Restaurants in Northwest

50% Off at d'Vine Bistro

d'Vine Bistro

d'Vine Bistro

$20 $10

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Mediterranean-influenced, modern cuisine using seasonal and local ingredients; wine flights complement tapas such as trout pate and ahi tuna

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International Appetite

Old Town Fort Collins

$20 $10

(5)

Loscano Private Reserve wine with tapas such as handmade vegetable gyoza or quinoa cakes

Up to 42% Off Murder Mystery Dinner Theater

The Dinner Detective

Fort Collins

$152 $89

Guests sleuth along with the cast as they dine on a four-course meal with wine

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Cranford Cove Tea Tavern

Greeley

$10 $5

Guests sip toddies made with spirits and high-end teas, and dine on pastries, panini, and gluten-free cakes

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Canton Palace/Osaka Hibachi

Loveland

$20 $10

(109)

Two-part restaurant serves traditional dishes from across Asia on one side, and Japanese hibachi-grilled meats on the other

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Armadillo Restaurants

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Enchiladas with red chilis, giant smoked-chicken quesadillas, carnitas, and fajita sandwiches

50% Off Indian and Nepali Cuisine at Everest Restaurant

Everest Restaurant

Longmont

$20 $10

(35)

Indian and Nepali dishes such as butter chicken in tomato sauce, spicy lamb vindaloo, and vegetable momo with steamed dumplings and chutney

50% Off at Leenie's Southern Cafe

Leenie's Southern Cafe

Longmont

$24 $12

(61)

Eatery dishes out southern favorites such as gumbo, fried chicken, and waffles with pecans, along with sweets such as pie and cupcakes

50% Off at South Philly Cheese Steaks

South Philly Cheesesteaks

Multiple Locations

$10 $5

(79)

Cheese steaks, wraps, and other hot sandwiches made with some ingredients sourced directly from Philly

Up to 50% Off at Zamparellis Italian Bistro

Zamparellis Italian Bistro

Lafayette

$30 $18

(54)

This husband and wife culinary team use family recipes and local ingredients to craft dishes like meatball parmesan and brick-oven pizzas

53% Off at Stone Brewed Coffee Company

Stone Brewed Coffee Company

Lafayette

$15 $7

Eatery creates coffee that's flavored with smokes in 12 various woods, and serves old fashioned BBQ with personal twists

50% Off at Spicy Tacos

Spicy Tacos

Brighton

$30 $15

Mexican eatery's menu features a variety of classics such as burritos, chile rellenos, fajitas, and more

45% Off Indian Cuisine at Royal Clay Oven

Royal Clay Oven

Boulder

$20 $11

(25)

Refined Indian dishes such as spicy lamb vindaloo, shrimp cooked in a clay oven & vegetarian saag paneer with homemade cheese & spinach

Up to 40% Off Mexican Cuisine at Mami's Authentic

Mami's Authentic

Boulder

$20 $12

Burritos, enchiladas, tacos, quesadillas, and nachos made with family recipes sate appetites with meats, veggies & traditional ingredients

Up to 50% Off Asian Cuisine at Zo Sushi and Thai

Zo Sushi and Thai

Broomfield Town Centre

$30 $15

Cooks whip up 30 speciality sushi rolls with inventive ingredient arrangements, as well as prepare a whole slew of classic Thai dishes

Up to 47% Off Lunch or Dinner at Ooka Sushi

Ooka Sushi

Park Business Plaza

$20 $11

(97)

Panang curry with pineapple, crispy duck marinated in Chinese fire spices, and sushi and sashimi pair with beer, wine, and sake

43% Off Lunch for One or Two at Bittersweet Cafe & Confections

Bittersweet Cafe & Confections

Lakeshore Athletic Club - Flatirons

$14.04 $8

Cafe lunch for one or two includes sandwich, panini or salad plus 20-ounce latte, mocha, or coffee for each person

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In the midst of the vast wyoming prairie you ll find little america cheyenne an 80 acre oasis of luxury and service surrounded by beautifully groomed grounds a nine hole executive golf course and an olympic size outdoor swimming pool. Little america hotel in cheyenne is located conveniently at the junction of interstate 80 and interstate 25 within minutes of downtown cheyenne the state capitol f.e. Warren air force base and cheyenne frontier days park. The little america hotel in cheyenne offers 188 luxurious oversized guestrooms each with 37inch flat screen televisions down pillows and other luxury amenities. The grounds are beautifully landscaped with flower gardens. Attended to by an eager and friendly staff you will be impressed by the quality of service and commitment to excellence.

