Colorado Springs welcomes the primary Snooze An AM Eatery on the town | Arts and leisure

Editor’s Note: This column has been updated to reflect that pre-opening breakfast at Snooze is by invitation only.

Don’t hit the snooze button on April 24th or you could lose. This is the official opening of Snooze in Denver – an AM Eatery at 7587 N. Academy Blvd.

The place is likely to be inundated with fans eager to get enough of the popular Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes, Chile Verde Benny, and Juan’s Breakfast Tacos. Wash it all down with coffee and juices, or choose an adult selection like Dirty Drunken Chai, Rummmosa, Morning Marg, and Horse & Sidecar. (Say what?) It’s a homemade mix of Tito’s vodka, dill pickle, lemon and olive juices, and horseradish, garnished with tender belly ham, smoked cheddar cheese, a green olive, a snooze pickle, and a sidecar can of locally brewed Beer.

Three pre-opening benefits will get you started: 100 percent of the proceeds will go to local charities Catamount Institute, Colorado Springs Food Rescue, and Home Front Cares. These are just invitations.

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Border run

The Border Burger Bar in Manitou Springs is moving to a much larger space with an inviting terrace at 934 Manitou Ave. A second Border Burger Bar opened at 4703 N. Academy Blvd.

Lyn Ettinger-Harwell, formerly Seeds Community Café, is developing a breakfast menu that will be offered daily at the Manitou site from Monday. Expect Mediterranean flavors from his time in Texas and Louisiana, like shrimp and grits, and fried chicken on French toast.

Details: 685-3287 (Manitou Springs), 434-2352 (N. Academy Blvd.),

Butcher shop and bar

Beasts and Brews, 7 Spectrum Loop, is nearing its opening.

“We are shooting to start around May 5th with soft openings and open to the public on May 20th,” said Chef Noah Siebenaller.

He and butcher Jason Nauert bring you freshly cut meat and offer their own beer wall. Customers can help themselves make beers, wine and cocktails.


Sipping the spaghetti

Located at Colorado Springs Elks Lodge 309, 3400 N. Nevada Ave. Enjoy an authentic, homemade Italian spaghetti meal with meatballs or Italian sausage from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For USD 10, the Sons and Daughters of Italy’s Spaghetti Dinner also offers salad, bread, drinks and a variety of desserts. The cost is $ 5 for children under the age of 12. Children up to 3 years eat for free. A 17-piece jazz band will play from 1.30pm to 2.30pm, and singer Lila Mori will sing at 3.30pm

Proceeds will benefit Teenagers With Promises to help disadvantaged teenagers with advice, clothing, and exercise equipment. Tickets at [email protected] or at the door.

Contact the author: 636-0271.

Contact the author: 636-0271.

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