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About Lake Terrace - The Broadmoor
Nestled alongside Cheyenne Lake, the elegant Lake Terrace Dining Room offers a traditional breakfast menu Monday through Saturday (walk-in basis only), and also hosts our elaborate Sunday Brunch. Featuring over 150 enticing items, accented by dazzling florals, culinary displays and accompanied by live piano music, The Broadmoor's Sunday Brunch offers the type of unforgettable culinary experience you would expect from our award-winning Colorado Springs resort. Reservations are highly recommended.
A 20% service charge will be added to your total check
Colorado Springs, CO 80901
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast Monday thru Saturday 7 AM to 11 AM
Sunday Brunch from 9 AM
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live piano music at Sunday Brunch.
Valet parking is also available.
Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access
Lake Terrace - The Broadmoor Ratings and Reviews
Great brunch! Worth every penny for the variety and quality. Saw on this site that some thought it was overpriced but we didn't think so at all. Great selection and just take your time so you can enjoy all the stations. It would have been nice to have free champagne, but you can order a bottle of wine and take your time enjoying all the food stations. It was a lovely afternoon for us. Make sure you "amble" around the grounds after! Beautiful area!
The Broadmoor was spectacularly beautiful as always. The service was impeccable and the excitement started as soon as the valet opened the car door. Unfortunately, the seating (which requested views for special occasion) turned out to be in a side room at a back table with the curtains drawn.
The food was solid, but as stated by previous reviewers, for the cost, the mimosa and/or Bloody Mary should be included. Just a little more of that "wow factor" would of taken the brunch from good to fantastic. A must-do once, but tough to go back anytime soon.
Broadmoor was a fun visit experience but it isn't something I would go out of my way to do again. While the buffet is vast, the food was mediocre. I was with a party of 4 and none of us found a single dessert we liked (pretty, but not tasty). (We are eaters! When we can't find a dessert...there's something amiss.) Anyway, the cost is a preset $52 per person with an automatic 20% gratuity so after spending $200 on our meal, I wished we had gone to a nice steakhouse or something instead. I left not feeling like we really got our money worth. However, the service was EXCELLENT! Everyone was incredibly kind and my drinks never even got close to empty. I gladly left the 20% tip. I just wish the food had been a little better.
This was our 20th Anniversary! The food was fabulous, the staff was beautifully attentive! They finished our meal off with a surprise red velvet slice of cake with a chocolate Anniversary sign on it! There was no aspect of our meal that we weren't perfectly pleased with!
The variety and quality was out standing. The food I was able to try was very good except the eggs Benedict was cold even after I took it back to get another. The service could not be better. The servers were attentive and so nice it made you feel special and at home. As soon as I am able I will go again. The ambience is fantastic. We totally enjoyed a walk around the lake after brunch to top off the experience. Thanks to the entire staff for all the work that goes into such an enormous event.
My husband and I had read about and seen wonderful things about Lake Terrace at The Broadmoor. We had a vacation planned in April to go to Colorado and had reservations made for Lakeside Terrance at least 3 months in advance. Unfortunately it was a huge disappointment for us. We understood going in that this was going to be an expensive meal. Our total bill, with a mandatory 20 percent tip added to it for a party of two, was $175.00. This was with each of us having one alcoholic beverage. I don't have a problem at all spending that kind of money for good food, but this was basically a glorified brunch. Every hot item we tried, was cold. The pastries seemed to be not all homemade and fresh. Even the waffles and pancakes were on the cold side. They did have a nice selection of shrimp, oysters and crab claws that were subpar. The staff was extremely nice. Very efficient with refills and asking if you needed anything. Of course, you do all of the legwork yourself going back and forth to sample different items, searching for something good. My last complaint is the fact that even though it has been 3 days since we have eaten at Lake Terrace at The Broadmoor, we still have two charges on our checking account for one meal. One charge is the amount for the food before tip and one charge is for the food with tip. So, basically until I can call my bank they have a total of $ 345 made unavaible in my checking. I'm not sure if this is common practice with them, but I'll have Wells Fargo deal with them about it. If I had to do it over again, we would save our money and go somewhere else in Colorado for brunch that had better food and wasn't so pretinious. Also, don't bother about worrying about the dress code. My husband and I dressed nicely and the lady at the table beside us wore super short leather shorts with thigh high boots.
This is the best, most extensive Sunday brunch in Colorado. The selection of items is wide ranging from large variety of breakfast items to roasts, veggies, fresh fruit and, of course, great desserts. The Broadmoor has some of the best pastries and baked goods anywhere. We have Sunday brunch here as the culmination of the Weekend of Jazz. It's a great way to finish a special weekend.
This is for the Sunday Brunch Buffet. They boast that there are 150 items and while I wanted to try them all, it's impossible. What was had, probably 25 different items, was of the highest quality and preparation. Just perfect. Great service from 2 associates and the background piano music adds to everything. Too bad some, male millennials mostly, can't dress a bit for the occasion like with their finest t-shirt or combing their obligatory beard. For the restaurant, the price of champagne/sparkling is a bit steep. Wouldn't be unreasonable to make a first glass of sparkling or mimosa "free" (by raising the overall price $1 or 2) or low price-point. Coffee and juice are included though, thank you, but a glass of bubbly with the perception that it is included would be it all over-the-top.
We had been looking forward to this day for such a long time. It did not disappoint! My mother came to Colorado Spring for her first visit and this was a perfect way to start her tour of the Springs. Amazing food, decadent desserts, fantastic service... you truly feel like royalty!
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