Interested in checking out the newest businesses to open in Colorado Springs? Read on for the newest destinations to open for business recently, from a Hawaiian-Asian fusion restaurant to a barbershop offering haircuts for both men and women.
New to 4707 N. Academy Blvd. in Northeast Colorado Springs is Poké Bop, a sushi bar and Hawaiian and Asian fusion spot.
The menu includes a variety of poke bowls with add-ons like ahi tuna, salmon, chicken breast or shrimp and scallops. Poke burritos, like the Crazy King Kong with spicy tuna and salmon, mixed greens, fried tofu, cucumber, avocado, Hot Cheetos and more, are also available.
The restaurant is off to a strong start with 4.5 stars out of five reviews on Yelp.
Yelper Tina G., who reviewed the spot on June 20, wrote, "I had the build-your-own bowl with garlic shrimp and spicy salmon. It was very fresh and flavorful. I loved all the choices of unlimited toppings and sauces too."
Midtown Grill, a bar and traditional American spot, recently opened at 333 S. Tejon St. in central Colorado Springs.
The menu features chicken wings, corn dogs, burgers and sandwiches such as the pot roast, the turkey avocado melt and the steak and corned beef Reuben.
With four stars out of four reviews on Yelp, it is off to a positive start with locals.
Yelper Mark B. wrote on July 1, "Great place, friendly atmosphere. I had the black and blue burger and my wife had the pot roast, and both were great."
Art of Fadez
New to 6936 N. Academy Blvd. in northeast Colorado Springs is Art of Fadez, a barber shop.
In addition to men's and women's haircuts, the shop offers shaves, beard trimming and facial masks.
With 3.5 stars out of three reviews on Yelp, the new shop is still finding its footing.
Yelper Bethany S. wrote, "Manny was the barber that cut [my boyfriend's] hair and he did a phenomenal job. This place is very professional and clean. I recommend anyone looking for a new barber to come here and try it."
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