Downtown Denver has a new kid on the block  – The Dairy Block.  Centered on land that originally belonged to Windsor Dairy, the Dairy Block is considered downtown Denver’s first “micro-District” and provides unique opportunities to meet up with friends, experience community meals and even schedule a meeting or wedding.


Blanchard Family Wines

Within a few blocks of Union Station and Coors Field, the Dairy Block provides a array of places to eat and shop.  A new favorite is Blanchard Family Wines.  This upscale winery offers a visitors the change to taste wine  by the flight, glass or bottle.  The wines are made by the Blanchard Family in Sonoma, CA and can be paired with a creative charcuterie board.   They have even perfected the perfect Margarita – made with wine and includes no tequila.

Margarita made by Blanchard Wines

The Dairy Block even has a boutique hotel, The Maven.  This 172 room hotel is the perfect location to stay when taking in everything lower downtown has to offer.  The lobby of the hotel connects with the Milk Market and visitors are within walking distance to Union Station, Coors Field and everything Downtown Denver has to offer.

Entrance to  The Maven Hotel

In keeping with the sense of building a “community”, the Milk Market offers an array of eateries sure to satisfy any taste bud.  Visitors can choose a meal and eat with friends at community style tables.  Several new eateries are expected to open, below is just a sampling of what is available.

Seven Grand – Whiskey Bar

Run for the Roses – Cocktail “Lair”

Poka Lola Social Club – famed for it’s American soda fountain nod

Kachina Cantina – Southwestern

Huckleberry Roasters – Coffee

Denver Milk Market – offers 16 different restaurants & bars, headed up by Colorado Chef, Frank Bonanno.

To stay up to date on what’s happening at the Dairy Block, visit and let them know the Denver Relocation Guide sent you!