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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

Ginger and Baker Book Club Holiday Hours New Year’s Eve!!!

Ginger and Baker Book Club

Join Ginger and the team on January 7, from 6-7 pm, to discuss this month’s food-themed book, The Wedding Bees by Sarah-Kate Lynch. “When Sugar Wallace arrives in Manhattan with nothing but a beehive, a secret past and a taste for good manners, life starts to change for the dispirited occupants of 33 Flores Street.”

This is a free event and no ticket is needed. Food and drink will be available for purchase and a complimentary snack from the book will be served!

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Holiday Hours

We will be closing at 6pm on Christmas Eve, Monday, December 24, and we’ll be closed for Christmas Day, Tuesday, December 25.

We will also be closed January 1, 2 & 3 for team building, training and making a few New Year’s resolutions. 🙂

Wishing all of you the happiest of holidays!

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New Year’s Eve!!!

Ring in 2019 in style! Join us on December 31 for a one-of-a-kind New Year’s Eve experience including a fabulous, five-course pairing dinner, plus live music, dancing and more!
It’s Night at the Museum meets Big Night as we close the building to all but a select few for dining, dancing and celebrating throughout this historic space.
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