and better breaks for small businesses. Who wants to come from the north end of the Springs to bend their wheel in a giant pot-hole in the south end of the Springs? Not to mention the public broadcast news puts so much focus on the problem of panhandling and homeless downtown bothering shoppers and if you go to Manitou, someone may give your children pot candy. I wonder with all of the new, new and more new in the Springs what will become of the neglected areas? There are so many strip malls that sit empty for years in some areas, but Powers is jammed packed.
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