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Come On In And Stay Awhile

For over 100 years, this historic Mill has been a Fort Collins staple and gathering spot. Back in the day, farmers, ranchers and townsfolk swapped stories and bought feed and supplies. Today, locals and visitors come by for a warm welcome along with breakfast, lunch, dinner, cocktails, cooking classes and a darn good piece of pie.

The Cache – dining, Colorado style – locally sourced beef, bison, fish, game, produce and more.
The Rooftop – savor cocktails and small plates, plus a fireplace and big screen TVs.
The Café – enjoy a new take on farm-to-fork American classics.
Market & Bakery – pick up a coffee, a fresh-baked pie or the perfect gift.
Teaching Kitchen – take a class on cooking, cocktails and crafts.
Event Spaces – celebrate special days in beautifully unique places.  

House Events

Easter at The Cache Robert Mondavi Wine Dinner
Brunch at the Cache

Easter at The Cache

April 21st, 2019
09:00AM - 05:00PM

Join us for Easter in The Cache at Ginger and Baker! We\'re celebrating with a special three-course menu designed by our culinary team. This family-friendly, brunch style meal is available from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. on Easter Sunday. Don\'t forget to order your Easter baskets for all ages through our Market or pies for...

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Robert Mondavi Wine Dinner

May 1st, 2019
06:00PM - 09:00PM

Join us as we kick off spring with a fabulous wine pairing dinner in our historic Wine Cellar featuring Robert Mondavi Winery. Mondavi\'s Luxury Specialist and Certified Expert in Terroir, Curt MacNeill, will join the Ginger and Baker culinary team in showcasing the best in Mondavi wines paired elegantly with chefs\' creations. Take a look...

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Recent Blog Posts

Spring Chickens

This old grain mill has a long history and there are many stories told about chickens. I can’t believe how many guests walk in and say, “I used to buy my baby chicks in here!” We have video of the free-range chicken that once roamed the sidewalk and lots of photos of baby chicks for […]

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