The Rio Grande group got its start in 1986 in Fort Collins, where college students came to rely on the incredibly strong margaritas -- limit three per customer, and no revealing the secret recipe -- and big plates of gringo Mexican fare. A seventh Rio just opened in Frisco -- the first free-standing ... More >>
Black Crow, the outdoor extension of the Rio Grande in Lodo, is hosting a Maestro Dobel Tequila tasting event from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight -- and there are still a few $15 tickets left. Tequila isn't the only thing you'll be able to taste; there will also be an array of appetizers including lamb sliders ... More >>
Opening day is less than a month away, and sports fans are licking their lips over the promise of a new season. And some margs from Rio on the Rocks, a ballpark branch of Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant, the homegrown chain that got its start in Fort Collins 27 years ago, and is known for its legendar ... More >>
On the patio at the Rio Grande at 1525 Blake Street.It was 25 years ago today that Pat McGaughran and twin brothers Andre and Stephen Mouton opened their first Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant in Fort Collins. Since then, the chain has grown to six stores along the Front Range, all serving those ... More >>
LoDo may not be big enough for both of them.