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  • Oak and Berries Tea Room

    Oak and Berries Tea Room

    1880 Gaylord St. Denver, CO 80206
    720-351-5123

    http://www.dmmdt.org The Oak and Berries Tea Room -- which is open by reservation only at the Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys -- is run by tea mistress extraordinaire Roxanne Mays, who used to run the Oak & Berries at the Holiday Chalet Inn on East Colfax Avenue. She eventually turned in her tea bags for other ventures, though not for long: A loyal customer asked her to host a private tea in the museum, which she did, and continues to do to this day. And Mays, who learned her craft at the Brown Palace, really turns it on for kids, plying them with a sunny and wise personality, pinkie shakes and curtsies, and a dainty spread of excellent finger sandwiches, mini-scones with Devonshire cream and jam, and pastries and cakes from Andre's or Devil's Food, all served on flowered china in the museum's Fairy Room. Little or big, girls uniformly love it, and when they're done sipping and flexing their pinkies, there's still a whole fascinating museum out there to explore. More >>

  • Off the Vine Coffee & Wine Bar

    500 E. Hampden Ave. Englewood, CO 80113
    720-440-9386

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Off-the-Vine-Coffee-and-Wine-Bar/194863767199011

  • One World Cafe

    28275 Colorado 74 Evergreen, CO 80439

    http://www.oneworldcafeevg.com/index.html One World Cafe isn't your typical Evergreen eatery: Stashed above street level at the end of the main drag, it houses only a handful of tables. But the food and the view from the big windows are worth the trip up the hill (and up the stairs). Inside, you'll find strings of lights hanging from the walls alongside drawings created by kid patrons, and each tabletop is covered with a different impressionist painting to color your meal. The eatery serves a fairly standard American menu, with an emphasis on fresh and organic produce; there are additional brunch options on the weekends, and the beer and cocktail lists are very robust for such a small venue. Although One World fills up quickly during peak hours, the place is so relaxed that you won’t be rushed out the door the second you’ve cleaned your plate. More >>

  • Overseas Cafe

    1552 Bergen Parkway Centennial, CO 80439
    303-674-4488

    http://www.overseas-cafe.com

  • Ozo Coffee Co.

    Ozo Coffee Co.

    1015 Pearl St. Boulder, CO 80302
    720-974-0215

    Ozo Coffee found success in its distant East Boulder digs, luring in caffeine addicts bent on a good cup of joe with single-origin espresso, beans carefully chosen by a coffee-obsessed owner who travels the world searching for sources and the Ozo roasts, available in the shop and in packages of beans for home brewing. The shop's second location will be on the West End of Pearl Street, where it will take its place among the many perpetually full downtown Boulder cafes, distinguishing itself by being the only shop in the area that roasts its own beans. More >>

  • Ozo Coffee Co.

    5340 Arapahoe Ave. Boulder, CO 80303
    303-440-0233

    http://www.ozocoffee.com Ozo Coffee Co. draws crowds of caffeine addicts bent on a good cup of joe to its dark, funky location in East Boulder; the shop is so obsessed with good coffee that it roasts its own beans. That's after the owner travels the world looking for quality roasters, bringing them back to Boulder to sell to the Front Range, whether in packages or drinks pulled in-shop. Ozo frequently offers single-origin espressos, as opposed to the blends normally chosen by other shops for consistency. Varying the espresso sources (and roasts) gives the shop a chance to continually expose its drinkers to new things. Ozo baristas also participate in national competitions, pulling shots and pouring drinks for judges. More >>

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