A long-standing hub of craft beer, home to pioneers New Belgium and Odell, Fort Collins, or FoCo -- as it's haughtily being called these days -- has undergone an epicurean renaissance in recent years. Its reputation as a buzzy college town and beer drinker’s paradise has been well-established for a couple of decades, as nearly every block outside of the Old Town epicenter, an area formerly occupied only by warehouses and grain silos, is home to a brewery.
Much to the surprise of Colorado’s escalating population of foodies, FoCo has also become a beacon on our culinary map. Which makes sense when you see that agriculturalists were the first people to settle in this part of the state 150 years ago. Generations later, the area's still punctuated by farms and innovative restaurateurs are tapping into their potential. The northern Colorado town is exploding with amazing eats ranging from surprisingly fresh sushi to the truest farm-to-table you’ll find anywhere in the state. Given the ever-growing spectrum of options, let us direct you to best places to eat in Fort Collins.