Sonny Lubick Steakhouse
Sonny Lubick Steakhouse started with a vision. Longtime Lubick friend Rick Callan had the idea for a Sonny Lubick Steakhouse here in Fort Collins for years, envisioning a place where people could enjoy great food, good company and a warm atmosphere. Callan pitched the thought to Lubick, but it wasn't until years later that the idea really began to take flight, when the iconic Nico's Catacombs closed its doors in March 2008 after serving downtown Fort Collins for 35 years. The idea of Sonny Lubick Steakhouse was to create a locally inspired, owned and operated venue that would continue the tradition of other great restaurants in downtown Fort Collins. The uniqueness of Sonny Lubick Steakhouse came from years of watching Sonny inspire those around him, both on and off the field. It was decided that the restaurant that bears his name would have a "polished casual" atmosphere with a menu offering a new twist on conventional steakhouse fare. In addition to traditional cuts, the menu includes chef-inspired specialties and gluten-free options. The restaurant is also home to one of the most highly-regarded wine cellars in Northern Colorado. Sonny Lubick's Legacy is known not only in the Fort Collins community, but throughout Colorado and the nation. Sonny Lubick Steakhouse hopes to become another legacy under the Lubick name, a casually elegant spot with a modest hometown attitude where friends and family can enjoy outstanding food, great drinks and good company, is located right in the heart of downtown Fort Collins.
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