Mountain View Restaurant at Cheyenne Mountain Colorado Springs, A Dolce Resort
Front Range Breakfast Buffet
enjoy our chef inspired omelet station | belgium waffles | seasonal fruits | yogurt parfaits | fresh baked cranberry flaxseed gluten free muffins | hot dishes & seasonal favorites
Cold Smoked Salmon with Accompaniments
This place never disappoints! We love the ambiance inside and out the huge windows. The presentation of the food is beautiful and fresh. There is such a variety. They kept our champagne glasses full and cold just like we want it. They take away the empty plates right away and encourage getting more.
I booked a table Saturday lunch, it took 1.5 for us to drive from Denver and when we arrived, they told us that they decided to close few hours earlier that day. I think if they see that there are reservations, they should have called us in advance or not to close the restaurant without a reason.
Wonderful service. Thanks to Nikki!!!!! I had my son and his friends (ages 8-11) at the hotel for his birthday celebration. Everyone was fantastic and provided amazing service.
The entire host and wait staff are phenomenal! This was my first time visiting Colorado, and the staff were super friendly, accommodating, and knowledgeable. Special thanks to Ron, Celeste, Victor, and Nikki for their time and conversation. There was also another gentlemen that made our experience wonderful, but I cannot remember his name. Thank you all!
Amazing experience here. Great food. Great service. Couldn’t ask for a better night out then this.
Terrible service from the server, terrible breakfast brunch vs pricing. Great ambiance
It took 20 minutes from being seated just to get water on the table and the 20-30 minutes after each course to move onto the next item. Each dish we received was cold and they had also ran out of one (prime rib) of the two meal options (Prime rib and salmon) that were available. The dessert was a fruit fondue tray and the fondue seemed to be microwaved before it was taken out to our table. It had thick film on the top, the bowl was hot but the fondue was ice cold. I had a wonderful Valentine’s Day but this almost ruined it. I would not recommend spending the high price here for the mediocre service. There’s far better places in Colorado Springs for half of the price and better service.
Our group had 8 people. Here are some of comments. Overall good. The soup was delicious. There are much better sides to accompany prime rib than beets. At $49/plate it seems that chef could have added more than 2 asparagus to the plate of fish.
Horrible food and cost was ridiculous
Food was average. Service was good until a large crowd arrived.
Champagne brunch was lovely
Love enjoying a meal with friends and family! Great views.
It has a great view and a nice ambience. The service was adequate. I'm not sure about the value of the food.
It was great. The food was amazing. The only thing was, I wish we could hear the piano man better. Maybe the hotel can look into hooking up his piano to the speakers in the dinning area.
I was disappointed that, for the price, there was no turkey or ham. What was offered was tasty.
They made every effort to accommodate my mother’s special needs with walker and oxygen. Much appreciated.
Very nice setting with great views. The food selection for meats was ok however for sides not much in the way of vegetables. Service was not good as I was out of tea for long extended period of times. Overall it was just an ok experience I would try somewhere different on my next occasion.
Brunch was awesome. Great experience
Had a beautiful buffet of delicious food. So many stations you never really had a crowd! Love our wait staff and the room was so lite up with sun light and Christmas decorations.
It was a pleasure, thank you.
Amazing service and atmosphere. Loved every minute.
The food was good. The location of our table was in the middle of the room, so the sunlight was in our guests eyes during the entire brunch. They had to wear sunglasses the entire time.
The food was not worth the price for their holiday event. The wait staff was pleasant but service was slow.
CHRISTMAS EVE DINNER: All the food- pretty in presentation that is supposed to be HOT- NOT even warm but COOL temperatures !!!!!!!!!! It was the beef, chicken, fish, potatoes etc. ALL HOT DISHES WERE NOT EVEN WARM. Only broth was hot. So it really took away from FLAVOR and we all ended up concentrating on salads, etc and desserts.
This was our 2nd year. Decided not coming back.
PS. service was Kind and attentive - hope they were
We were looking forward to our dinner. Shrimp wasn’t very cold or firm. Salad bar orzo asparagus bad. Dinner salmon was dry & overcooked. Rice & ghnocci didn’t have good flavor. Prime rib was good. Very disappointed in dinner & value.
