A Delicious Dive into the Sopris Café Menu

Enjoy food and drinks from the Sopris Cafe at Iron Mountain Hot Springs

A Delicious Dive into the Sopris Café Menu

Get ready to tantalize your taste buds at the Sopris Café at Iron Mountain Hot Springs. The restaurant recently unveiled a new menu for spring and summer but repeat guests will be pleased to know their all-time favorites are still available.

Sopris Cafe at Iron Mountain Hot Springs recently unveiled a new menuThe Sopris Café at Iron Mountain Hot Springs has some exciting new offerings for the warm weather season! With a focus on healthy and hearty fare, food and beverage manager Anita Wan, has crafted some delectable new menu items to tempt the taste buds of Iron Mountain’s visitors.

“We understand that our guests primarily come to soak and relax,” explained Wan. “But we like to provide them with something to nibble on while they’re here.” For those in need of a mid-soak snack, the Sopris Café has plenty to satisfy the appetite.

Menu Makes Room for New Flavors

The stars of the Sopris Café spring menu are the quinoa salads, which come in three delicious varieties: Asian, Mediterranean, and Southwest.

  • The Asian salad’s main protein is grilled chicken and includes quinoa, sugar snap peas, cucumbers, red peppers, carrots, red cabbage and is topped with toasted sesame dressing.
  • The Mediterranean is veggie-based and comes with garbanzo beans, quinoa, kale, cucumber, red onions, artichokes, grape tomatoes, feta cheese and balsamic dressing.
  • The Southwest features chipotle bbq tofu, quinoa, jicama, red and yellow peppers, cucumber, red onions, carrots, kale and dressing with a cilantro vinaigrette.

Some items that will be making the rounds on the daily specials board at the Sopris Cafe include the Chipotle BBQ Pork Burnt Ends Sandwich on a telera roll with pickled onions and jalapenos served with a side of jicama slaw with cilantro vinaigrette. The other item that Wan said will make a regular appearance is the Greek Flatbread Pizza which has garlicky chicken, artichokes, red peppers, red onions mozzarella and feta cheese with a Tzaziki sauce drizzle.

Sopris Café Favorites That Are Here to Stay

Charcuterie from the Sopris CafeIf you’re looking for tried-and-true favorites, the Sopris Café has got you covered there as well. Artisan Flatbread Pizzas are always a hit, especially with families. The Trout Spread with capers, red onions, and lemons is another winner, as is the Caprese Salad with grape tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, and balsamic glaze. For those looking for a more substantial snack, the Charcuterie Tray is loaded with meats, cheeses, olives and fruit.

Drinks & Dessert: A Perfect Accompaniment to Your Soak

And let’s not forget about drinks and dessert! On warm days, the soft serve ice cream and fruit smoothies are a refreshing treat.  The Café’s seriously tempting baked goods come from local bakery Sunshine & Moons and include decadent delights such as cream cheese brownies, fudge brownies and chocolate chip cookies. For vegan guests, there are peanut butter cookies, and for those who are gluten-free, blueberry cookies with lime icing.

When it comes to adult beverages, the Sopris Café has got it all, and they serve it in pool-friendly containers so guests can sip while they soak. Whether you’re in the mood for a craft beer, a house-made drink or a cocktail that comes in a can, the Sopris Café is your go-to liquid refreshment stand.

Eat, Drink & Soak at Iron Mountain Hot Springs!

So, if you’re looking for some delicious food and drink options on your next visit to Iron Mountain Hot Springs, be sure to stop by the Sopris Café. Learn more and make your reservations to soak at Iron Mountain Hot Springs today!

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Karin Gamba

Karin Gamba has been writing professionally for the travel and tourism markets for nearly two decades. She has promoted a wide array of travel products that include destination towns, vacation resorts, golf courses, ski areas, spas, hotels, restaurants and countless visitor attractions. Karin especially loves writing about her hometown of Glenwood Springs.

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