Adam's Mountain Cafe

Adam's Mountain Cafe

Adam's Mountain Cafe
  • 719-685-1430
  • 26 Manitou Ave, Manitou Springs, Colorado, United States (US)
  • Closed between 3pm and 4pm Tuesday to Saturday

Why Manitou Springs Loves Them

Vegetarian and Vegan Friendly

Adam’s menu is intentionally designed to accommodate numerous dietary choices while at the same time appealing to those simply wanting a good meal that is satisfying and delicious.

Adam’s menu is intentionally designed to accommodate numerous dietary choices while at the same appealing to those simply wanting a good meal that is satisfying and delicious. We do not follow trends and instead try to consistently provide quality meals prepared in the purest, most authentic manner.  No microwaves are used in Adam’s.  No prepared foods are used in any cafe dish.  We depend heavily on our prep cooks who are responsible for preparing the bulk of the recipes.  We always look to buy organic and/or local first.  All servers are well versed in vegetarian and vegan diets and are trained to assist guests in navigating the menu.  Relationships are the backbone of our operation and that relationship starts with the menu.  We cannot apply all of these principles and be “fast” as well.  Our food takes time despite our best efforts to be efficient and quick.  Good cooking should take time, and we appreciate your patience.

 

Manitou Made

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Why
Manitou Springs?

Manitou Springs is a vibrant, independent, and unique community filled with intelligent, creative people.  Manitou Springs is a walkable community too. Due to the recent and ongoing revitalization, it is pleasant and relaxing to wander the streets while listening to street performers, tasting the spring waters, playing in the play parks and people watching. 

 

Manitou Made

On a Personal Note…

Here at the Cafe we recognize that we have a relatively enormous impact on the environment.  Restaurants are resource hogs and equal to our consumption is our output.  Adam’s has a history of trying to minimize that impact going back to the original location in 1985.  Even then we ordered in bulk, emphasized Organic, and began recycling cans in 1995.  However, over the past decade, we have made a tremendous push to do much more than recycle.  It started with an emphasis on locally sourced products.  We partner with a local farm in Manitou Springs to implement our commercial composting program.  We avoid micro packaging such as sugar packets, ketchup packets, and toothpicks.  Our TO GO packaging is biodegradable and corn-based.  We recycle everything now and are actively working to reduce the use of paper having switched to the iPad for much of our administrative work.  Rather than always ordering the product to the cafe on a truck, we make as many items in the house as possible, such as our chai tea, syrups for coffee drinks, every dessert on the menu, soups, sauces, dressings, and pretty much everything…pretty much.