Dale Street Bistro Cafe - A historic "Painted Lady"
The term "painted lady" has a double meaning.
It was often used to refer to "soiled doves" of the Old West, who painted their faces with makeup when respectable women did not wear makeup.
Accorrding to contemporary standards, to qualify as a true Painted Lady, the house must meet 3 important criteria.
The house must be a balance of color, architecture, and painted in 3 or more contrasting colors bringing out the decorative embellishments of the house.
Dale Street Bistro Cafe supports the history and art of Colorado Springs.
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Our historic dining rooms
Dating back to the to the late 1800's, Dale Street Bistro Cafe has been lovingly restored as a historic piece of Colorado Springs culinary experience.
Our rooms are adorned with paintings from local artist, including, oil, water, acrylic, abstract, landscape and more.
As Winter closes in, and the daylight hours shorten, Dale Street Bistro Cafe offers a romantic, warm and delightful table for two.
During the winter and fall, our sun room offers a taste of the outdoors, without the cold.
Our sun room is heated, cozy, and offers the perfect getaway for your business lunch or afternoon date.