Shopping along Pearl Street is a longtime Colorado tradition, even for people outside of the state. Case in point, when my mother visits from Oregon, she always requests that we spend an afternoon shopping on Pearl Street. I shopped Pearl Street Mall last Wednesday with my friend Karen on what was probably the last 80-degree day of the year. If you aren’t familiar with Pearl Street, it’s a stretch of
Fort Collins is best known for craft beer, bikes and Horsetooth Reservoir, but downtown boasts a healthy variety of retail stores and whether you’re shopping for the holidays or for yourself, there’s a store here to fit every need (or want). This past week I went on a little shopping outing in downtown Fort Collins with my friend Karen, and our first stop was at a store that’s been a
Lit up with holiday lights, downtowns across the country are charming places to shop and dine. As we head into the holiday season, I want to encourage all my readers to shop local. Shopping locally not only supports your town, but you may discover some real gems right under your nose. Loveland, Colorado has a charming downtown with a variety of shopping and dining options. My favorite is Merchant Voyage
One of the only movies to receive a 5/5 here at HeidiTown is now playing at Lyric Cinema Cafe in Fort Collins, Colorado. Read HeidiTown’s review of this movie. For movie times, visit Lyric Cinema Cafe’s Website.
I am a fan of the Bent Fork Grill for several reasons. First, it is Colorado-owned and operated and second, the food is dependably good. We’ve been going to the location… continue reading review here.
Is Loveland’s locally owned bagel shop worth a stop? Find out: Grounds n’Rounds
I have posted my review of Fish, a locally owned seafood restaurant in Fort Collins, Colorado. Read my review under the Out to Dinner section of this blog or click here: Fish, Fort Collins, Colorado