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About Dale Street Bistro
Dale Street Bistro Cafe offers fine food at an affordable price. Most dinner entrees under $20. Most lunch entrees under $10. Our 19th century rooms offer a variety of dining experiences.
Our sunroom, fireside, and art galleries provide a unique and enjoyable dining experience for you, your friends, your family, and your business associates. A wonderful, wonderful patio.
Call or visit us today and make the most of your dining experience. Join us for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Contemporary American, European, Continental
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm; Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities:
We offer banquet and party rooms for your office, wedding, birthday parties and special events.
Private Party Contact:
Hui Yon: (719) 578-9898
Banquet, Beer, Cafe, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Dale Street Bistro Ratings and Reviews
I made my reservation when plenty of spots were open and requested seating by the fireplace on a cold day. When we arrived there was no mention of my request and we were seated near an exterior door that kept opening and closing and it was cold.My husband didn't like his cream of artichoke soup-said it was bland and his steak was overcooked. My tomato bisque was okay and entree just okay. It was a bit loud and chaotic-and nothing notable to bring us back again.
Remains one of your favorite "neighborhood" locations. Tucked into an old Victorian home, the Bistro offers wonderful meals at prices that will surprise you (READ: much lower than you would expect.) Don't be surprised if the owner stops by your table to ensure you're enjoying evening. Overall a wonderful experience. We especially like to dine here prior to performances at the Fine Arts Center three block away. Go! You'll be delighted.
Reserved a lunch date for December 30th on Open Table. This was part of a Christmas present that included a play at the Fine Arts theater. Upon arrival at the bistro we find a hand written note on the door that said "See you after the 2nd of January. This was very disappointing to say the least. The restaurant should have communicated to Open Table that they would have been closed. Not a good first impression.
Wanted a quiet time, alone with my wife, in a cozy, picturesque place. The Dale Street Bistro met the bill. We sat in the sun porch facing the street and enjoyed the warmth, the holiday lights, and the individual service. Quiet and romantic this night made for a wonderful dining experience. Food prepared well, tasty, and accompanied with our favorite wine, enhanced our pleasure. Couldn't have asked for better!
We scheduled a date night finally and went to see a show at the Fine Arts Center. Just a short walk from the venue, Dales Bistro was a cozy place to enjoy a good meal at a reasonable price. The wine list is simple and affordable. I would definitely go there the next time I am at the Fine Art Center
I took my wife out to dinner here. I never even thought about the expectation for this place. I took a chance to hopefully provide with a dinner and some tradition around the name. Long behold this place became an instant hit. The quietness of the restaurant. The cleanliness it carried along with multiple artifacts and paintings on the wall. The food... oh yes the food. Very fresh and appetizing. Everything we order was not greasy or had any reason to question its perfection. People may call it a hole in the wall, but I call peace and joyful food. Thank you Dale St. Bistro for the fabulous experience. See you soon
Given we wanted to avoid the chain restaurant options, dinner was worth having there but nothing special. Wide variety of entrees including several vegetarian options. Noted that they mentioned having GF bread available. Prices for entrees are in $12-$20 range, reasonable. Lots of standard preparations, not many innovations. Tried the Vegetable Wellington as others recommended this. It was a rather soggy pastry crust on top of vegetables. Parmesan trout was good, but this was a tiny trout. Wine list is limited. I would give recommendation as there aren't many other places around and prices are reasonable, but I don't think we will return.
Close to Colorado College campus.
I was at the Dale Street Bistro with a large group of family members for a Sunday brunch. We got there at 11:00 and, though they don't have a brunch menu per se, the waitress gave us both the breakfast and the lunch menus so we would have a choice.
We had 9 people in our party, and the restaurant is fairly small, with only a couple of waitresses working that morning. They were wonderful - very cheerful, helpful in getting us what we needed (even made 2 fresh pots of coffee to satisfy the coffee drinkers). Both menus offered very good choices, but everyone in our group went with the breakfast menu. Everything we ordered was very good and was made even more enjoyable by the excellent service.
Family owned quaint beautiful Victorian house restaurant located in a great neighborhood to walk around after dinner just to admire all the gorgeous homes. The menu had a good variety of dishes and each dish is prepared with an exotic flair. Wish we hadn't gotten to the restaurant near closing time so we could have enjoyed the food and atmosphere longer.
My husband and I recently moved to Colorado Springs and have been looking for restaurants that offer more than one or two vegetarian options. Dale Street Bistro had many vegetarian options to choose from, and all of them looked delicious. My husband ordered the Vegetable Wellington and loved it. We will definitely be back to try the other options as well. The staff was incredibly friendly and attentive, and the prices were very reasonable.
I love this place. The food, price, and service are spectacular. I can't wait to try it for lunch and dinner. I had the veggie eggs Benedict, which they serve on homemade bread, and it was delicious.
It is a two story home that has been converted into a restaurant. There is seating on both floors, on the patio outside, and an indoor patio. The art is done by Colorado artists. If you are like me and tired of the chains, this is a good stop.
First-time diners. Pleasant, quiet location, which makes it a nice choice for a dinner where you can carry on a conversation. Outdoor dining is available and the cocktails are very reasonably priced. Vegetable Wellington was good and an unusual menu choice. Shrimp Primavera was tasty, a bit salty, but a nice serving of jumbo shrimp.
We walked over from the Fine Arts Center parking lot. It is in a charming old house. The waitress met us and immediately ushered us to a table on the porch. It was very pleasant with the door open. The food was outstanding. I had the german dish and my husband had an italian dish. The desserts were to die for and the drinks were reasonably priced.
Went there for Valentine's Dinner. Thought it was odd that the prices were slightly inflated for the occasion but they threw in a dessert at no extra charge. The pork shanks were spectacular as was the chicken cordonbleu. Seating is kind of close so it was a bit distracting in that respect. I don't know if they didn't have a lot of servers or what but the service times were a little slow, it took 10 minutes for them to bring me a canned drink and a glass of ice. Will definitely go back though
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