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My Handle Bar: cyclical option rolls in

My Handle Bar: cyclical option rolls in

The business of biking is picking up in Colorado Springs. That is, now that Colorado Springs has a My Handle Bar bike. My Handle Bar is a different type of bike. It’s a party bicycle operated by 16 people at one time. Its purpose is to give the riders a unique experience – riding en… Continue Reading My Handle Bar: cyclical option rolls in

Colo. restaurants poised for strong 2013

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Colorado restaurants are expected to have stronger sales in 2013 than last year, data released by the National Restaurant Association shows. Colorado also is expected to outpace the national average in disposable income, employment and population growth, said Peter Meersman, Colorado Restaurant Association President and CEO. “Disposable income is expected to advance 2.5 percent in… Continue Reading Colo. restaurants poised for strong 2013

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Delight Gluten-Free Magazine named Coquette Bistro and Bakery’s brunch among the five best gluten free brunches in the country. But that’s just the icing on an already rich cake for the Manitou Springs eatery. From possible national product deals to second locations and growing statewide and national notoriety, the restaurant seems to be on a… Continue Reading Manitou’s Coquette hopes to expand into downtown

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Two local restaurant and bar owners were fed up with the high percentage of profits they paid to deal-of-the-day sites like LivingSocial and Groupon. So they launched a local alternative aimed at being a good deal for the businesses that use it. LiveOnLocal.com will only feature restaurant deals in the Colorado Springs area and the… Continue Reading LiveOnLocal site creates a better deal for businesses

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Two new bars are preparing to open downtown, this time, without controversy. Supernova, a bar and arcade with vintage video games, announced plans to open at 111 E. Boulder St.  Whiskey Dick’s will open at 26 E. Kiowa St., where Conscious Table closed down earlier this summer. The new establishments didn’t have to go through… Continue Reading New establishments coming in downtown with restaurant licenses

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Firehouse Subs opens first Springs location

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Firehouse Subs is opening its first restaurant in Colorado Springs Monday at 7543 N. Academy Boulevard. The company features sub sandwiches in a firehouse setting based on the founders’ 200 years of firefighting heritage. The new location is decorated with local firefighter memorabilia donated by the Colorado Springs and Castle Rock fire departments. Every Firehouse… Continue Reading Firehouse Subs opens first Springs location

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COPPeR launches new Peak Arts fund

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The Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region announced  the launch of its new Peak Arts Fund today. The fund is designed to increase funding for 15 area arts organizations and build partnerships between the business and the arts community. Businesses and employees can give to the fund. An annual donation of $60 or more… Continue Reading COPPeR launches new Peak Arts fund

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Local restaurants rank among the most romantic

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With Valentine’s Day still more than a week away, there are four local restaurants with reputations for romance that are booking up quickly. Mona Lisa, the Craftwood Inn and Briarhurst Manor in Manitou Springs, along with The Pepper Tree on the southwest side of Colorado Springs, were ranked among the 100 most romantic restaurants in… Continue Reading Local restaurants rank among the most romantic

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Einstein Bros. Bagels new location on a prominent downtown corner could be the first of several new locations in the Colorado Springs area. “Colorado Springs is an underdeveloped market for us, and we felt like it was a good time to expand in that area,” said Mike Ellis, executive vice president of franchise development. He… Continue Reading Einstein’s downtown shop could be the first of several

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The visitors bureau for Denver says the city now has the nation’s largest restaurant week based on the number of participating restaurants. Visit Denver, The Convention and Visitors Bureau said Wednesday that 303 restaurants offered multicourse meals last Feb. 25 to March 11 for the special price of $52.80 for two people, or $26.40 for… Continue Reading Denver claims nation’s largest restaurant week

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