James Africano, proprietor and executive chef, reopened The Warehouse just recently on October 22, 2015. James has been in the restaurant business for 25 years, getting his start as a chef back in 1998. The restaurant hosts an array of local artists, displaying their pieces in the restaurant as well in the gallery next to the restaurant. A design in the making, James is planning on opening a brewery in the basement area of the restaurant, which is 4500 square feet of open space at the moment. Signature dishes at The Warehouse are the wild boar green chili, house corned bison Reuben, the quail cordon bleu, and their ever popular seasonal pies. Currently, the seasonal pie is the scrumptious deep dish Dutch apple. Executive Chef James makes everything from scratch and supports his community by purchasing all local products. The cuisine at The Warehouse is categorized as ëSouthwest/Rocky Mountainí style. James Africano prides himself on offering a wide variety of menu items at moderate and affordable prices. The ambiance of The Warehouse is that of "turn of the last century building," hosting a very historical vibe. There are two private spaces available for events, holding up to 200 people. The chef and owner of The Warehouse is very involved in the local community, ranging from sponsoring events, donating to the community, and hosting events at the restaurant. Chef Africano prides himself on honoring the history of the restaurant and the original ownership.
25 W Cimarron St
Colorado Springs, CO 80903