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Ruth Lafler | Oct 12, 200106:57 PM     1

I'm heading off to Colorado Springs in about a week, and I just wanted to check one more time for restaurant recommendations.

I'm going to be meeting up with some friends there, at least one of whom is not a very adventurous eater. We're also on a fairly tight budget.

So any suggestions of a non-chain place where we can have a nice, reasonably priced meal that will satisfy a chowhound and also a less adventurous eater will be welcome.

In addition, we're going to be brown-bagging it some days. Any good delis or markets where we can get prepared foods, breads, cheeses, etc. that's better than a supermarket? Or even the name of a particularly good supermarket? Since we're from out of town, addresses (or street/cross streets) would be really helpful!

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