The City of Loveland is the Home Rule Municipality that is the second most populous municipality in Larimer County, Colorado, United States. Loveland is situated 46 miles (74 km) north of the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. Loveland is the 14th most populous city in Colorado. The United States Census Bureau estimated that in 2014 the population of the city was 72,651. The city forms part of the Fort Collins-Loveland Metropolitan Statistical Area and the Front Range Urban Corridor. The city's public schools are part of the Thompson R2-J School District.
Things to do in Loveland
4.5 based on 269 reviews
Went to breakfast with my husband and a friend. All 3 of us had huevos rancheros high were excellent. They come with beans, tortillas, your choice of chili (green is really good) and hash browns (which I prefer to live without). The food was lively with just the right amount of heat and seasoning. We will definitely be back.
4.5 based on 608 reviews
Ate lunch with a friend here recently. The buffet is quick and has a number of good choices. The day we were there they had salad, pasta slaw, mashed potatoes, barbeque beans, green beans, apple cobbler, barbeque beef, brisket, sausage and pulled pork. Everything we tried was good. I wish they had more salad dressing choices (2) but most don't eat salad at a barbeque, so I get it.
Very limited good wine choices, but good beer choices. Better with barbeque anyway.
4.5 based on 424 reviews
Next Door Food & Drink (Now Door 222) is open daily at 11:30am, offering our full menu of small plate tapas, entrees, pizzas, signature cocktails and sangrias, and wines from 40+ vintners - with 50 selections under $30 a bottle! Located in the Rialto Theater Center at 222 E. 4Th Street in downtown Loveland, we set out to create a place where our friends and neighbors can enjoy tapas the way the Spanish do - with a glass of wine in a relaxed atmosphere. Executive Chef Matt Smith
Right next to O'Henry's and the beautifully renovated Rialto Theater, Door 222 is a great place for excellent food and service in downtown Loveland. Our server Chloe was a delight on New Year's Eve as we participated in their four-course meal with wine pairings. Starting with a wonderful salad of greens, beets, goat cheese,nuts and pears, then to succulent scallops, a very tender filet and a gluten-free dessert of almond cake, apples and ice cream, everything was perfectly prepared and served. A visit here a month before was equally outstanding from a full menu with great choices.
4.5 based on 433 reviews
Henry's Pub specializes in contemporary and classic American cuisine. Our menu offers selections to fit anyone's desires; from steaks, seafood, pastas, vegetarian dishes and sandwiches to house made desserts. We serve premium products, whether from our kitchen or from our bar. We carry a wide variety of craft, import and domestic beers; top shelf liquors and worldwide selections of wine. We offer a warm and inviting atmosphere with a touch of class that's not pretentious or cold. A perfect spot to enjoy lunch, dinner or a cocktail with the company of friends, colleagues, or family. From our service to our entrees, we are certain you will enjoy your experience and have taken the necessary measures to ensure that you will feel at home and want to come back. We at Henry's are dedicated to perfection and the highest quality. Come in a stranger and leave a friend.
Brisket sandwich is missing from the menu...bad news. probably the best item on the menu...had a ruben sandwich and was lousy....way skimpy on meat and not well prepared. half of sandwich had minimal meat and other half tough...not real pleased after going there for years..Parking is a HUGE Problem now with no parking out back...walk blocks to find a place to park..not again!!!
4 based on 280 reviews
While visiting our adult son in Fort Collins yesterday, he recommended we try this restaurant. So, the three of us had dinner there last night. It was a nice change from the usual chain restaurants and brought back memories of our visits to New Orleans. Both the food and service were good, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes cajun food.
4.5 based on 238 reviews
This 1930's-style restaurant balances a sophisticated and intimate dining experience with a casual and friendly atmosphere. Specializing in seafood and steak, the Chop House serves a traditional upscale menu and features weekly specials. The restaurant boasts an extensive wine and martini list, including our popular Moscow Mule, as well as local vodkas, whiskeys and liqueurs. The Loveland Reporter-Herald voted our martini list to be the best in town and we invite you to give it a test.<br><br>The Chop House is a gem found nestled among the brick buildings lining Historic Downtown Loveland. Reservations are always encouraged, especially for large parties. The Chop House's Roosevelt Room is perfect for hosting private events, such as seminars and business meetings or holiday parties and rehearsal dinners. Unique menu selections are provided specifically for Roosevelt Room guests to ensure their night is exceptional. The Chop House is the perfect place to celebrate with family and loved ones.
