Closed. Was not good. Not recommended. The new place that is in that location is really good. Fins no bueno.
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Not many fish choices, considering the name I was rather disappointed. The fries were greasy and the fish didn't taste very fresh. Prices were high, quality low. Do yourself a favor and go somewhere else.
I read the reviews, and really wanted to eat the fresh seafood there: the owner had his own fishing boat! I searched for about a month and couldn't find this place. I even walked that area of main street 5 times: no dice. I found...More
We were hankerin' for some good seafood- but trying not to spend an arm and a leg. This was the place to go. Lots of great choices, everything was very well prepared & very tasty. We were hesitant to try Fins, figuring you get what...More
Finding good seafood in Colorado is a challenge. Take it from an East Coast transplant that has lived here for 25 years. To that end, I was skeptical about the good reviews of Fins on Trip Advisor. Still, my wife and I wanted good seafood,...More
The menu has some interesting items and I chose the smoked salmon mac and cheese while my partner chose the halibut sandwich. The meal began with a cup of the best clam chowder I've ever had. Period. It wasn't thickened with gooey flour or overrun...More
It has been a long time since I truly had "fresh fish" this good. I am used to living on the ocean and eating fish caught that same day. This restaurant had some of the best fish I have had in a long time. The...More
i dropped in here on a day when the rain was of biblical proportion. it was open early for lunch and looked interesting. the service is order at the counter and they deliver. the menu was somewhat limited, but i ordered a halibut salad (cajun...More
I always hesitate to order seafood in a restaurant that is located far from the sea! However, this one knows how to do it right. The owner actually owns fishing boats in Alaska and has his catch flown down fresh (told to us by our...More