Tejon St. There’s a place in this restaurant where they can find a home and actually have quiet, or be down here and be part of the party.”
Read the full story at gazette.com. downtown, said Jason Rogers, a chef and partner with Oskar Blues’ restaurant arm. Oskar Blues, the Longmont-based restaurant, craft beer brewer and music venue, plans to open in late September in the DeGraff Building at 118 N. Related Articles

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The venue is about twice as large as other Oskar Blues locations, with seating for 400 people and space for a total of 700, said Brian Mark, Oskar Blues’ general manager in Colorado Springs. “We wanted to be friendly to every group, meaning families, business people. The restaurant will open in September. 1, 2017, on the first floor of the new Oskar Blues restuarant in downtown Colorado Springs will feature 48 beers on tap while the bar downstairs will feature 24 taps. It’s taking over space that had been occupied for 33 years by Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom, which didn’t renew its lease and moved out in July 2016. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
One of northern Colorado’s more popular entertainment concepts will make its Colorado Springs debut in a few weeks. “It was important for us to bring something to Colorado Springs that isn’t like anything else that’s down here,” said Brian Mark, Oskar Blues’ general manager in Colorado Springs. The main bar, shown Friday, Sept.