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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 or dinner and everything in between.

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.

The Teaching Kitchen – take a class on cooking, cocktails and crafts.

Event Spaces – celebrate special days in beautifully unique places.

 

House Events

Silver Oak Pairing Dinner Ginger and Baker Book Club

Silver Oak Pairing Dinner

March 6th, 2019
06:00PM - 09:00PM

Sold Out!! Our relationship with Silver Oak runs deep originating with Chef Deb, our Culinary Director.  Ray Duncan, the founder of Silver Oak, was a Colorado entrepreneur who loved Chef Deb’s food.  She has cooked for the family for many years and introduced them to Ginger and Baker. The Duncan family farms more than 400...

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Ginger and Baker Book Club

March 4th, 2019
06:00PM - 07:00PM

Join Ginger and the team as we discuss this month’s food themed book, The Coincidence of Coconut Cake by Amy E. Reichert. In this delightful novel, a talented chef has food critic who brings down her restaurant and their chance meeting turns into a delectable romance of mistaken identities. Food and drink will be available...

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Recent Blog Posts

The Wine Cellar Event Space

In our latest video, take a tour of the Wine Cellar with Ginger Graham. When we were excavating the basement of our old grain mill, we uncovered a one-of-a-kind jewel: The Wine Cellar, a beautiful, intimate space where historic stone walls and sturdy old-growth beams are now home to sparkling chandeliers and over 1800 bottles […]

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