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Things I love!
Gluten free options.
Great tortilla soup
Nice gift shop
Note this is really not an atraction. It's a cool old school that is being used creatively. I appreciate the effort in saving the old structure.
I think the last review...More
This place has been hyped up as a Colorado Springs "attraction". It's nothing more than a bar, and not a very good one at that. The developer turned an old, run-down, abandoned school building into a bar and we're all supposed to be happy about...More
Plenty to choose from for everyone. Even if you don’t drink beer they have other choices. I had the tacos, others had the Rueben and burgers. Enough on the plates to fill your tummy! Staff was very helpful with beverage and food questions
I'm back for my annual visit to Colorado and I could not be more disappointed. The bakery items have completely changed and now lack the taste and quality they once had. My girlfriend had told me about the changes and we almost did not come,...More
Headed out for lunch break and decided to change the normal routine...glad we did. Walked into this great repurposed venue and found some neat choices for just about anything you would want. We ate at the Bristal Pub and had one of the best burgers...More
I am a fan of the Ivywild school. There is a good variety of locations within one building and with each different establishment; a different feel.
My personal favorite is Axe and Oak and if you are a fan of whiskey/bourbon I highly recommend the...More
Ivywild School is a converted elementary school that houses a bunch of places inside. There is a coffee shop, a brewery, whisky bar, a live music venue and couple of little shops as well. It was really neat to walk around the old school and...More
Came here with friends who found it last year on a previous trip to Colorado Springs. Old school building converted to restaurant, brew pub and art space. Original narrow board creaky wood floors. Exposed brick and rafters with soaring ceilings. Excellent breakfast from the usual...More