2800 W Lincolnway
Cheyenne,
WY
US

In the tradition of authentic Thai cooking, the chefs at Sri Thai blend sweet, spicy, and sour flavors in careful proportions to bring out the essence of each dish—efforts not overlooked by food reviewer Kristin Mastre of Feasting Fort Collins, who awarded it four out of four stars. Both the lunch and dinner menus wax lengthy, listing curries with coconut milk and peanuts as well as fried rice and noodle dishes. A vast selection of dishes is also available gluten-free or vegetarian, and the entire menu is MSG-free, a particular boon to vowel appreciators.

950 S Taft Hill Rd
Fort Collins,
CO
US

At the foot of the northern Colorado Rockies, where Rist Canyon and Poudre Canyon meet the Cache La Poudre River which enters the north west end of LaPorte Colorado. Bob’s Coffee Shop revs up the engines of the folks passing through. Bob’s is home of great coffee drinks, there famous 99 cent breakfast burritos, bakery sweet

3522 County Road 54G
Laporte,
CO
US

You’d be hard-pressed to find a can of vegetables, a bag of sliced bread, or a box of instant cake mix in The Backporch Cafe kitchen. The chefs are wary of the premade foods, bottled sauces, and magic beans found in grocery stores, preferring to whip up all their dishes from scratch. So they bake fresh apple pies, bran raisin muffins, and buttermilk biscuits each morning, along with from-scratch loaves of rye, wheat, and cheddar sourdough bread. As a yawning breakfast crowd begins to wander in, the chefs turn their attention to three-egg omelets, chorizo burritos, and lightly grilled french toast. Come lunchtime, they’ll layer housemade bread with house-smoked chicken, turkey, and ham before plating the sandwiches alongside handfuls of fries and scoops of potato salad.

Complementing all of this homestyle cooking is a beverage list that includes coffee, juice, bloody marys, screwdrivers, and Manmosas—orange juice mixed with Easy Street wheat beer from the nearby Odell Brewing Company. When the weather's nice, diners can lounge beneath magenta umbrellas on the patio.

1101 E Lincoln Ave
Fort Collins,
CO
US

The sandwich artists at Silver Mine Subs take a no grilling or frying approach to designing bread-bound eats, putting the spotlight on fresh, crisp ingredients. Browse the menu in search of the Steam Engine, a warm hoagie stuffed with meatballs, marinara sauce, and provolone (5", $4.19), or the turkey-and-avocado-packed Caribou (8", $5.79). For a more flavorful punch than a chocolate-dipped boxing glove, patrons can aggravate the Mother Lode's layers of roast beef, turkey, ham, and salami (11", $9.79). Complement subs with a piping-hot cup of broccoli-cheese soup ($2.99) or a garden salad sprinkled with fat-free ranch dressing ($3.99).

1281 E Magnolia St
Fort Collins,
CO
US

When guests at Elliot's Martini Bar want something savory, sweet, or spicy, they not only look to the the kitchen's tapas chefs, but first and foremost to the bartenders. The cocktail artists stock everything from cream cheese and bacon olives to rosemary- and thyme-infused simple syrups behind the bar. By mixing and matching these special add-ons, they concoct an extensive menu of classic and creative cocktails.

For sweeter creations, they mix orange and grapefruit vodkas with a splash of lemonade, cranberry juice, and rhubarb bitters, and they spice up nights with tequila topped off with tawny port and ginger beer. On the more savory side, the drink-slingers shake up vodka and gin with olive juice and hot sauce, garnished with gorgonzola blue cheese and olives.

While the drinks are this hot spot's specialty, chefs are on hand to help patrons soak up their libations and remember that their name is Pam Jenkins. They serve up a select menu of shareable tapas including open-faced toasted sandwiches and antipasta skewers.

234 Linden St
Fort Collins,
CO
US