Carnivores in the Fort Collins area now have a steak bucket list to complete.

Fort Collins is well known for its Old Town historic district, Horsetooth Reservoir, and Colorado State University. It is also a great place to eat some grub at local trendy restaurants. It shouldn't be a hassle to find a good place to eat a juicy grilled piece of steak. What if it's as tough a shoe sole? What if they don't know how to cook it? Those questions should never have to be asked and if you are a resident of Fort Collins, you don't have to. We have made a list of six places you can go to and order mouth-watering steak. Whether you like it bloody rare, medium, or well done – we really hope you don't – these local restaurants will surely hit the spot.

Sonny Lubick Steakhouse

115 S College
Fort Collins, CO 80524

Sonny Lubick takes pride in running an establishment in the tradition of other great restaurants in downtown Fort Collins. After the iconic restaurant Nico's Catacombs closed its doors after 35 years in March 2008, Sonny Lubick decided to mark their beginning in the same place. Since then, Lubick has made it their vision serve great food in a warm atmosphere.

They serve classic cuts and chops, and even serve bison filet. If you are feeling decadent, you can top your steak with Madeira mushrooms, foie gras butter, or even lobster tail.

Rodizio Grill

200 Jefferson St.
Fort Collins, CO 80524

If you dream of being served endless cuts of meat while you sip on a glass of red wine, you have to cancel all of your plans and head to Rodizio.

The Brazilian steakhouse follows the same style as other restaurants like it. Rodizio Grill offers over a dozen rotisserie-grilled meats, carved tableside. Seasoned with a special garlic butter or a homemade chimichurri sauce, or just the smoky flavor of the grill, every cut of meat is slow-cooked to perfection to satiate your carnivorous palate.

Charco Broiler

1716 E Mulberry St
Fort Collins, CO 80524

This family-owned steak house has operated for three generations over the course of 60 years. If anyone has perfected the art of a perfectly charred steak, it has to be them. They serve a variety of cuts, from bacon-wrapped filet to rib-eye and peppered steak. If you have any room for dessert, they also specialize in homemade pies.

The Still Whiskey Steaks

151 N College Ave
Fort Collins, CO

This is a place for the Ron Swansons of the world. Steak and whiskey. What could be better?

The Still Whiskey Steaks took a classic steakhouse and upped the ante with a Coloradan twist. They have made a dining experience into a Colorado-style event. From their log cabin-inspired decor to their flannel-clad staff, the restaurant offers a casual and fun atmosphere for meat lovers. They offer a selection of over 40 Colorado whiskeys and their piece de resistance, the steak, is just as varied and delicious. They offer classics like filet, bone-in ribeye, New York strip, all marinated in locally produced whiskey. Is your mouth watering yet?

The Farmhouse at Jessup Farm

1975 Jessup Dr
Fort Collins, CO

For the past four years, The Farmhouse at Jessup has shared dishes crafted by hand in a rustic-inspired modern farm fare. Their style is to take American comfort food and give it a fresh twist.

They serve steak and eggs for their brunch house, accompanied by potatoes and a walnut pistou. For dinner, they offer skirt steak, a juicy fibrous cut, with a charred poblano marinade, fingerling potatoes, and braised endive.

The Moot House

2626 S College Ave
Fort Collins, CO

This local restaurant aspires to live up to its name – a place for residents to assemble and meet. But there won't be any decision making on local issues. The only thing to decide on is whether you should order their pub steak or their prime rib.

At the heart of Fort Collins, Moot House has become a landmark in the dining scene in the past 25 years. Their goal has always been to feed people with locally produced, wholesome food in the style of an old English pub. So grab an ale and feed your body and soul with a New York Strip steak drenched in garlic butter and accompanied with onion rings.

What do you think? Are there other steakhouses in Fort Collins that should've been included on our list? Sound off in the comments below.