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Five Pizza Places You Have To Try

Krazy Karl's manager Jeremy Dill prepares pizza's for the night's delivery's yesterday afternoon. Krazy Karl's, located at Elizabeth and Shields, is a local favorite for late night pizza.
Krazy Karl’s manager Jeremy Dill prepares pizza’s for the night’s delivery’s yesterday afternoon. Krazy Karl’s, located at Elizabeth and Shields, is a local favorite for late night pizza.

Fort Collins offers some of Colorado’s coziest and coolest dining experiences. Whether you are looking for lunch or dessert, the best cookie or burrito, Fort Collins is characterized by some of the best hole-in-the-wall joints and comfortable hangouts. Included in these can’t-be-missed hot spots are five of Fort Collins’ heavenly pizza places.

Krazy Karl’s (1124 West Elizabeth Street)


If you have not been to Krazy Karl’s, stop what you’re doing. Krazy Karl’s is calling your name. Offering a late night hangout to the night owls, or a casual pizza date spot to CSU couples, Krazy Karl’s has pizza that you don’t want to miss. Specials vary, but include ‘Beat the Clock’ Mondays and Tuesdays–from 5-8pm; whatever time you call is the price that you pay for a large, one-topping pizza. Pizza can be ordered online or delivered. Take advantage of Krazy Karl’s when your pizza craving kicks in. It’s open until 3am every day just for you!

Pulcinella’s Pizzeria & Wine Bar (1119 W Drake Road #C-12)

If you like wine, you should go to Pulcinella’s. If you like pizza, you should go to Pulcinella’s. If you like both, you should definitely go to Pulcinella’s. The ‘taste of Italy’ is found at Pulcinella’s in a comfortable environment, and a great date-night spot. Run by natives from Naples, Italy, the pizza is made with the freshest ingredients and paired with wines to complement the Italian flavors. The secret lies in the crust and sauce of these pizzas, and you’ll have to eat it to believe it!

Pizza Casbah (126 West Laurel Street)

Pizza Casbah, located at 126 West Laurel Street, is a locally owned pizza favorite for Fort Collins locals. With a New York style influence and a small space to work with, Pizza Casbah has managed to win the hearts of almost every customer that walks in the door. There is always free delivery, and $0.45 wings all day with a purchase of a slice of pizza. You can’t go wrong grabbing a slice from this Fort Collins favorite, and you’re sure to be satisfied upon leaving.

Old Chicago (147 South College Avenue)

Located at 147 South College Avenue is pizza and beer that is sure to warm your winter heart. Old Chicago serves classic beers and mouth-watering pizza, along with burgers, salads, starters and pastas. Not to mention, they have a dessert menu. Old Chicago is dedicated to providing the best pizza experience for their customers, but they’re also dedicated to serving the community. Every month, Old Chicago donates thousands of pounds of surplus food to local hunger organizations and hosts hundreds of monthly fundraisers to benefit local charities. Great pizza and great people! Try a slice today and you won’t be disappointed.

Pudge Bro’s Pizza (814 South College Avenue)

Home of the 18” Monster Pizza, Pudge Bro’s is not playing games. Also known for their special spicy sauce, you are guaranteed a satisfied stomach when visiting this Fort Collins favorite. Employees pick favorite pizzas of the month to encourage their customers to try new flavors, and there are always special deals. Happy hour is from 3-7 p.m. Monday-Friday where you can purchase an 18” Monster for just $9.99. Delivery and Carry Out are available, and they’re just waiting for you to come and satisfy your hunger!


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