The interior, alone, of Fourth Street Chophouse is worth the visit. Aged brick walls, high metal ceilings gave a warm atmosphere, and the noise levels were surprisingly low. A walk along the two-block street in downtown Loveland is also a treat, with great restaurants (222, Henry's) and shops and the Rialto Theater to visit. Zack our server was great and very accommodating. My wife's gluten-free risotto was excellent. The gluten-free bread was extra, but some of the best we've experienced outside of European restaurants.
I also enjoyed the very plump and delicious Japanese scallops with an accompanying side of crispy, (but a little bit overspiced) french fries. The mussels in cream sauce would have been better if the large mussels had been a bit less chewy and noy overwhelmed by the cream sauce, which made them very messy to eat, buried, as they were, underneath the sauce.
4.5 based on 224 reviews
Went to Biaggi's to celebrate an early Holiday dinner. You can only get happy hour drink prices in the bar. I asked if I could go to bar to get drink and waitress assured me they would have the bartender get my wine and would only charge me happy hour price. I got the wine, but, not the happy hour price. We both ordered from the Lighter Menu. Our waitress was overly zealous. Came by and asked us at least seven times if all was OK. I ordered the pork chop with asparagus. The pork chop was fatty and there were four skinny pieces of asparagas....truly lighter. I also ordered the Ceasar Salad which was plentiful. My companion had the house salad which was also plentiful and the salmon which came with red peppers and pasta. Disappointing portions, mine had a lot of garlic.
4 based on 264 reviews
The Bent Fork Grill is quality, flavor, hospitality, art, architecture, scent, warmth, relaxation, sound, and fun. With our award winning menu of diverse American classics, casual elegance and eclectic wine list, the stage is set for our staff to deliver an experience that will melt away the stress, stimulate the palate, and leave you wanting more.
We enjoyed this dinner. Several different plates were ordered from family members. One was rib dinner. Very good ribs, had to take half of it home. Too much to eat! The child's plate of ribs was also plenty for a tween. The salmon fish and chip plate was very good with 4 strips of salmon and plenty of fries. French dip sandwich was good with bleu cheese dip. All in all a good place to eat, a little on the more expensive side though.
4.5 based on 139 reviews
Experience an authentic and creatively inspired menu focusing on wine and food paring that promotes sustainability with locally sourced ingredients. We proudly serve wood fired Napoletana-styel pizza, cheese and charcuterie, panninis, bruschetta & creamy Italian gelato. Not to mention our wide selection of fine wine, craft cocktails and local brews on tap. History Established in 2015. Local resident and wine sommelier, Jeff Noffsinger are excited to announce the opening of Origins Wine Bar & Wood Fired Pizza. The upscale casual restaurant is located in Lincoln Place at the northeast corner of 5th Street and Lincoln Avenue in downtown Loveland, across the street from the Loveland Museum/Gallery. Origins Wine Bar & Wood Fired Pizza is about fostering Community, Conversation, and Culture through a creative, seasonally inspired menu focusing on wine and food pairing that promotes sustainability with locally sourced ingredients while partnering with Loveland's artist community to create an exciting vibe in downtown. The artisanal dining experience will feature a wood fired oven hand crafted and imported from Naples, Italy bringing authentic Napoletana-styled pizza to Northern Colorado.
We enjoyed getting together at Origins for pizza and beer. The Caesar salads were good. We shared a Margherita pizza, a large roasted veggie and Bernini. All were excellent. The kids cheese pizza was another hit for the child accompanying us. The Verboten and Zwei beers were good. We would come again.
4.5 based on 137 reviews
This is a casual eatery has a nice menu with choices for those that don't want Greek food. Hamburgers, pizzas and salads are some of the choices. The pita bread is soft and wonderful. I really enjoyed the falafel it was well seasoned. The service was efficient and speedy. We will be back
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