Victorian buildings usually do not conjure images of pizza rolling chefs, but this restaurant manages to merge the two into an immensely popular ... More
Fargo's Pizza Company
Victorian buildings usually do not conjure images of pizza rolling chefs, but this restaurant manages to merge the two into an immensely popular dining environment. The white structure is massive and the inside resembles an old Victorian gambling hall. Seating spills out over two floors. Pizza is the king of the menu. Specialty pies include the Friday Pizza, which is topped with shrimp and mushrooms. Pasta, sandwiches and salads are also available. The carrot cake is not to be ignored. Call for opening hours.
The boisterous, fun filled atmosphere of this popular grill appeals to diners of all types. Despite the somewhat pretentious name,
you can expect to enjoy your meal in a dining room that is classy, but not overly stuffy. Happy ...
Since 1957 this dining mainstay has been serving the area from a 114 year old train depot. It is one
of the few restaurants that meshes dining with true history. It is so authentic that it offers "trackside" dining ...
Dining al fresco in Colorado is a singular experience, and this hilltop restaurant has one of the most breathtaking views
in the city. The atmosphere is very formal (the waitstaff wears tuxedos) and is popular with the Colorado Springs ...