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 December 3, from 6-7pm, and talk about this month’s food-themed book, How to Bake a Perfect Life by Barbara O’Neal. In a novel as warm and embracing as a family kitchen, Barbara O’Neal explores the poignant, sometimes complex relationships between mothers and daughters – and the healing magic of homemade bread. 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
Help us celebrate our one year anniversary! Wow, how time has flown! We’ve had a great year watching the Ginger and Baker community grow. To say thanks to all our customers, we invite you to join us from 11-2 on November 18 for hot chocolate, cookies and pre-holiday fun!View Event
Join us on November 29, from 6-9pm for a fall pairing event featuring Chandon. This reception-style event offers a chance to mingle and learn from local Chandon representatives, Ginger and Baker chefs and our Beverage Director, Alex Ettinger. Enjoy tapas showcasing Colorado’s best birds – chicken, duck, quail and pheasant – paired with Chandon Brut or Rosé pours, plus delicious dessert.View Event
Join Ginger Graham in the Mill Top as she shares some of the history and renovation details on this wonderful, historic event space that’s now a perfect spot for celebrations of all kinds! This old building was built for a single purpose: to store and move grain. The entire top half of the building held […]Read More >