Cowboy Star Restaurant and Butcher Shop is the first restaurant in Colorado Springs to serve up a unique Neighborhood Fine Dining experience by combining contemporary American cuisine with a western flare.
Our dedication to service is only matched by our attention to detail. You are our number one priority. Your satisfaction is the foundation upon which our entire concept is built upon.
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We are located at
5198 North Nevada Avenue # 150
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
in the University Village Colorado Shopping Center
The interior space features exposed beam ceilings‚ cowboy accents‚ and vintage movie posters. The Old West ambiance provides a laid-back and sleek background perfect for private parties, special events, or just that needed night out. We take your business lunch to the next level with our quiet elegance.
The focal point of Cowboy Star is our stunning display kitchen, which offers an insider's view of where the magic happens.
Attention to detail is our hallmark. Understanding your needs and tailoring an evening to exceed your expectation is our focus. Our pace is relaxed, allowing for an immersive experience. Walk through our doors and leave the wold behind for a few hours. Experience our Romantic Warmth.
The Cowboy Star menu features only the finest in select natural products from the nation’s leading Certified Humane Angus herd along with the freshest seafood available under the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s stringent Seafood Watch Standards.
Ryan has been In the restaurant business since 1999, when he began as a server. His leadership strengths quickly became apparent as he grew into supervisory and training roles. As a 6th generation native of Colorado Springs, Ryan has a deep sense of community and feels that restaurants provide an invaluable contribution by offering guests the opportunity to escape from their daily lives and responsibilities. He is also passionate about training and development, and is excited about Cowboy Star's focus on hospitality driven service.
Jen began her restaurant career at 15 hosting for a small, family owned Chinese restaurant. Despite their size, she quickly learned the importance of details and will always remember the consequences of incorrectly packing to go orders. After serving tables through college at the University of St Catherine, she worked a short stint at a homeless shelter in Minneapolis. "I loved working at St Stephen's (Shelter), but my rent disagreed." She returned to Colorado Springs and began serving again. A few short years later, she was the bar manager for that restaurant. Most recently, Jen was supervising at the destination restaurant, The Golden Bee, within the 5-star Broadmoor Resort. Jen says, "I feel blessed to be a part of the Cowboy Star family. I look forward to watching us grow."