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LACK 2017

Local Information

For a mid-size city, Colorado Springs has a decent food scene. Here are some recommendations for restaurants within walking distance of the Antlers Hotel.


(For guests of the Antlers, breakfast at the Antler’s Grille may be added to the cost of your room at the discount price of $10 per day. You must request this upon checking-in to the hotel. We apologize that we were unable to include the cost of breakfast in the price of your room, as we did for LACK I.)

Over Easy (28 South Tejon)
Great variety of breakfast items: pancakes, eggs benedict, huevos rancheros. One of the best breakfast spots in town.


Wild Goose Meeting House (401 North Tejon)
Fantastic coffee, several kinds of breakfast quesadillas and breakfast burritos


Poor Richard’s (324 North Tejon)
Under $10
Coffee and pastries (also good pizzas and sandwiches for lunch)



Il Vicino (11 South Teton)
Pizza. Great salads for the price and the pizza oven is wood fired.


Skirted Heifer (204 North Tejon)
Under $10
Best burgers in town.


The Rabbit Hole (101 North Tejon)
Gastropub. Great variety of cocktails and entrees.


Odyssey (311 North Tejon)
Gastropub. Smaller food menu, but large assortment of craft beers.


Sonterra Grill (28 South Tejon)
Mexican. A bit pricey for the portion size, but they make a great carne asada.


Four by Brother Luck (321 North Tejon)
Regional cuisine by Colorado Springs’ local “celebrity chef”


The Famous (31 North Tejon)
A swanky steakhouse.



Phantom Canyon Brewery (2 East Pikes Peak Avenue)
Conveniently located across the street from Antlers, with a new chef and menu since LACK I.

Iron Bird (402 South Nevada)