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  • The Alley Cat Cafe

    120 1/2 W. Laurel St. Fort Collins, CO 80524

    http://www.alleycatcoffeehouse.com

  • Amante Coffee

    Amante Coffee

    1035 Walnut St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-546-9999

    http://www.amantecoffee.com

  • Amante Coffee

    4580 Broadway Boulder, CO 80304
    303-448-9999

    http://www.amantecoffee.com

  • American Donut

    727 Simms St. Golden, CO 80401-4792
    303-233-9193

    http://www.daylightdonuts.com

  • Annie's Cafe and Bar

    4012 E. 8th Ave. Denver, CO 80220-3701
    303-355-8197

  • Ardelt's Victorian Garden

    1225 Logan St. Denver, CO 80203

  • Aspen Coffee

    8286 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238-3122
    303-371-1108

  • Atlas Purveyors

    1505 Pearl St. Boulder, CO 80304
    720-382-2930

    http://www.atlaspurveyors.com The east end of Boulder's Pearl Street Mall features a string of coffee shops, but Atlas Purveyors is the most serene. The breezy, high-ceilinged space features earth-toned walls lined with shelves full of hardcover books and homey kitsch; one wall is adorned with a rotating mural. Boulder's coffee-shop workforce is out in droves here, hacking away on laptops while listening to soothing folk rock and sipping herbal teas, chai and coffee drinks. Atlas also offers a variety of vegan and gluten-free baked goods, as well as healthy snacks. More >>

  • August Morning Coffee House

    475 Main St. Longmont, CO 80501
    720-652-0966

    http://www.amch.com

  • Aviano Coffee

    Aviano Coffee

    244 Detroit St. Denver, CO 80206
    303-399-8347

    http://avianocoffee.blogspot.com Aviano Coffeeis now in its third location -- the second in Cherry Creek -- and the third time could be a charm. Through all the moves, though, one thing has been consistent: Owners Doug and Saadia Naiman are dedicated to making the best coffee in town. Aviano sources Intelligentsia beans, a Chicago-based roaster with a cult following and just a handful of shops across the country. With that exquisite roast, the baristas who man the copper-topped bar pull perfect shots for cappuccinos, lattes and double espressos. The latter aren't available to go; they must be consumed in-store, in porcelain. Patrons craving coffee rather than espresso can head to the pour-over bar, where every cup is made to order. More >>

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