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.
Join Ginger in the Teaching Kitchen on November 5, from 6-7pm, and talk about this month’s food-themed book, The City Baker’s Guide to Country Living by Louise Miller. Book Club is a free event so no ticket is needed, simply RSVP online. Food and drink will be available for purchase during the event and a delicious little snack from the book will be served!View Event
Video: Join Ginger Graham in The Cache at Ginger and Baker as she shares how Fort Collins’ history influenced the restaurant’s design and how NoCo farmers and ranchers influence the menu. Read more: Here’s a bit more detail on how The Cache came about. In our original designs for Ginger and Baker, the upstairs of […]Read More >