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

Holiday Events

Come to Door 222 for a memorable holiday gathering in downtown Loveland!

We have a variety of seating and dining packages and can host groups from 8 to 120.

Try our Traditional Dinner, Beer vs Wine Pairing, or Tapas package.

See the full details and our holiday menus >

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


Burger & A Beer, $10

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


New & Improved Ladies Night

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


Pasta Tuesday

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


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.”
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