Eternal Flavors Bakery Opens As Storefront This Spring

Denver is finally gaining a brick-and-mortar location from former The Market baker.
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After nearly two years of delays, Eternal Flavors Bakery will finally open its doors at a brick-and-mortar location in Denver. Baker Melchor Ocampo, formerly of The Market, opened Eternal Flavors Bakery in the spring of 2020 and found a storefront for the bakery at 5600 W. Dartmouth Ave., Unit 104 in Denver in August of that year. COVID delayed the opening, but now the time has come to open the doors at the new location.

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Ocampo worked as head baker at The Market for nearly three decades. Ocampo’s daughter and Eternal Flavors Bakery manager Ruth Simonson said her father has a lot of passion and love for what he does. “One thing we’re super excited for is for him to start his own legacy. We hope that people come in and they try the cake, and it’s even better than what they remembered from The Market,” she shared.

Construction on the storefront is being finalized, and inspections are still required, but they hope to open sometime in April. “It’s pretty much just a waiting game at this point,” Simonson said.

The menu will feature cakes and pastries. “The most popular being the Spring Fling, which many Denver natives remember that is the zucchini-based cake with cream cheese frosting and the fresh fruit in the filling, as well as on the top of the cake,” Simonson told What Now Denver.

Other cakes include the chocolate strawberry and strawberry mouse cake, and the mango cake. Cakes can be purchased whole or by the slice, and pastries such as cookies, macaroons, cannolis, and cupcakes are offered.

Eternal Flavors Bakery will eventually add coffee to the menu. “Even further down the road, we hope to turn this unit into a deli, as well.” They plan to offer sandwiches, soups, and salads at that time. “For now, we’re just going to offer cakes and pastries, but eventually, we’re going to add more to it.” Menu items will only be available for pickup, but they plan to add indoor seating in the future.

Amber D. Browne

Amber D. Browne is an author, freelance writer, and editor based in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. She has more than two decades of experience in journalism including in television, radio, magazines, and online publications.
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