on Friday, April 5th, 2013 | No Comments
The Inglenook, one of Loveland’s fine downtown restaurants, has some good news to share.
The are expanding and remodeling. The owners stress that they will be open until April 13. Then it should take a month to remodel. They are taking over some of the space (but not all) where City News had their offices. The two businesses share a common wall. City News closed last month.
EXCITING NEWS: WE ARE GOING TO REMODEL THE INGLENOOK!!!
We will be:
• Adding a BAR!
• Adding a Banquet Room!
• Improving the interior!
• Adding new lighting!
We are so excited! Please help us spread the word by sharing on Facebook and encouraging people to ‘like’ us! That way, when we post our official re-open date, more people will hear about it!
Next Saturday, April 13 will be the last evening we will be open until we finish the remodel and re-open in mid May.
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on Monday, February 18th, 2013 | No Comments
Loveland diners seem to find their way out to The Boot Grill located at 4175 Clydesdale Parkway on a regular basis. I think a few Eagle’s hockey fans may visit the place before and after going to the Budweiser Events Center too.
Well, The Boot is carrying on the sports them but this time with the C.S.U. Rams. Rammie fans, students and former students (such as me) remember the Ram bookstore on the corner of Laurel and Mason (130 W. Laurel.) Well, they are teaming up with The Boot Grill.
The long-time bookstore will still sell books and The Boot will not be leaving its location near the Ranch.
BUT–It looks like the bookstore will consolidate its operation on the lower level of its current location. The Boot Grill will set up shop on the upper level. The entire makeover should be done by the end of summer.
See my prior blog post on The Boot Grill coming to Loveland.
on Tuesday, November 6th, 2012 | No Comments
Loveland old timers will know this location. It is the Out of Bounds Saloon in Orchards Shopping Center. It has been a couple of other restaurants over the years. The only past name that comes to mind is Edudaro’s Mexican restaurant.
The address is 281 E. 29th Street in Loveland.
The Out of Bounds is no more. Fear not, it is still a bar/restaurant but now goes by the name Happy Hour Bar.
One of the new owners, Monte Blare (from Wyoming) talked to me about the many upcoming and in progress changes. A walk around the interior yesterday showed lots of construction activity but the place is still serving food and drink.
The menu is about to be revamped, and soon it will be another location for breakfast.
The floor is being worked on as well as the stage area and a DJ booth is starting to shape up. Look for bands, DJs, karaoke, etc.
A grand opening is planned for the 16 and 17th of this month.
on Tuesday, October 9th, 2012 | No Comments
Loveland downtown (DoLo) is alive and well. This is especially true in the realm of dining and eating out.
One of my readers alerted me to the fact that the downtown area will be getting a new diner soon. Yes, a good, old-fashioned diner where everything is made on-site.
Doug’s Day Diner will be coming to Lincoln Avenue, (Lincoln Place actually) where Lil Mike’s and Heidi’s was before that.
There is a Doug’s Day Diner in Fort Collins (at the new shopping center on East Harmony Road) and one in Centennial.
In talking to the owner, Doug Weckerly, I found out some details on this soon-to-be Loveland breakfast and lunch eatery.
Doug says he is doing some remodeling of the former restaurant not far from Fourth Street and the museum. Like his other locations, he will have seating for about 90 people.
All locations of Doug’s Day Diner are open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. and weekends from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The target date for the opening of the Loveland Doug’s Day Diner is December 12.
on Friday, September 21st, 2012 | No Comments
Loveland restaurants are a topic bobsheartbeats covers very often. I just heard from one of my “beeps” that there is at least one more change coming. This is in addition to the news I posted this week about a new tap room coming to Loveland.
Thanks to one of my sets of eyes and ears in Loveland (named April), I know that the Pour House in Loveland has a new owner. That would be that the chef at Pour House, Chris Kline, has purchased the business.
It appears he is going to add some menu items and improve the service. I have a meeting there this afternoon, so I will see if Chris is available so I can give you more info.