We stop by when we were driving to the zoo. It’s a small place and we love to try small locals places. What a treat! Everything delicious, a warm and cozy little restaurant. My advice, try it next time, you won’t regret!
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Sacred Grounds in tucked into the woods along Cheyenne Blvd. and that adds to the atmosphere. A small place with a loyal local following that is welcoming to everyone. The food and beverages are good quality, fairly priced and sourced locally. Just a nice place...More
We ate at Sacred Grounds twice on our trip to Colorado Springs. I ordered the moonstruck (egg in a hole) both days and it was really good. My wife had the french toast one day and the moonstruck the other day, she really enjoyed both...More
Oh my…AMAZING (and I do not use that word to describe much…at all!). Let me set the scene for you of our first impressions of this little gem. I was on vacation with my sister (first one ever!). All we had in mind for this...More
Good, simple and healthy. Staff is pleasant, food is just fine. I'm not a big sweets person and this is the first place where they make a smoothie the way I like it-fruit/juice/dairy. I'd stop here again and again after a hike.
Thank you so very much, see you again and again after your hike! Next time try our super food salads!
You know that moment when you see something as your driving, that will offer exactly what you need (aka lunch), and you register that it is an option, but you keep on driving because it's not what you had in mind? Ok. Now stop. Turn...More
Honestly my Keurig makes better coffee. I ordered a medium English toffee latte which was hot but not very strong and light on the syrup. I asked for a chocolate chip muffin (to go) and when I started to eat it after leaving, it was...More
SRBwanders, Sorry your experience wasn't what you had hoped for! Our coffee is a light roast espresso and is more subtle than a darker roast which most coffee shops use--meaning we also don't load up our drinks with a lot of syrup unless you ask...More