Located in the Rialto Theater Center
Next Door food & drink, a 115-seat tapas-style restaurant opened it doors in March of 2012. Owner Jim Edwards has assembled a collection of salvaged architectural pieces to give the restaurant a historic feel in its downtown setting. “I like the reclaimed stuff, the old look,” he said. Massive hand-hewn beams from a 150-year-old Michigan barn and more beams from the former Poudre Valley Creamery in Fort Collins, reclaimed oak flooring from a rail boxcar, a few bricks from Monaco and a tall arched glass French door from a demolished dormitory in Greeley all contribute to Next Door’s ambience.
Check out our new patio!
Come out and bask in the summer sun our new patio on 4th Street!
It’s the perfect place to people-watch while you enjoy a cold beer or white wine.
Rialto Theater Center
The Rialto Theater Center is a three-story addition to the west of the historic Rialto Theater in downtown Loveland which houses a restaurant, public event/conference space, expanded theater facilities, and private offices. The Theater Center acts as a much-needed public gathering space for the community as well as an anchor for Loveland’s downtown
Next Door Food and Drink is the tapas restaurant and wine bar on the main floor of the center. The ground floor also houses expanded storage, a workshop and dressing rooms for the theater. On the second floor, the City of Loveland operates a beautiful new 2,500 square foot facility including a community room, reception space and conference room. The space is available for wedding receptions, holiday celebrations, business meetings, graduation parties, seminars or training sessions. Private offices will occupy the third floor.