Every time Seth and I are in Fort Collins, we always head over to the Alley Cat Cafe. It’s totally our speed. Right in the middle of town, right next to the college, super artsy/granola crowd, and art everywhere you look. Seriously. Even the ceiling tiles are painted. If you’re looking for local ambiance, the Alley Cat is seriously the place to go.
It’s just the sort of laid back, local-flavor place that Seth and I can nestle into and get hours of work done. And the best part? It’s a 24-hour coffee shop!
The food is pretty reasonably priced and darn good. I get the Bruschetta sandwich with veggie chips–a vegetarian sandwich with tomato, organic greens, pesto, and roasted garlic cream cheese all on homemade focaccia bread. Um, yum.
They offer a wide variety of coffees and teas as well as smoothies, shakes, breakfast and lunch sandwiches, and fresh baked items like cookies, scones, croissants, and bagels.
At night, the Alley Cat Cafe turns into a venue where local musicians pack in and share their talents.