Baker is one of Denver’s most up-and-coming neighborhoods. It’s known for Broadway, fun vintage shops, eclectic foreign cuisine, breweries, and live music venues. Green spaces include Phil Milstein Park, which features riverside trails and picnic tables.
What is there to do in BAKER?
Baker is one of the hippest neighborhoods in Denver. You can start your day off at the Denver Biscuit Company, for a decadent biscuit sandwich. Then, you can walk up and down Broadway to check out the various thrift stores, bookstores, plant shops, and antique shops. After a long day of shopping, rest in beautiful Dailey Park, and then grab a drink at So Many Roads or Stranahan’s Whiskey Distillery & Cocktail Bar. Afterwards, head to dinner at The Blue Bonnet, a popular Mexican restaurant, or Sputnik, a delicious vegan & vegetarian eatery. At night, check out a show at Hi-Dive or an independent film at the Mayan Theatre.
- Moore Elementary (846 Corona Street) (K-5)
- Morey Middle School (840 E 14th Street) (6-8)
- East High School (1545 Detroit Street) (9-12)
- RTD Route 0 (North-South Broadway)