Everyday: 11 AM – 9 PM
Free parking in our private parking lot located behind the building!
Mon – Sat: 3 PM – 6 PM
Thursday, November 26th
Join us for an all-you-can-eat traditional Thanksgiving dinner. $30 will include a glass of wine/champage, dinner, and dessert. Call us at (719) 685-9114 to make your reservation today!
November – December (Limited dates.)
PJ's Stagecoach Inn is the perfect place to host your Christmas party! Rent a small room or the entire restaurant. Dates are booking fast. Call us at (719) 685-9114 to secure your spot today.
The Stagecoach Inn restaurant has been a staple of Manitou Springs's eating for decades. You can’t miss us—we’re the one with the red stagecoach out front!
Stop by for lunch or dinner and enjoy a burger and beer on one of our two patios.
Stay tuned! Breakfast options coming soon.
Located in the heart of downtown Manitou, we’re the perfect place to refuel after a day of shopping and sightseeing. Mingle with the locals, people-watch on the patio—we’re here to serve you!
Designed to delight the palette of all ages, our menu is filled with Colorado classics like Rocky Mountain Oysters and House Green Chili Fries as well as twists on old favorites like Chicken Fried Bison.
Looking for something sweet? Try our Vanilla Bean Crème Brûlée or a classic Brownie A La Mode.
Built in 1881, this original stage stop has been a local tradition since the 1940’s. True to the history and tradition of the Old West, we cook the old-fashioned way, made-from-scratch.
On our grounds is an authentic replica of a Concord-style Stagecoach. The Concord Stagecoach was made to provide additional comfort to its passengers. Through the use of leather straps attached to the undercarriage, the coach will rock back and forth. Mark Twain is quoted as saying “it feels as if you are floating on clouds.” Take a step back in time and climb on board our stagecoach.
Shortly after the advent of train travel, the barn-like structure that was the original stage stop in Manitou Springs was transformed into the first electric company in Manitou Springs. Later the building became home of the Manitou Springs Journal. One of the paper boys for the Journal, A.B. Armstrong, later bought both buildings and transformed them into the Stagecoach Inn. He and his family operated the Stagecoach Inn for many decades. Paul Jakubczyk purchased the Stagecoach Inn in 2015, with a commitment to building upon its rich tradition with an exciting customer experience inside and out.
We would love to help you with your special occasion. Office Christmas parties, birthdays, etc. We’re ready for you!