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Feasting Fort Collins On The Road – The Grubsteak

By On August 12, 2016

Well, food-lovin’ friends – this is the last “official” On The Road Review I’ll write on Feasting Fort Collins. I might chip in some help and lend a hand when needed in… Read More

Buffalo Burger and beer

Feasting Fort Collins On The Road – The Rock Inn Mountain Tavern

By On May 6, 2016

After year of suffering though mediocre to subpar food, and apathetic, unwelcoming service in Estes Park, I have finally found my restaurant home there. This is the first 5-star review I’ve written… Read More

Silver Grill

Silver Grill Cafe – 2nd Review

By On February 4, 2016

Life gets easier with experience. This is something I’ve been thinking a lot about lately, and sure, it may sound like common sense, but it’s one of those life lessons that really… Read More

Vern's Coffee

Feasting Fort Collins On The Road- Vern’s Place – 2nd Review

By On May 22, 2015

When I’m not eating for reviews, I’m in the mountains hiking, snowshoeing, camping, fly fishing, hunting – pretty much doing anything else other than eating. I’ve been doing this for the last… Read More

Bison Burger

Feasting Fort Collins On The Road – Cascades Restaurant in The Stanley Hotel

By On April 30, 2015

I cannot begin to count how many times I’ve been to Estes Park over the last year. It’s becoming more frequent as I hit more trails, plan backingpacking trips, and pack my… Read More


Feasting Fort Collins On The Road – Second Home Kitchen and Bar

By On January 9, 2015

When we get ready to plan our Denver dining options, I feel paralyzed by choice. There’s so much to eat, so many amazing restaurants, so many things we don’t have here in… Read More


Feasting Fort Collins On The Road – Denver Date Night Edition

By On June 28, 2014

Even though I’m in the mountains a lot, Bill and I make sure we have a Denver Date Night a few times a year. We get a good mix of city and… Read More



By On December 6, 2013

It’s never a good thing when a restaurant first opens and I receive emails from readers that detail underwhelming experiences. Emails that ask me to go in for a “soft review” to… Read More


The Breakfast Club

By On November 16, 2013

The first thing you notice when you walk into The Breakfast Club are the vintage signs hung on every inch of space on the walls – Coke, Pepsi, and various farm knick-knacks… Read More


Feasting Fort Collins On The Road – Lyons Soda Fountain

By On July 27, 2012

Summertime and the livin’ is easy here in Northern Colorado. This is the time of year we head for the hills, hit the rivers, swing from the trees, and roll in the… Read More


Tap and Handle

By On July 20, 2012

It had been a particularly intense day. Days like this one don’t happen often (thankfully), but when they do, they certainly take their toll. “I need a beer,” I muttered. I packed… Read More


The Yeti Bar and Grill

By On May 4, 2012

If someone has lived a troubled past and they decide to turn their life around, one of the most common recommendations is that they find new friends to fit their new lifestyle.… Read More


The Four Fifteen

By On April 17, 2012

“You know, I really wish we had something like this in Fort Collins,” I lamented. We sat on the patio during a brisk autumn twilight with heat lamps radiating intense warmth above… Read More


The Mayor Of Old Town

By On December 13, 2011

There is no shortage of great places to drink great beer here in Fort Collins. We’re the “Napa Valley” of craft beer with award winning breweries on every side of town, and… Read More


Rock Bottom Brewery

By On November 29, 2011

When dining at major chain restaurants, expectations tend to be mild. You don’t expect to be amazed by their food or blown over by the atmosphere. Service tends to be average, and… Read More


Doug’s Day Diner

By On November 8, 2011

It’s amazing that by looking back at the history of food, we can clearly see an evolution of restaurant growth and notice how certain dining trends are so closely linked together. It’s… Read More