Ready to take in and consume this summer season, Fort Collins?
If so, we can support.
Coloradoan reporter Erin Udell keeps a shut eye on the Fort Collins-place food and beverage scene, supplying visitors with every month cafe roundups and so, so considerably much more.
No matter if you’re from here or just checking out, underneath you’ll locate some advice on snacking and sipping your way by this summer months in the Selection City.
This list will be current, so continue to be tuned.
Dining in Fort Collins
FoCo Meals Truck Rally returns to Metropolis Park: After modifications associated to the COVID-19 pandemic last summertime, the yearly Fort Collins rally has returned to its usual Tuesday night time agenda and product this summer time.
Northern Colorado farmers marketplaces creak back to lifestyle. Find out wherever to go in Larimer County and what COVID-19 safeguards to assume.
Searching for a FoCo patio to dangle out on? We have bought some thoughts on where to spend an afternoon taking in regional fare, as perfectly as some solar rays.
Brunch is always a excellent plan. Check out some of Fort Collins’ independent breakfast places.
‘Ghost restaurant’ trend grows in Fort Collins: While the thought of supply-only dining establishments has been all-around for years, much more eateries have been investing in the “ghost restaurant” idea, possibly by partnering with other eating places or tweaking their existing operations to sell recently branded principles. (Notice: Some ghost restaurants are now closed.)
New Northern Colorado food stuff trailer fuses Florida, Colorado flavors: Floridarado features a vary of menu goods, from a green chile bison burger called “The Colorado” to a crabcake sandwich with a handmade remoulade and citrus slaw named “The Florida.”
Satisfy the Chefrey’s Cheesesteaks and Additional: This Fort Collins-centered foods cart specializes in cheesesteaks and other hot sandwiches built using Colorado meats and sausages and hearth-baked bread rolls brought in from Philadelphia-born bakery Amoroso’s.
Seize a consume in Fort Collins
The quite a few breweries of Fort Collins: Sure, you know about New Belgium and Odell. But Fort Collins has a ton of other breweries to pay a visit to.
FoCo’s most household-welcoming breweries: If you might be preparing to hit the brewery scene with young children in tow, here is a seem at which breweries could be your very best bet for spouse and children entertaining.
New Belgium proudly unveils its worst-tasting beer with a local climate adjust warning: Meet Torched Earth Ale, a new beer brewed employing smoke-tainted drinking water, dandelions and drought-resistant grains — elements New Belgium estimates would be readily available to the brewing sector in a weather-ravaged future.
Strategies for ingesting in the warmth: Right here are just a few matters to preserve in head as you delight in summer in Fort Collins.
What is in the functions?
6 new places to eat set to open up in Fort Collins this summer time: Half a dozen new places to eat are established to open throughout Fort Collins this summer months, from two Denver-based mostly eateries building moves up north to an early 2000s preferred searching for its comeback.
French bakery, bistro to take in excess of extended-vacant previous Aged City Jimmy John’s: French bakery and bistro Philippe is established to open up in the house late this summer — boasting pastries, desserts and reliable regional French dishes.
Completely 80’s Pizza to take about shuttered Fort Collins Pizza Hut: Totally 80’s Pizza, which has been slinging pizzas from the 1980s-memorabilia-lined walls of its Midtown strip mall since 2014, will just take about the previous Pizza Hut at 2567 S. Shields St.
Denver Mexican cafe Los Chingones to open up Fort Collins locale: Los Chingones is getting in excess of 3541 E. Harmony Street, the previous household of Harmony Commons breakfast and lunch spot Famous Toastery, which shuttered in 2019. The restaurant is preparing for a June opening.
Peculier Ales to take above previous C.B. & Potts taproom and brewing facility: The brewery has signed a lease for the former Potts facility at 1831 E. Mulberry St. in Fort Collins and options to open up a new Peculier Ales site there this summer season.
Holly Engelman is the planner/programmer at the Coloradoan. Get in touch with her at [email protected]. Support her operate and that of other Coloradoan journalists by buying a electronic membership today.