NoCo Latinx Businesses/Services

El Centro is striving to create a growing list of Latinx-owned and Latinx-serving businesses to support our students in feeling more connected to Fort Collins and Northern Colorado. We hope you will explore the businesses below to support our local Latinx community.

If you are a local business-owner or would like to suggest an addition to this list, please complete the form below.

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  • Hacienda Real
  • Las Delicias
    • Butcher shop, grocery store, restaurant
    • Location: 1705 S College Ave Fort Collins, CO 80525
  • Los Tarascos
    • Family-owned Mexican restaurant
    • Location: 622 S College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524
  • My Empanadas
    • Latinx Owned Small Business
    • Location: 221 W Prospect Rd Unit 100, Fort Collins, CO 80526
  • The Taco Shop
    • Family-owned authentic Mexican restaurant
    • Location: 6324 S College Ave Fort Collins, CO 80525 United States
    • Number: (970) 281-2313
    • Website: www.thetacostopfoco.com
  • Rocky Mtn Coqui
    • Puerto Rican inspired cuisine served from a food trailer.
    • Locations and times vary (check website or Facebook)
    • Website: rockymtncoqui.square.site
  • Zirahuen

Salud Family Health Centers

  • Medical, behavioral, dental, & pharmacy services
  • Location: 1635 Blue Spruce Dr, Fort Collins, CO  80524
  • Website: www.saludclinic.org
  • La Cocina
    • Provides mental health support to families and resources to Latinx families.
    • Location: 309 Hickory Street #5 Fort Collins, CO 80524
    • Website: www.lacocinahome.org
  • The Family Center/La Familia
    • Provides early childhood education for families in need.
    • Location: 116 East Oak Street Fort Collins, CO 80524
    • Website: thefamilycenterfc.org
  • Iván Díaz Photography
    • One of Northern Colorado’s one and only bilingual photographers, Iván captures beautiful imagery that will last a lifetime.
    • Website: www.ivandiazphotography.com
    • Location: 5516 2nd St. Road, Greeley CO 80634
    • Contact: idiazphotos@gmail.com
  • All Things Latina
    • Tani Estefy talks about topics relating to businesses, and career moves; all the while being empowered to be a straight up jefa! Found on Spotify
  • Frida Azul
    • A little piece of México in Old Town, Fort Collins. Shop handmade works of art, eco-friendly, Latinx, and women owned brands.
    • Website: https://fridaazul.com/
  • Hija de tu Madre!
    • Celebrating the Latinx culture, HDTM empowers Latinx through fashion identity that reflects cultural intersections. HDTM provides a creative way to embrace being the product of more than one culture.
    • Website: hijadetumadre.com
  • Latino Northern Colorado
    • Latino Northern Colorado is a podcast started by Chris Garcia and Rhonda Solis. This podcast focuses on issues impacting Latinos living, working, growing, and playing in Northern Colorado, and will include topics including health, education, leadership, housing, politics, economics, social equity, and more. Join our conversation monthly!
    • Website: https://anchor.fm/latino-noco
  • Latinx Therapy podcast
    • This podcast discusses mental health topics associated with the Latinx community by clearing up myths and discussing what mental health means with health professionals like doctors, psychiatrists, influencers, and more. Found on Spotify
  • Latinos who Lunch 
    • http://www.latinoswholunch.com/episodes
  • In the Thick  
    • https://www.inthethick.org/episodes/
  • Latino USA  
    • https://www.latinousa.org
  • Radio Menea 
    • https://www.radiomenea.com
  • Alt Latino 
    • https://www.npr.org/sections/altlatino/
  • Joy Uprising  
    • https://joyrevolutionpodcast.libsyn.com
  • Radio Ambulante 
    • https://radioambulante.org/en/episodes
  • Café con Pam 
    • https://cafeconpam.simplecast.com
  • Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen by Jose Antonio Varga

  • I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter by Erika L. Sánchez

 

  • You Sound Like a White Girl: The Case for Rejecting Assimilation by Julissa Arce

  • Somewhere we are Human: Authentic Voices on Migration, Survival, and New Beginnings by Reyna Grande, Sonia Guiñasaca and Viet Thanh Nguyen

  

  • For Brown Girls with Sharp Edges and Tender Hearts: A Love Letter to Women of Color by Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodríguez