Find out what American restaurants to try in Palmer Lake. Palmer Lake is a Statutory Town in El Paso County, Colorado, United States. The population was 2,420 at the 2010 census. Palmer Lake was founded by General William Jackson Palmer in 1871 and was incorporated in 1889.
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4 based on 68 reviews
The menu is creative, upscale and changes often. The prices are quite a bit higher than most places in this town, so it seems to be more of a 'special occasion' restaurant. Wine by the glass is $10+, but they do have a great wine selection. Portions are smaller (typical of this type of place), but creative and beautifully plated. They have a beautiful outdoor patio which is great for happy hour and lunch. The indoor seating is in small rooms in an old house. Guests are mostly couples and small groups. Don't think I've ever seen children here in the evening.
4 based on 172 reviews
Serving breakfast and lunch seven days a week. A local favorite for 30 years!
Largest breakfast servings I've seen in years. So delicious too!!! Although we were out of towners, the Coffee Cup Cafe seemed to be filled with locals. The food was outstanding and served with a smile. The positive energy and courtesy of the staff was palpable. Food was served piping hot and quickly.
Nothing for me to go back to. Food was small portions for the price and the service needed work. Diet soda had a bad funky flavor and waited almost 10 minutes to get a glass of water since the soda was undrinkable.
4 based on 179 reviews
Pike's Peak just changed up their menu, and it is so good. They still have their charcuterie plate, but they added some meat pies and some yummy brats. Salads that come with are amazing, or of course you can still have chips instead. The Adaman beer is amazing!! and of course we love the ambience. Perfect place for friends and family. LOVE it!!
4 based on 284 reviews
My friend who was visiting from California and I ate dinner here last night and it was great! Our sever, was excellent and our Milkshakes and dinners were very good and a good price too! The meatloaf was really tasty and they give you big portions, most dinners are about $10! We will be back again!
3 based on 25 reviews
The Depot is owned by a long-time resident of the area, and she has created a quaint little train-themed restaurant. The food is tasty, especially the homemade selections, the service is okay, and the atmosphere is friendly and pleasant. Bingo is held on Saturday evenings and starts at 7 PM, so if you're traveling through town and want a nice dinner & some entertainment on a Saturday evening, come check out the Depot.
4 based on 11 reviews
Stopped in for lunch as the other restaurant we wanted to go to was packed. My friend wanted to give me a late birthday lunch, and we had been hanging out at the lake, so decided on this. My angus melt was made with fresh sourdough bread and delicious beef and onions. My friend's sliders were looking good with pastrami and sauerkraut. It was a tad expensive, I think $14 per sandwich, but it was loaded with fries and delicious!
4 based on 110 reviews
We've been going to O'Malley's for years now, and it's always the same. Cute little biker bar in Palmer lake known for it's wings and fries. Went with our friends last night, and enjoyed the noisy, hometown atmosphere. Too cold to sit outside, but will be back when it warms up a bit.
4 based on 111 reviews
Weâve been here several times and itâs always been outstanding. We even took my parents there and they were so pleased that they dragged the chef out to thank him personally (yikes). Even my super picky husband is always happy to stop in. One slight annoyance is that the tables are so narrow that itâs hard to actually seat four people at a four top. But itâs a very small space so I understand the constraint. A recommendation: try the pouding chomeur.
4 based on 160 reviews
Located in the heart of Palmer Lake, CO. Perfect venue for all private parties, weddings, rehearsal dinners, showers, etc. This Italian Gastropub has a unique hand crafted menu moderately priced. Gluten Free and Vegetarian options available
We had a Puttanesca Pizza, substituting red onion out for artichoke hearts in...SUPERB!!Matt, the owner served us and made it really special by explaining many of the changes they had instituted.Great place...COME VISIT!! Fit for foodies and while not extensive, he has a very good selection of wines for almost any taste!
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