Yesterday Brian wrote about the 5 restaurants he eats at the most in Greeley. I live in Fort Collins and we are blessed to have so many great restaurants. I could make a list of 25 that I love. However, I will keep it to the 5 restaurants that I eat at the most.

Todd Harding, TSM

This little Italian restaurant at 310 West Prospect Rd. is right across from The Hilton. It doesn't look like much, but the food is delicious. If I want pizza, this is where I go. They have the best in Fort Collins.

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I have eaten at the Moot House a lot lately. It is my mother-in-law's favorite restaurant and when I have lunch with someone, I usually end up there. I especially like their calamari.  You can find the Moot House on College Avenue, just south of Drake.

Todd Harding, TSM

Austin's could very well be my favorite restaurant in Fort Collins, I just don't make it there as often as I would like. There are two locations, one in Old Town and one on Harmony Road. If I go to Austin's I have to get the rotisserie chicken.  It is to die for. Austin's was on the top of my list for "Six Fort Collins Restaurants Where I Always get Great Food".

Todd Harding, TSM

If I want Asian food in Fort Collins, it's Young's Cafe. No one else is even close. They are simply the best. Young's has Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine. I didn't even know I liked Vietnamese food before my wife and I found Young's. My wife and I can make a meal out of their spring rolls and wonton noodle soup and often do. If we get take out, it is usually from Young's Cafe.

Todd Harding, TSM

If I want to go out with my wife on Friday or Saturday night, I will usually suggest Carrabba's. I fell in love with them ever since I first tasted their chicken marsala at Taste of Fort Collins years ago. I have never been disappointed at Carrabba's. I love their bread and oil with spices that they bring out for everyone. I love their house salad and I love anything with their marsala sauce on it. Carrabba's Italian Grill is the restaurant I eat at the most in Fort Collins.

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