Delicious Dining In Downtown Loveland!

“Each time I’ve been to Next Door 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, Next Door 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.

Holiday Specials

Holiday BonusOur Gift to You

Receive a $20 bonus certificate with each $100 gift card purchase through December 31st, 2014.

See the flyer for more details.

Next Door Loveland Gift Cards


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Upcoming Events

Recent Updates

Spanish New Years Eve DinnerNew Year’s Eve Dinner
Featuring Traditional Spanish Tapas & Wines from Executive Chef Matt Smith

Cocktail Hour Begins at 6:00 pm
First Course 7:00pm
$95 / person
Call for reservations: 970-541-3020
See the delicious menu here.

 

Holiday_EBlast_2014Holiday Party Dining Packages

Let Next Door host your holiday event! A wonderful meal, great service, and no dishes to clean afterward.

We have a variety of seating options, menus, add-ons, and bar options.

Take a look at our holiday packages here.

Every Week at Next Door

Sunday

Burger & A Beer, $10

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

Monday

Ladies Night, $1 Sangria

$1 Sangrias for the ladies to help you enjoy the evening.See our menu

Wednesday

Wine Wednesday

Free bottle of house wine with 2 entrees or $20 off any 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, Next Door 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