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  • Salida Cafe and Roastery

    300 W. Sackett Ave. Salida, CO 81201
    719-539-4261

    http://www.salidacafe.com

  • Sam's Convenience Store & Cafe

    885 S. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80219-3456
    303-934-3888

  • Scooter Joe's Coffee

    726 Lincoln St. Denver, CO 80203
    303-813-9500

  • Shangri-La Cafe

    Shangri-La Cafe

    1575 Boulder St. Denver, CO 80211
    720-855-7585

    http://www.shangriladenver.com The cozy Shangri-La Cafe is a neighborhood coffeehouse. But what a neighborhood: It’s tucked between Vita and Lola in the hot, hot LoHi neighborhood. And while those restaurants are often packed late into the evening, Shangri-La focuses on the breakfast-and -lunch crowd, offering up assorted coffee drinks, award-winning breakfast sandwiches and panini. Chef/partner Massimo Ruffinazzi, who was born and raised in Italy, makes sure there are always great breads on hand, as well as salumi plates and salad. But there are other reasons to hang out here, too, starting with wi-fi and continuing on through an arrangement with a Colorado winery that allows Shangri-La to offer wine. More >>

  • Sidney's Cappuccino and Art Bar

    1375 Walnut St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-939-9052

  • Sister's Espresso

    2506 W. Alamo Ave. Littleton, CO 80120-1902
    303-738-9514

  • Skyline Cafe & Saloon

    777 W. 29th Ave. Denver, CO 80202-1071
    303-296-3232

  • Slams Coffee & Tea Leaf

    6820 S. Liverpool St. Aurora, CO 80016-1773
    303-400-6898

  • SloHI Coffee Company

    4436 West 29th Avenue Denver, CO 80212
    720-484-5359

    http://www.slohicoffee.com/

  • Small Circle Imports

    1139 Francis St. Longmont, CO 80501
    303-682-5080

    A trace of incense swirls around the racks of eco-friendly clothing at Small Circle Imports, a combo coffee shop and clothing store that occasionally features live world music. The shop lends personality to an otherwise nondescript mini-mall a few blocks from Main Street. More >>

  • SML Coffee

    702 E. Speer Blvd. Denver, CO 80203
    720-933-1356

    http://www.myspace.com/smlcoffee

  • Sojourners

    1501 South Holly Street Denver, CO 80222
    303-758-0740

    http://sojoscoffee.com

  • Sole Coffee Roasters

    4699 S. Nautilus Court Boulder, CO 80301
    303-527-1301

    http://www.soleroasters.com

  • Solid Grounds Coffeehouse

    9473 E. University Blvd. Littleton, CO 80126
    303-683-5895

  • Speedtrap Coffeebar

    84 S. Highway 105 Palmer Lake, CO 80133
    719-488-2007

    http://www.speedtrapcoffeebar.com

  • Spruce Confections

    767 Pearl St. Boulder, CO 80302
    303-449-6773

    Nestled in a row of shops on the west end of Pearl Street, Spruce Confections attracts long lines of regulars addicted to its baked goods, which are made on the premises. The bakers here turn out fluffy croissants, sweet and savory scones, and a variety of cookies and muffins, which are served hot as a perfect accompaniment to the coffee and espresso drinks the place also proffers. Though the interior of the shop is so tiny it can really only accommodate a grab-and-go crowd, the adjacent patio is filled with tables. When the sun is out, the scene is so pleasant that the patio is usually packed well beyond the warm months. More >>

  • Starbucks

    Starbucks

    3100 S. Sheridan Denver, CO 80227
    303-937-4400

    http://www.starbucks.com Since its founding by a trio of aspiring coffee roasters in Seattle in 1971, Starbucks has grown to become the largest coffeehouse in the world, with upwards of 20,000 locations in Denver / Boulder and around the world. Named for the chief mate on the whaling ship from Moby Dick, the company didn't begin chasing the Great White Whale of world java domination until the 1990s, by which time it was opening a new store every day. A turbulent economy has since forced it to retrench, but the chain remains a powerhouse both commercially and politically, thanks to its op-ed-penning chairman, Howard Schultz. A purveyor of whole foods, Starbucks typically farms out its secret recipes to a single, Starbucks-owned bakery in each city, and now sells a good deal of its coffee beans at grocery stores. Find any and all local locations on Voice Places. More >>

  • Starbucks

    200 W. 104th Ave. Denver, CO 80234

    Since its founding by a trio of aspiring coffee roasters in Seattle in 1971, Starbucks has grown to become the largest coffeehouse in the world, with upwards of 20,000 locations in Denver / Boulder and around the world. Named for the chief mate on the whaling ship from Moby Dick, the company didn't begin chasing the Great White Whale of world java domination until the 1990s, by which time it was opening a new store every day. A turbulent economy has since forced it to retrench, but the chain remains a powerhouse both commercially and politically, thanks to its op-ed-penning chairman, Howard Schultz. A purveyor of whole foods, Starbucks typically farms out its secret recipes to a single, Starbucks-owned bakery in each city, and now sells a good deal of its coffee beans at grocery stores. Find any and all local locations on Voice Places. More >>

  • Steamer's Coffeehouse

    13771 W. 85th Drive Arvada, CO 80005-5839
    303-456-7624

  • Steaming Bean Coffee House

    19190 Mainstreet Parker, CO 80134

  • Steep

    4100 East 8th Avenue Denver, CO 80220
    303-321-0445

    http://cafesteep.com/

  • Stella

    Stella's Coffeehaus

    1476 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80210
    303-777-1031

    http://www.stellascoffee.com Owner Stan Geels originally envisioned his coffeehouse as a community gathering spot, a place where people could come and work in peace -- something he had trouble finding when he was in sales and looking for a good spot to catch up between calls on clients. He opened Stella's twenty years ago, and today it fills several eclectic rooms in a house on South Pearl. Those rooms are almost always packed; students and telecommuters share mismatched tables in the quiet nooks during the day, couples and friends catch live music acts and chat on the front porch at night. And at all hours, they sip coffee from local roaster Pablo's, eat burritos and dessert from one of the many local vendors Geels works with, and peruse art from around the world. "It's a coffee klatsch," Geels says, "which means you look for the best that you can find of everything and bring it to your location, and you make all the drinks." Those drinks are an ideal way to end an evening after dinner at one of Pearl Street's many restaurants. More >>

  • Stella's Gourmet Coffee & Such

    1936 S. Elati St. Denver, CO 80223-3920
    303-744-0406

  • Stephanie's Coffee Shop

    7691 Brighton Blvd. Commerce City, CO 80022-1546
    303-289-3293

  • The Stone Cup

    442 High St. Lyons, CO 80540
    303-823-2345

    http://www.thestonecup.com

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