Poor Richard’s and Rancho Liborio, Colorado Springs

So, one place we go all the time but hardly ever talk about is Rico’s Cafe and Wine Bar- it’s part of Poor Richard’s. You know, the bookstore, toy store, and restaurant downtown.

Latte from Poor Richards/Ricos, Colorado Springs
Latte from Poor Richards/Ricos, Colorado Springs

They have all kinds of sandwiches, salads, and pizzas. Their pizza is really good. Their hummus plate is one of my favorite items.

Hummus plate from Rico's/Poor Richard's. Colorado Springs

Hummus plate from Rico's/Poor Richard's. Colorado Springs

 Had to go back to Rancho Liborio for Mexican food. DM had the beef burrito again.

Rancho Liborio, Colorado Springs

Rancho Liborio, Colorado Springs

 They were out of almost everything I wanted so I wound up with some chile cheese tamales and some rice. The tamales were good- not great- and the rice was just ok. I think this place is for tacos (which were awesome) and burritos only. We’re going to branch out and try some other taquerias in town. Anyone have any suggestions?

Tamales from Rancho Liborio

Tamales from Rancho Liborio

That’s about all the restauranting we did this week. I think Mike is going to do a review of another place we went to, Burger City.