Eat

Get ready to eat some delicious food from the variety of restaurants and cafes in Campus West. From Australian pastries to fresh sushi to classic wings and pizza this shopping area has everything you’re craving.

Owners Allan Bacani and Kiko Haro met while working in Los Angeles, California back in 1999. They spent the next several years working at prestigious restaurants in the area. When Kiko decided to move home to Colorado in 2006, Allan stayed in L.A. to continue furthering his culinary career. Seeking a change of pace, Allan took Kiko up on his offer to move to Colorado and become his business partner. The idea from Butters stemmed from their culinary past and affinity for breakfast food. They ultimately landed in Fort Collins, Colorado and began work on realizing their dream. Offering everything from Captain Crunch French Toast to burgers topped with bacon and bleu cheese, Butters AM Eatery is the culmination of many years of passion and experience. They say they are incredibly thankful for the welcoming they have received from the community and they are excited to continue watching their business grow.

 

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Hot Wok Cafe is a Chiniese restaurant in Campus West. They offer a broad array of Chinese entrees, soups & appetizers, plus lunch specials, with delivery available. Hot Wok Cafe takes pride in using only the freshest ingredients available and preparing each dish to order for our patron’s satisfaction. They are happy to accommodate special requests for food dishes, including adjusting hot and spicy levels to meet the customer’s desires. When visiting make sure to ask about their Daily Special and In-Store Combo Special.

Opened in August 2013, JAWS takes traditional sushi and combines it with western flair for a dining experience like no other. Serving everything from sashimi and nigiri to innovative rolls and baked dishes, Jaws has a little of everything for everyone. Boasting a wide ranging sake collection and innovative craft cocktail list, their bar is also a great place for a drink even if sushi is not really your “thing.” (But if you’re curious, they are happy to help guide you into the amazing world of sushi!) Passion and creativity fuel this new and exciting restaurant that will have you grooving in your seat to an incredible mixture of music or watching one of the many Kung-Fu movies that play all day on their giant projector screen. It’s Fort Collins sushi at its finest.

Jim’s Wings opened in 1991 and continues to be one of Fort Collins’ favorite locations to get wings year after year! Jim’s Wings offers the best of wings, side things, green things, things with buns and Buffalo things. While you dine-in, you will experience a family-friendly dining atmosphere unlike any other restaurant in town guaranteed, with fast and friendly service. Come in and watch the game on our 8 TV’s that surround the dining area.

 

Krazy Karl’s is a locally owned and multi-award winning pizza place with two locations in Fort Collins, one in Campus West and a second at Drake and Timberline. They offer gourmet pizza, grinders, salads, wings and loaded waffle fries. Krazy Karl’s is the third largest independent pizzeria in Colorado and continues to grow more popular. They offer delivery services and catering for parties. Stop by to try their famous pizza with cream cheese chunks!

Momo Lolo is the friendliest coffee house in Fort Collins. Colin Gerety opened Momo Lolo Coffee House in 2010 after years of working in the tech industry. His goal was to create a unique social space for people to gather. This is a popular location for university students to study and other community members to come together. They offer classic espressos, coffee, tea, matcha, and more. Try their fan favorites such as the Mexican hot chocolate, almond milk latte, or chocolate chai.

Road 34 was created in 2006 by Willy Owens and Will Overbagh with the goal of being “the best damn beer fueled bike shop on the plant”. Road 34 is a bike shop and tavern specializing in high-end mountain bikes, craft beer, and unique melts and sandwiches. Their goal is to provide a welcoming environment with a great vibe while simultaneously looking to progress and support the unique Fort Collins’ culture of eating well, drinking great beer, and riding the hell out of our bikes. Come grab a beer, admire some bikes, and enjoy a sandwich or nachos at this unique bike bar joint.

Established in 1993, Rocky Mountain Bagel Works has been serving the Fort Collins community for almost two decades. They now proudly host two locations in Fort Collins: the original store west of the CSU main campus, and one just north of Harmony off of Timberline Road in the Capital West Bank building that opened in 2008. Every morning, Rocky Mountain Bagel Works employees boil then bake their bagels fresh so you are sure to get the best they can provide. All of their bagels, flavored cream cheeses, chicken salad, tuna salad and hummus are made fresh on site. No pre-mixed flavors or refrigerated bagels here. As an added bonus to their already great menu, they also feature Taylor Ham, an east coast favorite. Stop in and enjoy!

Their goal is simple: to do one thing and do it well. Spoons serves soup and salad…and they do it well. Providing healthy meals, serving their guests’ particular tastes, and being good to their neighbors is how they achieve that goal. Each day, customers can choose from ten mouth-watering soups, seven hand-tossed salads, and eleven savory sandwiches on their ever-changing menu of delicious meals or combinations, including a huge wedge of fresh-baked Focaccia. Spoons is also constantly working hard to improve our local community. Through their cooperative efforts with The Food Bank For Larimer County, they have established a fantastic Stone Soup program from which all profits benefit needy families of Larimer County. As a member of the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Business Association, they participate in events such as The Taste, The Taste of Fort Collins, Great Plates, and Homegrown Fort Collins.

Subway is the world’s largest submarine sandwich chain with more than 37,000 locations around the world. They have become the leading choice for people seeking quick, nutritious meals that the whole family can enjoy. As they continue to grow, they are guided by Fred DeLuca’s passion for delighting customers by serving fresh, delicious, made-to-order sandwiches. Stop by for one of their classic footlong sandwiches and check out their catering options. 

Teriyaki Wok II is a family-owned restaurant with Korean and Japanese food.  They offer fast and friendly service with a large variety of food, from sushi, Yakitori bowls, to Korean dishes. They serve lunch and dinner 6 days a week, Monday through Saturday from 10am to 9pm. Dine in or take out. So come on in and enjoy a delicious Asian cuisine experience and don’t forget the Boba Tea!

Waltzing Kangaroo is an authentic Australian bakery and café serving savory meat and vegetable pies and rolls, sweets, custom-roasted coffee and craft beer. The owners are Australians themselves and spent years perfecting meat pies before bringing them to the Front Range. They make everything from scratch using ethically sourced raw ingredients and unbleached flour to create their authentic Australian comfort food. They use artisan baking traditions to create pies, savory rolls, quiches and sweets that are made from scratch, slow cooked and baked fresh throughout the day. Come on in and say “G’day”!