Green Mountain Falls is a statutory town in El Paso and Teller counties in the U.S. state of Colorado. The population was 640 at the 2010 census. On April 5, 2016, Jane Newberry was elected mayor. She ran as a slate of candidates calling themselves Smoother Road Ahead for GMF. The group also included board of trustees candidates David Pearlman, Cameron Thorne and Erin Kowal. The police force resigned in the days following an April 14, 2016 closed-door meeting of the outgoing town board and mayor.
Things to do in Green Mountain Falls
4.5 based on 191 reviews
Just plain good food and friendly service. You always feel welcome and the food is always consistently good.
4 based on 358 reviews
Nestled at the foot of Pikes Peak in Cascade, Colorado, The Wines of Colorado is an unheralded, romantic oasis and an easy 15 minute drive from downtown Colorado Springs. True to its name, the restaurant, tasting room, retail wine sales and gift shop, all do a brisk sip-and-sup business, but while oenophiles can be found sniffing their way around the tasting room, epicureans retire to the wood planked deck or Creekside dining area to feast on towering sandwiches and burgers, including the very popular buffalo wine burger, a juice-dribbling, hand formed patty sky scraped with grilled onions, sauteed mushrooms, and roasted green chilis. Dine in the shade of the willows and pines next to Fountain Creek or on our sunny deck overlooking the creek. Combined with great food and wine, this is the Colorado experience you have been looking for. Shielded from the sun by wispy willow trees and aromatic pines along the creek, The Wines of Colorado is the perfect place to enjoy your getaway.
We enjoy this restaurant, whether it's a special day or just a drive to the mountains. Buffalo wine burger costs $11.95. The Chicken melt costs $10.95. Sides include baked beans, red potatoes, or coleslaw. Wines were $7.95 a glass. Since we had a $7.00 off coupon, we splurged on the white cheesecake and carrot cake (Huge!). For 3 of us, the total was less than $75.00.
4.5 based on 152 reviews
Reasonably priced for delicious food - with a great variety to choose from! Have had hibachi, terryaki, Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese - loved them all (I do not do sushi but it looks pretty!)
4 based on 186 reviews
Stopped in and got two donuts. One was homemade glazed type the other was a bear claw. The bear claw was seriously about the size of my head. Insane. Staff were friendly. Prices were reasonable. But as amazing as the size of the bear claw was and as fresh tasting as it was I wasn't crazy about it. It was just a little bland. Like it needed some more almond flavor. It was basically a giant donut with a thin layer of filling inside. Maybe that's how they make bear claws around here. I'm used to them being a little different with slices of almond added and little more filling to them. But I would certainly go back and try some of their others offerings.
4.5 based on 389 reviews
The Sahara Cafe offers a variety of the Middle Eastern foods such as Falafels,Chicken,Hummus,Kabob,Baba Ganoush,and caters alot of events.
Picked up lunch once from here, the falafels were wonderful. Good meditation food with plenty of vegetarian options. Good location, but parking can be tricky to find on Manitou Ave. We had falafel sandwich, platter and some fries - everything was in line or above our expectations.
4.5 based on 377 reviews
The Cliff House Dining Room has gained national renown as one of Colorado’s premier dining destinations. We are proud recipients of the distinguished DiRoNa Award and the 4 Diamond Award in Fine Dining from AAA.
We had a delightful dinner here! Drinks were very good and we were presented with a special bite sized appetizer ....a gift from the chef....it was awesome!! Our dinners were very good....the elk chop and the shrimp and scallops dish! Bread pudding was excellent!
Breakfast is included with your hotel stay. After such a wonderful dinner the evening before, I was very disappointed with the breakfast! Fresh squeezed juice and coffee were great....breakfast pastries were terrible...dry, and very bland...cold and tasteless! The egg casserole dish seemed to be dried out. Fruit and bacon were good.
I gave the excellent rating for the meal we paid for.....but I would have to give the breakfast a poor rating!
4.5 based on 18 reviews
The service was fantastic and the lattes were out of this world! They made a special lavender latte that day and it was so unique and tasty. They roast their own beans and sell them by the pound.
4.5 based on 107 reviews
Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, at 7800 ft, in the town of Green Mountain Falls, the Mucky Duck Restaurant has been serving fine cuisine since 2001. Whether it is a cozy dinner for two or a gathering for a large group, the Mucky Duck can cater to your needs.Catering is also available for off-site parties.
Dining options are limited in GMF, but that is probably because no one wants to compete with this place. Good fine dining with a nice selection of food and wine.
4 based on 378 reviews
I’m just too picky when it comes to soups and salads and I am better off making them at home to my precise liking.
My companions’ orders were solid though: burgers, blt, okra, fries. I’ll know better next time.
I am still in love with the decor, service, spinny wheel, and that over-stuffed grumpy bear the entrance.
4 based on 36 reviews
The epitome of family run business. Transplanted NJ to CO but none of the in your face associated with NJ. Homemade ice cream, friendly service, so much so that I am sending them my treasured bicentennial Virginia license plate to add to their collection of plates on the walls as it has no Virginia plate.
Friendly family including a senior dog and fantastic ice cream.
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