Groceries & Markets in Fort Collins


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  • The Backporch Cafe
    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.
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    1101 E Lincoln Ave
    Fort Collins, CO US
  • Fish
    Fresh fare can be found at Fish, where diners seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. If you're avoiding fat or gluten, you can still eat great at Fish, which offers a number of low-fat and gluten-free choices. Drinks are also on the menu here, so visitors can start the night off right. No suit, no problem! The dress code at laid-back Fish is ultra casual. If you're hoping to make a smashing impression at your next soiree, you can also have Fish cater for you. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go. Fish patrons can find street parking at the W Oak St location. Looking for delicious food for under $15? Look no further than Fish.
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    150 W Oak St
    Fort Collins, CO US
  • Firm Body Boot Camp
    When not busy taming bucking broncos as a professional bull rider, fitness aficionado and owner of Firm Body Boot Camp Ryan Ehmann helps physiques to evict calories during boot-camp workouts and vivacious Zumba classes. Ryan helps guests to blitz unwanted flab with a series of pushups, sit-ups, and various machine and free-weight exercises, each set to the motivational exhortations of the skilled fitness instructor and his animatronic dumbbell backup singers. To help fortify the workout's results away from the gym, Ehmann equips boot-camp contestants with a bundle of exercise extras, including motivational tactics, diet tips, and workout DVDs, which unveil proper warm-up techniques before guiding muscles through a carefully calibrated step-by-step routine.
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    5636 McWhinney Boulevard
    Loveland, CO US
  • Concertos In Chocolate
    The chocolatiers behind Concertos in Chocolate hand-dip all their truffles, nut-filled bark, and other confections in European-style chocolate forged from fresh whipping cream, butter, and pure flavorings. Orb-like truffles hide unique fillings flavored with lavender and champagne, and nostalgic confections, including hefty coconut stacks, keep children from sneaking off on time-travel missions to find the treats their parents reminisce about. The confectioners also mold fresh-fruit purees into fruit gigs—gems of black currant and passionfruit that sparkle with dustings of sugar.
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    6395 Gunpark Dr
    Boulder, CO US
  • Max Muscle Sports Nutrition
    Max Muscle has been a leader in the nutrition industry since 1991. We are committed to improving the health and sports performance of people from all walks of life through high quality supplements and educations from our team of Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialists (CFNS).
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    1933 28th St
    Boulder, CO US
  • The Cheese Course - Boulder
    With a name like The Cheese Course, it's no surprise that the bistro sandwiches here sport gourmet cheeses from around the world. Patrons crunch down on daily-baked white or whole-wheat French baguettes loaded with roast beef and Danish blue cheese, with grilled pastrami, sauerkraut, and swiss Emmental, and with goat cheese and roasted veggies. Some sandwiches are extra cheesy, including the simple but tasty grilled cheeses and the most popular sandwich, the prosciutto di parma. This 14-month-aged, imported Italian meat gets its nutty flavor from the parmigiano-reggiano whey in the pig's diet. As one would expect, The Cheese Course also shows off its wares with cheese courses, which showcase 2?3 types of cheese of the diner's choice and arrive with a fresh baguette and proper pairings, such as olives or Tuscan honey. The majority of the shop's artisanal cheeses come from cheese makers who use the same cheese-making methods that have been passed down through their families for generations via email. The shop's staff of cheese lovers can also recommend one of the shop's bottles of wine to pair with its offerings.
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    2525 Arapahoe Ave.
    Boulder, CO US

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