Always a Favorite. The Wines of Colorado restaurant is a favorite location for an afternoon meal, evening dinner, or whenever the desire for a great glass of wine enters your mind. Spring, summer, and fall will often find guests enjoying wine and conversation at streamside tables.
The only true coffee roaster in the Ute Pass area, Gold Hill Java makes every cup of coffee special. Friendly employees take their time to explain the many wonderful coffees, teas, and cool drinks they can magically create for your pleasure.
Enjoy a gourmet dining experience complete with a wide variety of fine wines in a romantic atmosphere. Savor a flame-kissed steak and fresh seafood, made to perfection at the Down Under Steakhouse
A Woodland Park landmark, the Donut Mill has drawn visitors and local residents for decades with fresh baked donuts, sweet rolls, huge sticky buns, and their own special bisquits & gravy.
Legend has it that a bear once broke into this building. Trying to keep the bear calm the owners began cooking food to feed the bear. The bear enjoyed the food and admired the Pikes Peak view so much it never left.
The Swiss Chalet has been a Colorado Springs & Teller County favorite for years. Enjoy a variety of well prepared meals while admiring the view of Pikes Peak or having a friendly conversation on the outdoor patio.
Not many Sonic restaurants can state that their customers come for the view as much as the famous sonic food. Located at 8,000 feet and with an outstanding view of Pikes Peak, be prepared to eat at one of the convenient picnic benches instead of inside your car.
Relax, read the news while enjoying a Belgian Waffle with strawberries or the best Biscuits and Gravy in the region. Meet your friends for hot, grilled sandwiches made with only the finest ingredients and loving care.
What better place to eat then at Grandmothers? Friendly service, family style menu, and grandmother size portions keep families coming back for generations. Stop in for the first time or bring a friend to experience real mountain hospitality.
Mexican restaurants are never the same when they're located at 8,000 feet. We think the lack of oxygen makes the staff at Fiesta Mexicana happy all of the time. Experience great service and wonderful Mexican food while in the Woodland Park, Colorado area.
Exploring Teller County's many restaurants, coffee houses, steakhouses, dessert
emporiums, bistros, old time saloons, and road houses
may be one of the most enjoyable things to do during any visit to the Ute
Spend the day exploring Teller County by starting out with breakfast at the famous Pantry in Green Mountain Falls, or grab a fresh, flavorful mug of locally roasted coffee at Gold Hill Java as you pass through Woodland Park. Stop in at the Hungry Bear and try the to die for cranberry nut french toast that you'll swear should be called dessert not breakfast.
Pick up a couple of sandwiches to go at Joanie's Deli for a great hiking lunch or take a short break to enjoy the special at the award winning McGinty's Wood Oven Pub in Divide.
These are just a few of the many outstanding establishments you'll find as you journey through Teller County. Fine dining opportunities are plentiful with such wonderful examples as the Swiss Chalet. If Mexican enchiladas, Chinese kung pow chicken, or handmade pizza seems to be calling your name, you'll find several locations in Divide, Florissant, Cripple Creek, and Woodland Park inviting you to sample their creations.
Admire the Victorian beauty of the Costello Street Coffee House in Florissant while you pause to catch your breath and get ready for the short ride to Cripple Creek.
Cripple Creek offers you many different ways to excite and delight your food cravings. Bronco Billy's Steakhouse is sure to delight but be sure to make your reservations in advance. Try the prime rib special at Bob's Grill inside Womack's Casino. Enjoy your kind of pizza at the Brass Ass Pizzeria or check the salads, deli sandwiches, desserts, and fountain drinks at Dynamite Dick's inside the Midnight Rose.