Wyatt’s Pub & Grill is no slouch 

click to enlarge GRIFFIN SWARTZELL
  • Griffin Swartzell
It’s been about a year since the six-year-old Wyatt's Pub & Grill tweaked the menu, or so my bartender says — he remembers because it happened around the start of football season. I’m told that the new corned beef they’ve been using has pulled praise from the regulars. It’s commercially-sourced, sure, but I give it a shot — a Reuben, typically $9.95, is on special for $7.99 when I drop by for lunch, and I pick onion rings as a side for a buck more.

Good news: The meat’s tasty, with visible peppercorns and a nice spicing. The sandwich ticks all the boxes: sweet Thousand Island dressing, tangy sauerkraut and marbled rye. I’m sold on the onion rings, too, which land crunchy and snappy. We can’t complain, especially with a pint of Laughing Lab ($4.75). Owners Todd and Renee Wyatt don’t seem to have slouched in keeping this spot’s standards up. It’s a fine neighborhood pub on all fronts.
Location Details Wyatt’s Pub & Grill
806 Village Center Drive
Colorado Springs, CO
Bar Food and Bar/Club

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