Excellent happy hour deals with fantastic oysters. Right off of college in Old Town, a nice quant little restaurant. Mussles were very tasty as well
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This place is tiny, so get a reservation if you are going on a weekend. The restaurant is loud and not fancy at all. You get paper on your table and crayons to color with. The staff are super friendly. The owners are usually there cooking and being hostess. The food is delicious, cooked fresh to order. But it is... More
Every now and then you find a hidden gem, and Fish is one of those places. Great food and atmosphere; a fin place to dine (oops! pun intended!). It's small and intimate, with a variety of pictures and artwork displayed throughout. The food is excellent. Being clam chowder "snobs," the pressure was on - but they delivered quite nicely! Very... More
I've lived in Ft. Collins for over twenty years and thought I knew of every great restaurant. Well apparent I didn't! This is a gem. Low key, quirky yet fun atmosphere with the best fish dinner I've had in a long time. Will absolutely return.
Hidden on the north side of Oak Street in Old Town is a most amazing eatery. It is a cozy place with incredible staff. (You might want to make a reservation)Then it is on to drinks if you are so inclined. The Uncle Ernie Byron's Muddler is a treat and they don't skimp on the tasty ingredients. Very smooth and... More
I had the bouillabaisse special which was excellently seasoned, with all of the fish within, including shellfish, perfectly cooked. A bit odd was a spread they put on the toast which was served with the soup, as I'm used to naked bread, but it was a good compliment to the soup, as was a delightful Spanish white wine. I had... More
Fun venue with a swimming ceiling and fish in the case. Nice staff. The ahi tuna poke was good and nicely presents though the wrap had absorbed the fry oil and was a bit tough and greasy. We watched the cod for the fish and chips come out of the case but did not have the opportunity to enjoy it... More
Always fresh, always delicious. Super casual and yet fine dining. Some quirky spins on entrees, which can be fun. An easy choice when we want seafood in northern Colorado.
Last night we ate at Fish in Fort Collins for the first time. It was wonderful...both food and service. I had the Monday Ramen special while others had the bouillabaisse and curry. We all really liked what we ordered and how you can order what fish/seafood you have with your individual dish. Everything was super fresh and delicious.
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