Italian Restaurants in Downtown Fort Collins

45% Off at Papa J’s Italian Restaurant

Papa J’s Italian Restaurant

South Westminster

$20 $11

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Italian favorites such as pizzas, veal or chicken parmesan, calzones, and pasta

Up to 50% Off 3 Sons Italian Restaurant

3 Sons Italian Restaurant

Arvada

$8 $4

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

49% Off Specialty Pizza at Borriello Brothers Pizza

Borriello Brothers Pizza

Lakewood

$21.50 $11

Traditional and gluten-free New York-style pizza include varieties such as buffalo chicken and pesto pizza with roma tomatoes

Up to 38% Off Dinner at The Wooden Table

The Wooden Table Restaurant

Greenwood Village

$93 $60

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Glazed pork belly, ravioli stuffed with house-made mozzarella, roasted duck breast with pancetta, and other gourmet Italian specialties

39% Off Pizza Meals at Abo's Pizza

Abo's Pizza

Centennial

$26.24 $17

New York pizza crafted from hand-tossed, never-frozen dough baked in a brick oven

48% Off at Luigi's Italian Restaurant

Luigi's Italian Restaurant

Centennial

$25 $13

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Traditional Italian recipes of osso buco, roasted chicken, stuffed salmon, and linguine-and-clam pasta made from fresh ingredients

Up to 50% Off Lunch and Dinner at Pasta Jay's

Pasta Jay's

Lone Tree

$20 $11

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Handmade classics such as plates of meatball stroganoff and crumbled sausage diavolo, or margherita and pesto pizzas

48% Off Italian at Mama Lisa's Little Italy

Mama Lisa's Little Italy

Castle Rock

$25 $13

Chicago-style specialty and build your own pizzas topped with such ingredients as pesto sauce; pasta with housemade alfredo and meatballs

Up to 50% Off at Jerseys Best Pizza

Jerseys Best Pizza

Byers

$20 $11

Chefs hand-toss pizzas and calzones and top them with savory sauces, meats, veggies, and cheeses

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Ingredient restaurant offers a smorgasbord of gourmet and customizable culinary bites in a quick-serve atmosphere, catering to dietary restrictions whenever possible. Local ingredients claim squatter's rights on the menu, sprucing up dishes such as the custom salads ($8.95), with more than 75 options to arrange into fully functioning veggie ecosystems.

101 S College Ave
Fort Collins,
CO
US

Silver Grill Cafe was featured in Examiner.com and reviewed in Feasting Fort Collins. Yelpers give it a 3.5-star average. TripAdvisors give it four stars.

218 Walnut St
Fort Collins,
CO
US

Plenty of college students study business. They study business, though, they don't start one of their own. UW students Jason and Rob, however, didn't sit around waiting for graduation. In the middle of an early 1990s night, they surveyed the phone book and agreed that they were tired of the sub-par pizza available to them. Boldly, they started making pies of their own. No business plan. No product testing. Jason and Rob took their pizza to the people, and a business was born.

Today, they're out of college and their Falbo Bros Pizzeria serves its inventive twists on New York-style thin crust, Chicago-style deep dish, and stuffed pizzas in 13 locations across three states. Fresh batches of hand-rolled dough don gourmet toppings such as giardiniera, artichoke hearts, and meatballs. The Falbo kitchens toss specialty pizzas such as the Zeus, whose black olives, spinach, feta cheese, and pepperoncini are baked with the heat of a lightning bolt. Chefs also bake meatball subs and top salads of artichoke hearts, roasted peppers, and grilled chicken with piquant blue cheese dressing. At Falbo's Fort Collins outpost, taps pour local beers from New Belgium and Odell in a seasonal beer garden, and cans of soda offer an alternative fizzy refreshment.

822 S College Ave
Fort Collins,
CO
US

Under the supervision of an experienced chef at Woody’s Tavern, crackling logs not only give pizza dough a crispy crunch, but also create complex, smoky flavors. Chefs top pizzas with specialty combinations, such as the California Dream's basil pesto and artichoke hearts or the Pep Pep Pepperoni's roasted poblanos and jalapeños, and use gluten-free crusts and big, round carrots for those with dietary restrictions. Customers can enjoy the slices by the pie or sample a variety at the shop’s featured all-you-can-eat salad, soup, and pizza bar. These dishes and their hearty half-pound burgers pair well with the 16 drafts on tap, award-winning wine, margaritas, and other cocktails from the bar.

518 W Laurel St
Fort Collins,
CO
US

The kitchen admirals at the locally-owned Krazy Karl's Pizza assemble a menu of savory pies constructed from daily kneaded dough and fresh ingredients, all enhanced by sudsy brews from New Belgium. Catch a specialty dough disk ($6.49–$10.99), such as the Border, cloaked in green chilis, jalapeños, pepperoni, and Cajun seasoning. Diners can also ask a team of hardhat-wearing Lilliputians to construct their own pie ($3.99–$6.99 per pizza; $0.50–$1.50 for each additional topping) from 20 toppings, including feta, meatballs, and cream cheese. The Pub grinder ($5.99) arrives swollen with thinly sliced rib-eye beef, bacon, and cheddar. The kitchensmiths round out the menu with seven garden fresh salads ($3.75–$4.99) and juicy rotisserie wings ($4.99 for six large wings) that perform barrel rolls in the air after bathing in savory sauces.

1124 W Elizabeth St
Fort Collins,
CO
US

The lens-wielders at Cathcart Photography travel to beautiful natural surroundings to capture special moments with vivid photographs that have been highlighted in Range Finder Magazine. Preserve precious memories through the magic of Nikon professional-grade equipment. After the shoot, a photon wrangler will encode high-resolution images on a DVD to share with family and friends or print.

1335 W Elizabeth St
Fort Collins,
CO
US