We are proud to announce we will be serving happy
hour from 4:00-6:00pm, with drink and food specials
every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

Happy Hour
4:00 – 6:00 pm


Bud Light Bottle – $2.50
Well Drink – $3.00
Calina Chardonnay Glass – $4.00
White Zinfandel Glass – $4.00
Fred’s Red Glass – $4.00
Martini Special – $5.00

Small Plates

White Truffle Fries
Shoestring potatoes, white truffle oil
minced chives, Manchego cheese – $4.00

Crispy Chicken Bites
Brined prosciutto crusted chicken
roasted shallot dipping sauce – $5.00

The Panini
Sourdough, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil
Beefsteak tomatoes – $5.00

Artichoke Tempura
Artichoke bottoms with
citrus dipping sauce – $5.00

Sautee Shrimp
Sautee Shrimp with a Chipotle
dipping sauce – $5.00

Recently voted Best New Lounge by The Gazette.

The interior decorators of Motif Jazz Club would like to invite you and your friends to a Meet and Greet cocktail happy hour. Please come and meet the decorators, Jason and Christine of D’Zine Interiors, at Motif Jazz Club and enjoy a complimentary glass of their fun twist on the classic Italian Bubbly: Limón cello Processco Cocktail, Peach & Lavender Bellini or Pomegranate Processco Cocktail and Appetizers.

Where:  Motif Jazz Club

2432 Cucharras Street

Old Colorado City, Colorado Springs (behind Food Designers)

When:  Thursday, April 28, 2011

Time:     5:30pm – 7:30pm

RSVP to: info@dzineinteriors.com

We are having Sunday Spring Jazz Brunches — 10a.m. to 2p.m. starting Easter Sunday. Live music from 11a.m. to 2p.m. featuring John Wise (bass) and Ken Janzen (piano).

Truffle Egg Soufflé

Leeks, Gruyere cheese, Barvarian

Ham served with Home-Fries – $9.25

Motif Eggs Benedict

Poached eggs in Artichoke cups served

Sautéed spinach, tomatoes, goat cheese

Béarnaise – $8.75

Two Eggs Any Style

Home-fries, Bacon and Toast – $9.00

Texas French Toast

Pecan Rum Syrup – $8.25

Grilled Sirloin Steak

Served with Motif Home-fries, two eggs

Any style, pan sauce gravy – $14.00

Green Apple Beignets

Five spice sugar, buttermilk

ice cream – $8.75

Fresh Baked Pastries

Orange Honey Lavender butter – $7.00

Croque Monsieur Panini

Sourdough, ham, Gruyere cheese – $8.25

Shrimp Cocktail

Bloody Mary Dipping Sauce – $9.00


Motif Home-Fries – $3.00

Apple-Wood Smoked Bacon – $3.00

Sourdough Toast – $2.00


Bloody Mary

Vodka and Motif’s special blend of

tomato juice and spices -$6.00


Champagne and orange juice -$6.00

Bayou Breeze

Rum, limeade and mint – $6.00

Hyatt Pinot Gris – Greeting Wine

Roza Ridge Chard/Viognier

Potato Round with panseared Salmon medallion, lemon butter dill toasted, garlic Burre Monte

Roza Ridge Syrah

Mixed greens with crispy herbed goat cheese croutons and a roasted shallot vinaigrette.

Roza Ridge Merlot

Sweet Potato Gnocchi with black truffle cream sauce

Roza Ridge Cabernet

Prosciutto & Pistacchio Crusted Rack of Lamb with parsnip chive mashed potatoes and a pomegranate jus

Hyatt Riesling

Apple Flan & Carmel with chai whip

2007 Santa Cruz Mountains Chardonnay

Artichoke, Tomato and Goat Cheese Stuffed Puffs

2007 Santa Cruz Pinot Noir

Pan Seared Shrimp Red Chile, Ginger, Kaffir Lime
with Miso Braised Bok Choy

2007 Paso Robles Merlot

Motif Style Steak Fritz with Foie Au Poivre Sauce

2007 Cabernet Sauvignon Alexander Valley Sonoma County

Whipped Brie de Meaux en Feuillete

2009 Monterey Chardonnay

Mixed Berry Medley, Honey, Cinnamon Shortbread Mascarpone Whip


Small Plates

The Motif Salad

Seasonal greens, Anjou pear, shaved

sourdough crouton, Serrano ham crackling

warm brie vinaigrette – $5.00

Crispy Chicken Bites

Brined prosciutto crusted chicken

roasted shallot dipping sauce – $8.00

Salmorejo Shrimp

Skewered tiger shrimp, New Mexican

chili marinade$8.00

White Truffle Fries

Shoestring potatoes, white truffle oil

minced chives, Manchego cheese – $6.00

The Panini

Sourdough, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil

Beefsteak tomatoes – $7.25

Kobe Brioche Sliders

Kobe beef burger, oven roasted tomato

rocket arugula, whipped Port-Salut

and, prosciutto bacon$10.00

Steak & Potato

Sauteed 4oz filet of beef on a crispy

potato with Béarnaise  – $14.00

Sweet Potato Gnocchi

Delicate handmade gnocchi, sage cream

And crushed amaretti- $8.00

Asian Salmon

Fresh seared salmon, soy caramel

over toasted garlic spinach – $12.00

Artichoke Tempura

Artichoke bottoms with

citrus dipping sauce – $7.00

Semolina Flatbread

Caramelized shallots, figs, Herb goat

cheese with honey drizzle – $7.50


Arbequina olives, Manchego, Mahon

Queso Azul, Mostata di frutta, Sopresatta

Sourdough baguette – $12.00

Lobster Ravioli

Served with a lobster cream sauce

And Perigond truffle butter – $15.00

Chef’s Special

Ask your server for details

Dipping Sauce

roasted shallotbéarnaise

black chili mayo – srirachi lime aioli

piquillo pepper catsup

Additional Sauces $1.00 each


Fresh Fruit Cobbler

Mixed berries and apples topped with chai

Whipping cream, puff pastry and vanilla

Bean ice cream – $8.00

Maple Crème Brulee

Infused with Vermont maple syrup

And raw sugar shell – $6.50

Warm Chocolate Lava Cake

Served with toasted walnut sauce and

vanilla bean ice cream – $7.00

Please be advised that an 18% gratuity

will be added to parties of 6 or more

and will be on one check.

Lightly seared Ahi tuna dusted with Motif spice toasted wonton square with sliced cherry tomato, serrano pepper, shaved scallions and micro wasabi sesame ginger sauce.

Rachel Hess, left, and Christina Rizzo, both 16, shopped at the Barracuda Bazaar in Old Colorado City on Sept. 30. The store, which has been in neighborhood for 15 years, recently moved down the street to a new location on Colorado Avenue.
October 08, 2010 4:23 PM
The Gazette

For decades, Old Colorado City has had T-shirt shops. It’s had good ethnic restaurants. It’s had tchotchkes. And now it has something else: buzz.

We’re not talking about the buzz from marijuana dispensaries. We’re talking about buzz, as in “Have you been to the sexy new jazz club?”; “Have you seen that cool new coffee shop?”; or “Did you see there’s an Ethiopian restaurant?”

The bubbly gossip speaks to a new level of hip in a place that once considered antler chandeliers the height of cool.

Of course, cool isn’t something easily measured, but consider this: Neither the jazz club Motif nor the alt-music venue The Loft even have signs outside their businesses. If you’re in the know, you already know about them, and if you’re not … well, keep driving.

Ricky Sweum – “Piebald City”

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