Greg Thorman, executive chef at Walter’s Bistro, 146 E. Cheyenne Mountain Blvd., in June rebooted the preferred regular Clean Sheet menus. It is in which you are going to discover seasonal specials.
The July menu features lobster guacamole ($28), lobster mac and cheese ($28) and 16-ounce bone-in cowboy rib-eye ($58) with potato wedges, carrots and au poivre sauce. The standard menu has a handful of new entrees like mahi-mahi ($28), Parmesan-crusted halibut ($39) and 12-ounce grilled pork chop ($32).
Hrs are 4 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and 5 to 7:30 p.m. Saturdays. Facts: 719-630-0201, waltersbistro.com.
Durango-based mostly franchise Rocky Mountain Chocolate Manufacturing unit, 2431 W. Colorado Ave., has been delighting chocolate enthusiasts for 40 several years. A sister sweet store opened in 2003 at the Stores at Briargate, 1605 Briargate Parkway. The franchise was named No. 1 chocolate and candy retailer on Newsweek’s Ideal Retailers Record 2022. Amongst the two Colorado Springs locations weekly, the chocolatiers crank out 147 lbs . of fudge and make an wonderful 1,325 caramel apples in numerous flavors.
Hrs are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays. Particulars: 719-635-4131, Old Colorado Metropolis, and 719-593-0089, Briargate, rmcf.com.
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Wine bar update
Franco Pisani, proprietor of Ristorante Di Sopra, 4 S. 28th St., has offered a new subtle appear to the snazzy bar and dining area. The local community significant-leading table is gone as are the banquettes. In their location are black-tablecloth-covered 4 tops with white-leather-included, cozy chairs. The wine bar’s new search is in trying to keep with the elevated Italian food and wine served in the cozy space. This eatery is on the second floor of Pisani’s award-profitable flagship eatery, Paravicini’s Italian Bistro. Hrs are 4 to 10 p.m. Sundays as a result of Thursdays, 4 to 11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Facts: 719-344-8119, ristorantedisopra.com.
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Kids’ cooking camps
Sweet Addict, 5928 Stetson Hills Blvd., is giving summertime cooking camps for children.
“Cooking is an necessary daily life skill,” explained Deidre Peak, operator of the bakery and a mother of three. “You can send your food-loving kiddo our way for a number of hrs each day and we will educate them to make good high quality foods, how to read a recipe, knife expertise, measure adequately, have enjoyable, make new good friends and most importantly how to thoroughly clean up when encouraging out at property.”
Classes involve recipes, a cookbook and an apron. There are two age groups: 6- to 10-calendar year-olds’ courses are 9 to 10 a.m. and 11- to 17-calendar year-olds’ lessons are midday to 2 p.m. Check out tinyurl.com/3p9xte9v.
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Wine evening meal
Joseph Freyre, proprietor of Joseph’s High-quality Dining, 1603 S. 8th St., will have a wine dinner 7 p.m. July 27. For $115, you get 4 programs, which incorporates scallops, ahi tuna tartare, New York steak and bananas Foster paired with fantastic Italian wines. Information: 719-630-3631, josephsdining.com.
Carlos Echeandia, chef and owner of Carlos’ Bistro, 1025 S. 21st St., would like to explain his several hours.
“There is confusion about our hours on the internet,” he mentioned. “Our very last seating is at 7 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays. We are open 4 to 9 p.m., but the previous reservation is 7 p.m. to ensure diners have time to relax and enjoy their meal.” Information: 719-471-2905, carlosbistrocos.com.
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speak to the writer: 636-0271.