Great food, nice outside eating area, great service. Located in an old house, which adds to it being interesting.
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Love this old house turned restaurant. Service is always great and food is better. Lots of choices on menu, everything we have had is good. Nice portions.
This is a hidden gem! The atmosphere is very homey and quaint. The service is amazing! They were very attentive to our needs, and very friendly. And the food! I ordered the Ravioli Florentine, and it was amazing! The sauce was rich and flavorful, paired...More
Our family has loved Caninos for over 20 years. When it came time to consider a caterer for our daughter's wedding, of course, Clyde and Caninos came to the top of the list. Clyde and his staff didn't disappoint and were a highlight of the...More
Canino's is the best Italian restaurant in Fort Collins. The wife and I had our rehearsal dinner there and not only was the food amazing but their staff and owner were superb. Our two families who came together for this event not only have food...More
Every time I eat here I'm expecting something to go wrong? But it never does? I guess I'm used to the mindless behavior of restaurants today. This place takes me back to a time when customer service and great food were common. It's not like...More
I came here with my boyfriend for a late lunch/early dinner out. Spotted this little place and decided to give it a try. Our waiter was a quiet gentleman. He didn't rush us at all, was attentive without interrupting the flow of conversation. Did not...More
We decided to try Caninos for dinner before the Brian Wilson concert. Quiet atmosphere in an old home. Service was excellent and prompt. We had the manacotti with meatballs. Very good. We will go back.
I've eaten here many times, and it's always pretty good. However, do not get the minestrone soup. It's worse than Campbell's--watery, tasteless, with hardly any vegetables or pasta.