Nice view of Cheyenne Mountain. Delicious food with fair prices. Service was somewhat slow, even though only 3 tables were being used. Casual but nice ambiance.
The server who would come by was extremely rude almost the entire time I was there. There was not true brunch "buffet ". It was waffles , omelet and fruit and they had some breaded foods like bagels. Everything was over cooked. I was really looking forward to my reservation because a year ago when I came it was fantastic! This time I would have been happier just going to McDonalds.
Brunch with Santa was great! Food and service was excellent!!
A bit pricey but it's something we typically only do once a year so it's worth it. The variety of foods is excellent and it's always hot and ready. A bit pricey but again it's once a year.
ONE complaint regarding the children's buffet table/warmers --if you're going to have scrambled eggs in there (which I approve of), could you NOT smother them with cheese? I have no idea why anybody would do such a thing but it definitely made them inedible for me.
Other than the waiter spilling water and orange he juice ever time he filled the glasses and not knowing it was brunch with Santa and paying an extra $18 per person. It was good
First time dining in, we came here for our ladies Christmas dinner. The environment overall very pleasant. The variety of dishes were amazing.
We all had the holiday buffet. It was generally good. The rice pilaf was a nasty mess. The potato gnocchi and prime rib were good. As with our previous visits, the service was poor. Not sure I could pick our waiter out of a lineup—that’s have little we saw of him. This could be a great place if they fixed their service issues.
We celebrated a 75th birthday for my Mother, food was excellent with just enough items but not overwhelming. Server made a snippy comment as we arrived but tried to make up for it by being extra nice the rest of the meal. Host was also very "put out" to help us when we first arrived. Poor start but all and all a good experience.
While the restaurant is good, the food was overly priced for what was received. The menu was not an option on Saturday, December 14th unless we had allergies and the buffet was the only option. There was a salad with cheese section on the left, a dessert bar in the middle, and entrees on the right. There was salmon, chicken, beef, along with 5-6 assortments of sides. They also had egg nog and hot chocolate available. When the bill came, it was $60 a person which we were not expecting. More than anything, the Broadmoor Sunday Brunch offers three times as much with the price at $65. I was expecting the buffet to be around $30 a person but whoa! I should have looked at the prices beforehand and would have selected a different restaurant. If the restaurant is going to charge that much, a better selection of food could be good along with additional staff as it seemed they could have had more help.
Great view. Limited breakfast buffet and OK service.
We will probably make Thanksgiving dinner here a tradition. What a feast!!
The highlight of our visit was the server. She was funny, well informed and took great care of us on a day that she easily could have been home with her own family. I can't wait to try and find another special occasion to go back and visit here.
We went for Thanksgiving buffet brunch, and it was extremely crowded. I made reservations and thought we’d be seated in the main dining hall with the views. Instead, we were ushered to a table toward the back, in a conference/event room. While walking to our table, I heard a server complaining about working that day, so not a great start. Our table servers were just ok; it seemed short staffed that day, and they were all running around like mad, trying to give attention to the mass of tables and people. The food was better than average, but there were plenty of times much of the food was picked over and just sitting out; the stations waiting to be refreshed. The buffet was extremely pricey. In consideration of our seating, service, and food quality, this came out to just an “ok” experience, unfortunately.
1. Predatory PIF service charge not disclosed in advance.
2. Had to go to the waitress station and get my own beverage refills.
3. Food sitting under warmers.
This restaurant may be in a cool location with nice views but we were not impressed with the dinner entrees one bit. You can order from a menu or eat from the buffet. It has a casino restaurant feel to it with carpeted floors and an open access to the lobby and bar. Our server was very cordial and accommodating, but the food left a lot to be desired. I do not think we will be going back. Maybe for brunch it would be better. If you are familiar with The Sunbird that closed down, this restaurant reminded us of that. Great location but in need of a kitchen overhaul.
After making the reservation and driving up t the place only to find out that even though our reservation was accepted on Open Table the restaurant had decided to close for the night.
Mountain View Restaurant at Cheyenne Mountain Colorado Springs, A Dolce Resort is rated 3.9 stars by 778 OpenTable diners.
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