Step outside your comfort zone and educate your taste buds with the Fort Collins Foodie Walk on Friday, November 17. Old Town Fort Collins showcases unique, delicious restaurants and shops around every corner. The Foodie Walk gives you the opportunity to try something new around town. The culinary shops in Downtown Fort Collins focus on sourcing local and organic ingredients. This self-guided foodie tour includes Happy Lucky’s Teahouse & Treasures, Kilwins Chocolate & Ice Cream, Ku Cha House of Tea, Lost Prairie Winery, Nuance Chocolate, Golden Poppy Herbal Apothecary, Fort Collins Food Cooperative and more. Can’t make it this time? The Foodie Walk takes place every third Friday. Visit downtownfortcollins.com/events/foodie-walk for details and monthly specials.
By: Doug Usher When you hear the word “craft” in Fort Collins, your first thought is probably “beer.” But there’s another craft scene on the rise in town, one with a higher proof and a longer shelf life. The craft distilling scene has been steadily growing over the last couple of years in Northern Colorado. While still small compared to most local craft breweries, these libation creators are nonetheless producing […]
By: Ainhoa Palacios If there is one thing to notice and love about Fort Collins, it is the abundance of original, one-of-a-kind eateries. Whether it is to grab a quick bite, or sip on a delicately handcrafted cocktail, most of these locales surpass the quality of any nearby Chili’s or Applebees one could opt for (but why would you?). The next thing to notice about this town is the abundance […]
Just when it seemed like Fort Collins had enough pizza joints, Pizza Rev showed up and brought a whole new element to the game. Only a handful of months removed from its opening, the franchise is quickly separating itself from local competition with its build-your-own-pizza model and progressive methods of operation. Located on the corner of Laurel and College, it’s in a prime location for both CSU students and residents […]