Nightlife in Fountain

Theatreworks – Up to 40% Off Plays

Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater

$70 $45

An Arthur Miller classic, supernatural stories in an Irish pub, and an Italian comedy fill out the 2013–14 season

Loonees Comedy Corner – Up to 51% Off Standup

Loonees Comedy Corner

$24.50 $12

Club offers a weekly selection of nationally touring comics who lob punch lines at audiences munching on appetizers

Up to 51% Off Wine-and-Cheese Tasting

Cascade-Chipita Park

$50 $25

Signature wines paired with cheese, and served in a relaxing garden room

Up to 55% Off Scotch Flight or Drinks at The Robusto Room

Lone Tree

$100 $45

Sip on four single-malt-scotch selections during flights, or choose martinis, beer, and cocktails from the bar

Up to 75% Off Wine Tasting

The Shops at Greenwood Village

$120 $44.75

During personalized two-hour session, staff walk customers through unlimited tastings of red and white wines with take-home wine glasses

Up to 50% Off Small Plates at Angel's Share WinePub

Roxborough Park

$30 $15

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Upscale small plates such as lamb lollipops, bangers, and crab crostini, served alongside wines and regional beers

Up to 33% Off Felt

Englewood

$12 $8

A pool hall serves up billiards along with burritos, deep-fried chimichangas, and draft brews from 10 taps

Up to 53% Off Wine Classes

Dove Valley

$60 $30

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In a hands-on tasting-and-pairing class, sommeliers instruct guests in the intricacies of wine vintages and flavors in a rustic barrel room

Select Local Merchants

Meat is the primary item on the menu at Flatiron's American Bar & Grill. Blank-angus steak comes in three cuts—the signature Flatiron, the rib eye, and the New York strip—and shares a plate with a choice of veggies and potato. Orders of chicken wings, whether coated in spicy buffalo sauce or honey-chipotle glaze, weigh in at one pound, making for a hefty appetizer or a delicious paperweight. Although it's technically meat-free, the three-cheese mac-n-cheese comes with a “robust bread-crumb crown” and benefits from the addition of shredded spiced chicken, according to food critic Nathaniel Glen of The Gazette. On a daily basis, the restaurant’s chefs inspect each meat shipment to ensure top-notch quality and freshness.

15 S Tejon St
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

Look in any direction at Cleats Bar and Grill, and there's likely to be some kind of competition in sight. HD televisions peer down on visitors, casting football, hockey, and baseball games across their glowing faces. Friendly bouts of pool and darts break out elsewhere, while foosball players spin their miniature players until they vomit LEGO blocks. On the outdoor patio, guests surrounding the fire pit pass subtle bets on which log will be the last to crumble into ash. All the while, these varying gladiators take bites from team-themed burgers and hoist domestic and craft beers.

6624 Delmonico Dr
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

Steve Kuhnau grew up battling allergies and low blood sugar, and in the late 60's, he finally found the perfect solution, and it was delicious. Blending real fruit, proteins, nutrients, and other mix-ins, Steve created Smoothie King to provide nutritious drinks, many of which can be as filling and healthful as a meal. Fiber, probiotics, antioxidants, and other enhancements can boost the health effects of customers, plus skipping added sweeteners can help avoid calories, carbs, and conniving tooth fairies who have a malicious contract with all sugars.

1801 E Cheyenne Mountain Blvd
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

For 25 years, World of Dance has taught ballroom dances including the cha-cha, waltz, salsa, and foxtrot to students whose skill levels range from recreational to competitive. The studio’s approach is simple yet effective. Students typically start with one-on-one or group lessons so they can learn techniques and basic body positions. They then apply what they’ve practiced during the studio’s regular dance parties, performing the waltz to demonstrate their graceful new moves or the tango to fulfill their latent desires to chew on roses.

2501 W Colorado Ave
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

The ominous buzz of a bloody chainsaw. The dead stare of an evil clown. The shocking sight of a feasting cannibal. They'll all feel eerily real at Hell Scream Haunts, and that's because the creators are professionals who work the same magic for film and TV. Of the three spaces—the Screamatorium, VonHellton’s House of Horrors, and The Dungeon of Despair—the Screamatorium carries the spookiest story, as it's the rumored former site of a sinister hospital. But no matter which cutting-edge attraction you brave, each are bound to terrify.

5825 Mark Dabling Boulevard
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

At Rocky Mountain Dance Academy, students learn to bust their best moves under the instruction of devoted instructors. The schedule offers a wide variety of classes that cater to diverse boogie ambitions. Children 7–18 years old can cultivate coordination and leverage power over their lanky limbs in jazz, ballet, hip hop, pom pom, and lyrical classes; 2–8 year olds can enjoy the combination jazz-ballet classes. Energetic adult hip hop and Zumba aerobics classes help adults (and anyone over 7 years old) reach their fitness goals without having to get up in the middle of the night to bench-press the TV. Your six-week class will meet for one hour each week and can begin at any time.

3958 N Academy Blvd
Colorado Springs,
CO
US