15 5th Street
Calhan, CO 80808
Phone: (719) 347-9589
Fax: (719) 347-9594
Bars & Cafes
Rock Bottom is situated close to Springs Ranch Golf Club, making it the ideal place to stop at for a post-game drink. The drinks menu features many an in-house beer, crafted by master brewer Jason Leeman. The seasonal Pumpkin Ale and the Winter Tartan Scottish Ale are two of the innovative beers you can chug down. However, beer is not all this First & Main Town Center brew pub has to offer; there is a complete menu of American cuisine, too. Starters like the brewery platter are perfect for sharing with the group before moving on to the mains. Cajun pasta, chipotle-agave salmon, chicken enchiladas and Tuscan chicken pasta are house favorites. Steaks, burgers, sandwiches and pizzas are also available. The many TV screens ensure you don't have to miss out on the live sporting action while you feast on the delicious food and beers.
A bar that is usually crowded with locals looking for a good time, the Copperhead Road is a country/western bar, serving cold beers, scintillating cocktails and sumptuous snacks. Since it opened in 2009, this bar has gradually carved a niche for itself in the nightlife scene of the city for being an establishment that offers warm service, entertaining live music, and great deals. Another aspect that appeals to customers is that there is no need to dress up to come here, as it is casual to the core. Call to know more.
Bombers is a sports bar that provides great entertainment and food. You can watch the sports game and there are pool tables, foosball tables and darts. Drink specials are available on selected nights, but vary from week to week. There are also events throughout the week, including Texas Hold'em Poker and pool tournaments.
This unusual family-owned complex offers two full-service liquor bars and a separate margarita bar. Two live bands play all types of music every Friday and Saturday, and the separate poolroom offers free pool every Tuesday and an 8-ball tournament on Thursdays. Several big-screen TVs ensure that all the major sports games can be seen. Both the main lounge and oyster bar feature full-service restaurants. The menu features calamari, grilled snapper, shrimp and catfish. Call for Sunday opening hours.
This bar and live music venue is a great place to enjoy a night on the town. Featuring some of the region's best touring bands, the bar's main attractions are great drinks and great music. The bar offers over 140 different types of beer, domestic and imported. Other drinks offered include mixed, frozen and on-the-rocks drinks, cappuccino and espresso. Premium cigars and scotches are also available to help you relax and unwind.
Two-story and wood-paneled, this popular sports bar is a great place to hang out with all your sports-loving friends. Televisions are positioned all over the room, with pool tables and dart machines upstairs. It gets a little noisy from time to time, but the regulars certainly do not seem to care. You will not miss a minute of the sports action while emptying a bucket of cold beer and chomping on a thick, delicious cheeseburger, complete with French fries. Beyond burgers, the menu is very limited.
Let your hair down and relax in a festive western atmosphere that excels at old-fashioned country hospitality. Live country-and-western bands play to a packed house every Friday and Saturday, while disc jockeys take care of spinning the country tunes during the week. The hardwood dance floor comes alive as locals and visitors dance the night away. Karaoke is a great feature of this bar, bring the whole family!
A sports bar might seem like a strange place to relax after a morning run, but the breakfast offerings at this place attract runners in droves. Evidently, runners consider it to be perfect for replacing all those burned-off calories. The afternoon and evening crowds are more impressed with the big-screen TV, disc jockeys and occasional live music. Beyond breakfast, the menu features old-fashioned American favorites like hamburgers and French fries. There is a full bar, but the beer selections are the most popular beverages.
This sophisticated looking bakery has become a landmark on busy Centennial Boulevard. Diners appreciate that there is a separate take-out area so as to eliminate the usual hurried bakery atmosphere. Sandwiches are a popular lunch item. Try a buttery, flaky croissant sandwich, and it will not matter which meat you choose—the croissant makes the sandwich all by itself. Daily chef specials include pasta and pizza. Dessert options are a sugar lover's dream. Buy a slice of carrot cake or take a whole one home. Also open for dinner.
The Triple Nickel Tavern poses as the perfect intermediate link between a biker bar and a traditional watering hole. Besides its well-equipped bar, this tavern also boasts of live music performances by some extremely talented artists and bands. The Triple Nickel Tavern attracts an eclectic crowd that also contributes in making this place the vibrant and electric entertainment venue it is. There's also some excellent tavern grub that's on offer at this place. So in case you get hungry don't go elsewhere, just order something off the menu available at the Triple Nickel Tavern.
Come revisit your favorite old-school arcade games at Supernova. Have a beer while you're here, too! While you're dusting off your Pac Man skills, you can sip on your favorite drink. They have a great selection of classic games, including Donkey Kong, Pole Position, and Streetfighter. Supernova also offers a menu of burgers and sandwiches. With great happy hour specials, it's a great place to unwind, have some fun, and shoot for that high score!
With a Midwestern theme, this downtown bar offers up some unconventional menu options, like fried cheese curds and pickled eggs. They have live music sometimes and a jukebox so you can be the DJ for an evening. During the summer, take your drink out onto the back patio and enjoy the beautiful weather. If you're looking for a place to watch the game or relax after work, Tony's has got you covered.