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Jul 29, 2008 12:00 AM

Denver- Bakery

In addition to the needs I outlined in my post for Denver food sources, can anyone recommend a good bakery in Denver? Preferably close to the Denver Convention Center, where I am staying for my visit, but I will have some access to transportation. My preferences tend to run to European and Asian bakeries. I've not had particularly good experiences with Mexican ones. ( I just didn't like the ones I sampled.)

Thanks again!

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  1. Lovely Confections is fabulous - Colfax and Steele

    1. Andre's in Cherry Creek, Swis Patiserie
      Les Delices de Paris (5303 Leetsdale Dr.) great French bakery;
      Gateaux Bakery on Speer, just south of downtown,

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      1. re: sazcuy

        Thanks for the recommendations!

        Can you please tell me if Gateaux Bakery does only cakes? I tried to look on their website for more information, but the website has been suspended.

        1. re: alycon

          Gateaux does cakes, cookies, muffins, cupcakes, pastries, petit fours. Be warned - they are not inexpensive.

          1. re: Pastajohn

            That Food Network guy opened a place not too far from Downtown - a couple of miles up 17th I believe:

            Also, not sure if you were looking for bread but Denver Bread company is not too far away from downtown as well:


            1. re: ColoradoFun

              Ooh, thanks for posting about D bar. I heard about it a while back, but forgot. The menus look great, and very affordable for lunch and dinner. I'll have to check it out soon!

              1. re: itri

                D Bar is favorably reviewed in this week's WESTWORD (, but again, considering that Alycon is looking for convenient to her hotel and affordable, that might not be the best bet. Then again, perhaps they can deliver a larger order.