Fort Collins isn't just a bike or a beer town— it's a brunch town too. Enjoy one of these Old Town restaurants after a ride, or to build a base before your next brewery tour.Read More
Where To Brunch In Fort Collins
Brunch menus in Fort Collins boast beignets, galettes, latkes, and a lot of breakfast cocktails.
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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.
Silver Grill Cafe
It's no surprise that Old Town Fort Collins' kitschy diner has been serving its signature cinnamon rolls since 1933. Silver Grill Cafe's menu boasts classic comfort food, fresh pastries, and seasonal cocktails.
Choice City Butcher & Deli
It's never too early for a beer at breakfast, and Choice City Butcher & Deli is one of Fort Collins' hidden gems when it comes to craft beer offerings. Enjoy one of the town's best beer lists alongside country classics like biscuits and gravy and chicken friend steak.
Who doesn't want to mix and match eggs benedict varieties? No one in the notorious line at Snooze, that's for sure.
Oysters, cheese, and charcuterie have their own section on The Kitchen's brunch menu. So do breakfast cocktails.
Lucile's Creole Cafe
Lucile's in Fort Collins is the sister of the original Lucile's in Boulder, with the same cozy vibe and hearty creole-style breakfast platters like Eggs Sardou and New Orleans Praline Waffles. Don't miss the Louisiana Chicory Coffee and save room for beignets.
This French café specializes in crêpes and galettes, and also makes croissants, brioches, and baguettes. The extensive bakery menu even caters to gluten-free eaters.
Vegans rejoice! This vegetarian cafe serves whole-meal smoothies (some with coffee, too) and fresh juices at its comfortable bar.
Crawfish cakes, buttermilk fried chicken and waffles, and andouille sausage skillets are among the Southern-style favorites on the brunch menu at Mainline. Add those to the rooftop patio and robust bar program and you might stay through the afternoon.
This European-inspired café features Saturday and Sunday brunch that features its own specialty cocktail menu, duck confit, and house cold smoked salmon served with bacon. Donuts, apple pecan bourbon bread, and more fresh pastries are baked in-house daily.
The shady outside patio at The Rainbow is well-worth the weekend wait. So are the latkes.
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