Downtown Savings Pass Delivers the Discounts

The free app lets you dine, drink and shop for less at all your favorite restaurants, bars, coffeehouses, boutiques, salons and more.

A man walks into a bar. He says to the barkeep, “I’d like a beer—and a free one for my friend here.” The bartender’s eyes narrow—then widen. She throws back her head with a hardy laugh. “Ah, I see you have a Downtown Saving Pass! Drink up, my friends, with a BOGO special!” 

There’s really no punchline here. If you don’t have a Downtown Savings Pass yet, you’re missing out on some stellar deals at downtown restaurants, bars, shops and boutiques. The web-based app by Downtown Partnership gives you easy access to deals and discounts at almost 70 locally-owned downtown businesses. 

“The Discover Downtown Savings Pass not only makes it fun and affordable to explore our great shops and restaurants, it’s another reminder of the vital importance of shopping locally to support our community,” says Susan Edmondson, Downtown Partnership president and CEO.

mom, grandmother and toddler shop on Tejon Street in downtown Colorado Springs
Girls shopping day on Tejon Street. Photo courtesy of Downtown Partnership,

Of course there are lots of restaurants, bars, breweries and distilleries included, but you’ll also find salons, galleries, coffee shops, boutiques and more. We love the buy-one-get-one-free deals, and there are also free appetizers and 15%, 20% and 50% off offers for food, drink and clothing and gift retailers. We’re fans of discounted admission to CityROCK, the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum and the new 3E’s Comedy Club too. 

To download the app and get a list of all the discount details, head to  

Who’s on the Downtown Savings Pass?

Here’s an overview of all the shopping, dining, drinking and other participating establishments: 


Atomic Cowboy, Colorado Springs

Bingo Burger

Bonny and Read Seafood

Bread & Butter Neighborhood Market

Cacao Chemistry

CO.ATI: Anju Korean Eats

CO.ATI: XOXO Dessert Bar

Colorado Craft Social

Everest Nepal Restaurant

Four by Brother Luck

Fratelli Ristorante Italiano

Hafa Adai Fiesta Food

Jack Quinn’s Irish Pub

Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar

Jose Muldoon’s 

La’au’s Taco Shop

MacKenzie’s Chop House

Odyssey Gastropub

Panino’s Restaurant

Pikes Peak Brewing Company Lager House

Pita Pit

Rasta Pasta

Red Gravy

Spice Island Grill

The Bench

The Candy Bar on Tejon

The Exchange

The Ute & Yeti

Urban Egg, A Daytime Eatery


1350 Distilling

Atomic Cowboy

CO.ATI: Rival Bar

Downtown Fine Spirits & Wines

Lee Spirits Company

Mash Mechanix Brewing

Odyssey Gastropub

Ohana Kava Bar

Oskar Blues Grill & Brew

Pikes Peak Brewing Company Lager House

Pikes Peak Lemonade

Story Coffee Co.

The Bench

The Carter Payne

The Perk Downtown

The Wild Goose Meeting House

Warehouse Restaurant & Gallery


A Likely Story

Art 111

Ashley’s Attic

Bang Bang

Barre Forte

Brown’s Shoe Fit Co.

Coralun Vintage

Crafted Colorado Handmade Market

Eclectic CO.

Episcopal Women’s Thrift Store

Everest Tibet Imports

Frayla Boutique

Halo Clothing Boutique

Jack Miller Jewelry Designers

Kreuser Gallery

Ladyfingers Letterpress

Meininger Art Supply

Moonbeam Clothiers

Redoux Consignment Boutique

Rocky Mountain Soap Market

Savory Spice Shop

Sparrow Hawk Gourmet Cookware

Sweetest Secret Boutique

Terra Verde

The Art Bank and Oriental Rug Center

The Candy Bar on Tejon

The Living Room

The Local Honey Collective

Title Nine



3E’s Comedy Club


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U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum

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Jeremy Jones
Jeremy Jones is Springs’ co-founder, editorial director and chief outdoor officer. He loves building community by telling stories about all the people, places and culture that make Colorado Springs an amazing place to live. And he’s especially stoked when exploring new places in the Springs, Colorado and beyond. Watch for him hiking, running or mountain biking the local trails with his wife and kids.

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