Businesses in Old Town
Discover the Heart and Soul of Fort Collins in Old Town’s Vibrant Business Community
Old Town Fort Collins is home to a vibrant community of businesses, each with their own unique offerings and personalities. From cozy cafes and local eateries to marketing agencies and boutique hotels, the businesses in Old Town are a true reflection of the city’s creative and diverse spirit.
Whether you’re a resident or just visiting, the businesses in Old Town offer an unforgettable experience. You can treat yourself to a new hairstyle, browse locally owned boutiques, or treat yourself to a game of pinball all while taking in the historic charm of the district.
So come and explore the businesses of Old Town Fort Collins, where you’ll find a community of passionate and dedicated owners who are committed to providing exceptional service and products. By supporting these local businesses, you’re not just making a purchase, you’re investing in the heart and soul of our city.
We’re celebrating Pride Month by highlighting PAGEFIFTYFIVE, a LGBTQ+-owned greeting card, stationery & paper goods company. Read our interview with Owner and Illustrator Melissa Mika as she shares her passion for books, art, and social justice.
FoCo Café (Feeding Our Community Ourselves)
FoCo Cafe is the first and only nonprofit restaurant in Fort Collins. Their minimum monetary donation is $4 or 1 hour of volunteer service in exchange for a meal. The Cafe empowers through food by providing nutritious and delicious meals to all people regardless of their ability to pay while using mostly local, organic, and sustainably grown ingredients.
Kansas City Kitty
Searching for last-minute holiday gifts? Kansas City Kitty offers a range of women’s clothing, accessories, local art & jewelry! Still stumped? Pick up one of their gift cards!
Studio Be Salon
Hoping for a fabulous, new hairdo for this year’s holiday party? Studio Be has locations in Old Town and Front Range Village! Studio Be also offers gift cards for your loved ones!
Need some R&R this holiday season? The Edwards House is a historic boutique inn located in the heart of Old Town. Book your next staycation now!
Joe’s Auto Upholstery
September 15 – October 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month, and we want to celebrate and support our Latinx-owned businesses in Fort Collins. Read the story of Richard Cienfuegos and his father, the man behind Joe’s Auto Upholstery, and his legacy as one of the first prominent Latinx-owned businesses in Fort Collins.
June is Pride Month and we want to give LGBTQ+ business owners the opportunity to share their story as a business owner and as a member of the LGBTQ+ community. Read our interview with Megan Barghols, owner of FoCo DoCo.
To celebrate Pride Month we want to give LGBTQIA+ business owners the opportunity to share their story as a business owner and as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community. Hear the story of Kim Jones, owner of Pinball Jones.
We want to give Black business owners a chance to tell their story, to imagine a more inclusive and diverse future for Fort Collins and to help our community understand what they can do to lift up Black businesses. Joe Buckner, owner of Beautifully Savage shares his perspective.
Old Town Media
Old Town Media- OTM is working overtime for the Fort Collins community during the COVID-19 pandemic. At this crucial time, the OTM team continues to provide great and timely work, like the creation of NoCoRecovers.com and the video for the Youth Clinic to inform their patients’ parents of the important changes they made to ensure the health and safety of everyone involved. Even more significantly, OTM team is donating to those who need it the most. On Friday, the team donated $1,000 to the...