Sheldon House B&B Fort Collins

616 West Mulberry Street, Fort Collins, Colorado, 80521-3628, United States
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  • Families85
  • Couples88
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Travel Tips for Fort Collins

Guggenheim Hall at CSU (1910)

by yooperprof

Another interesting building on the Colorado State U. campus is the attractive Guggenheim Hall. Originally used as a center for teaching Domestic and Fine Arts, the hall is now home to the Department of Construction Management.

Yes, Guggenheim Hall is named after one of "those" Guggenheims, the prominent Philadelphia/New York German/Jewish business and philanthropy family of the 19th/20 centuries. Simon Guggenheim (1867-1941) moved to Colorado and made a fortune here in smelting and refining. He also served as U.S. Senator from Colorado between 1907 and 1913, which is when this building was constructed. Simon was a middle child; his older brother Solomon was the billionaire whose art collection forms the core of the great Museum of Modern Art in New York City. A younger brother, Benjamin, went down on the "Titanic" in 1912. And his niece Peggy was the rather eccentric patron and art-lover who was a patron of Jackson Pollock and who created her own modern art museum in Venice.

Alley Cat

by Sagespot

The Alley Cat Cafe I'm listing in the Off the Beaten Path section due to its location. Often over looked by the average tourist, the Alley Cat provides a wonderful place to relax and enjoy a cup of joe. Located to the south of the Old Town Fort Collins area, the coffee house provides 24 hours of food and coffee with free wireless and internet stations for customers.

Additionally, located below the store is the Animus bookstore.

You can find the Alley Cat between College Avenue and Mason Street, in the alley behind Pizza Casbah.

This is my Island in the Sun

by Caolonm about Island Grill

The Island Grill serves carribean/american fare in an out of the way location that is easy to miss. The ambience is that of an island tiki bar combined with a sports bar. The grill is split into three areas including a patio, a main dining area and a pool hall. There are several TVs showing different games and sporting events. I however come for the food. While the Grill seems to lean heavily on dishes showcasing shrimp, my party ordered the steak fajita tacos (tender steak served with lettuce, tomatoes, rice, beans, and pico de gallo), the Ma Hi Tacos (jerked, grilled, or blackened, we had ours jerked with cabbage, melon salsa, rice and beans), and a Big Island Burger made to order with green chili, jalapenos, and pepper jack cheese (with standard accompaniments and sweet potato fries). Everything seemed dome to perfection. The burger was medium well and juicy and the tacos were fantastic. Props for the cabbage on the fish! The atmosphere is not my fave and I'm guessing that it may get rowdy on a Saturday night, but for a lunch time treat, I highly recommend the Island Grill. It also appears they have expanded to Greeley!

Classic steaks

by Rich62 about The Charco-broiler

Nice decor, good selection of food and drink. The Charco-broiler has been around for a very long time, and there's a reason it has lasted. Their menu shows: ............................................................Chef salad $8.25............................Pepper Steak $17.95.............................................Trout Almondine $13.75.....................................Salmon Filet $15.25......................................New York Cut Sirloin Steak $24.50............and so on.........

Nice sandwiches, soups, & salads

by Rich62 about McAlister's Deli

We like McAlister's in Georgetown and Round Rock, Texas. So we tried the one in Fort Collins and it is just as good. They have gigantic baked potatos that you can load up with toppings. But we like any of the sandwiches, soups and salads that they offer. They serve authentic southern sweet tea; with a slice of lemon its the perfect summertime drink.

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