Denver's first, and
last, historic cafe
Why locals love it
A European style deli, grocer and cafe bolstered by the Jewish traditions of the current owners and the incorporation of local Colorado products, The Market offers a wide variety of freshly prepared food and an intimate, old-world respite from typically impersonal supermarkets.
Why you should visit it
The 1970’s saw much of downtown Denver's built heritage replaced by high-rises. The last bastion of the past left intact is between 14th and 15th streets on Larimer Street. As the first espresso bar between New York and Los Angeles, The Market has anchored this block from its very beginnings.
Browse before ordering, the range of selection is impressive. Also, give yourself time to sit and enjoy, perhaps over a good book or game of chess.