Perhaps I could “wing” it going through the drive-thru, but we found EVERY parking space to be designated as a curbside pick up spot, so Stella and I were confused as to where those of us dining inside were supposed to park. Already tired after a long day at work, I was forced to use a touch-screen kiosk (and my brain) to place my order (in the midst of Covid germs) AFTER first scanning my cc. Then I’m instructed to go to the large screen on the wall (which has everyone’s name in plain view on it) and wait there (about 10 minutes) or watch the screen from your table until it tells you which hole (bay) your food is in. The diet “kola” tastes like flowers...the cherry selection is much better. My deluxe sandwich and tater tots were tasty enough. The seat had a bunch of throw pillows on it, and I kept feeling like I was going to accidentally knock one onto the floor. You can play an arcade game while you wait. When it’s time to leave, you need to be focused and alert as you sort each item of trash into the proper recycle bins. Since they are Colorado based, “hatched in Denver”, I wanted to give them a try, but next time I think I’ll stick to the drive-thru. You’ll find this BirdCall at Dublin and Tutt, just east of Powers.
6510 Tutt Blvd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80923