3 eating places open, 1 closes in October

3 eating places open, 1 closes in October

A trio of recent eating places made their debuts in Fort Collins this October, marking the return of Afghan delicacies to Midtown, a Southern cafe chain’s first strikes in Northern Colorado and a spiced-up Foothills mall eating scene.

In the meantime, one campus-area sub store shuttered, a Greeley Mexican restaurant introduced huge plans for Windsor, a French deli and market inched nearer to its November opening and a Fort Collins brewery revealed some new issues on faucet.

Here is the newest dish of what is in, what’s out and what’s subsequent on the Fort Collins and Windsor eating scenes.

What opened

Newk’s Eatery1700 S. Faculty Ave., opened Oct. 2 — marking the Southern cafe chain’s first foray into Fort Collins. The Mississippi-born quick informal cafe took over the southern half of a newly-renovated Midtown enterprise strip, becoming a member of fellow new arrival Dave’s Scorching Hen to the north. Newk’s gives soups, salads, sandwiches and private pizzas. It’s open every day from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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