Delicious Dining In Downtown Loveland!

Formerly Next Door food and drink

“Each time I’ve been to Door 222 Food & Drink, I’ve been thrilled with each and every dish. It’s a delectable experience that is truly worth the drive from Fort Collins…The next time I go out for a fun Ladies Night or a romantic date night, Door 222 Food & Drink will be at the top of my list!” – Feasting Fort Collins

Experience Tapas and Incredible Pairings

Offering hand crafted tapas, lunch, dinner and desserts in an upscale, energetic atmosphere in downtown Loveland.

Upcoming Events

Recent Updates

VDay-2016Valentine’s Day

February 14th
Seating at 5:30pm or 8:00pm

$80 per couple plus tax and gratuity. Call for reservations.

See the 3-Course Menu

4th Anniversary Wine Dinner

Coming in March

Downtown Loveland Night on the Town

Join us the 2nd Friday of every month, year-round, for Loveland’s “Night on the Town.” The downtown Loveland restaurants, galleries and shops invite people in for featured artist’s receptions, live music, and an overall block-party like atmosphere! Join Door 222 for happy hour from 3 – 5:30pm and check our Facebook page for updates.

 

Every Week at Door 222

Sunday

Burger & A Beer, $10

Enjoy our delicious burgers paired with a tasty beer for only $10.See our menu

Monday

New & Improved Ladies Night

1/2 price wines by the glass with purchase. This is an exclusive special for our fans! See our menu

Tuesday

Pasta Tuesday

A different house-made pasta every week. Check Facebook for this weeks offering.

Wednesday

Wine Wednesday

Free bottle of house wine with 2 entree purchase (or $20 off any other bottle)See our wine list

As Seen in Sunset Magazine

Sunset Magazine Cover

We were thrilled to be included in a recent edition of Sunset Magazine’s Travel section!

“The spirit of reinvention continues in the ground-floor restaurant, Door 222 Food & Drink… The menu features fresh takes on comfort food, such as waffle-encrusted confit chicken drumettes with maple-chili hot sauce. And everything from the beef to the brew is as local as possible.”
See the article