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  • Strange Grounds Coffee

    1417 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210

  • Swing Dancing at Mercury Cafe

    2199 California St Denver, CO 80205-2821

  • The Tea Bar

    2900 Zuni St. Denver, CO 80211

  • Tenn Street Coffee & Books

    Tenn Street Coffee & Books

    4418 Tennyson St. Denver, CO 80212
    303-455-0279 Every neighborhood needs a cozy place where people can meet and kick back over coffee, and the multi-tasking Tenn Street — stocked with Dazbog java, Bluepoint pastries, Udi's sandwiches and other notable treats — fills the bill. When the weather's nice, the street-side patio bustles with chatting friends and folks with their noses buried in books or the Internet; inside, there's a sweet and well-curated used-book store. Folksy live music is also an option at Tenn Street on weekends and selected weeknights, and so is art. More >>

  • Tenoch Mexican Coffee House

    Tenoch Mexican Coffee House

    8450 E. Iliff Ave. Denver, CO 80231

  • Thomas Bros Coffee & Chai

    7505 E. 35th Ave. (Quebec Square) Denver, CO 80207

  • Thump Coffee

    Thump Coffee

    1201 E. 13th Ave. Denver, CO 80203

  • The Torn Veil Coffeehouse

    5152 Centennial St. Colorado Springs, CO 80919

  • Trident Booksellers

    940 Pearl St. Boulder, CO 80302

  • Tropical Smoothie Café

    Tropical Smoothie Café

    5332 DTC Blvd. Greenwood Village, CO 80111

  • Twin Perks

    Twin Perks

    1628 Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80204

  • Udi's Bread Cafe

    12700 E. 19th Ave. Aurora, CO 80045

  • Udi's Bread Cafe & Juice Bar

    1475 Lawrence St. Denver, CO 80202

  • Udi's Cafe & Bar

    8500 Peña Blvd. Denver, CO 80249

  • Udi’s Café and Bar

    8500 Peña Blvd. Denver, CO 80249

  • Union Sation Coffee House

    1091 S. Parker Denver, CO 80231

  • The Universal

    The Universal

    2911 W. 38th Ave. Denver, CO 80211
    303-955-0815 "Fryers still bring me nightmares," says Steven Sharp, who opened the Universal in Sunnyside in the summer of 2012 with his wife, Kourtnie Harris. Sharp’s first job was frying chicken at a fast-food restaurant in California, and while the experience wasn’t so bad that it scared him away from the food industry, it scarred him enough that decades later, when he opened his own spot, he did so without a fryer. No fryer means no fried chicken, which would seem a natural for the Universal, a cozy, comfort-food spot that emphasizes breakfast and lunch (and happens to be open at brunch). But it also means that the food is a lot less greasy than you might expect, given the strong Southern bent of the menu. The pulled-pork sandwich is pure Tarheel, with meat smoked out back and tossed in a vinegary North Carolina-style barbecue sauce, as are the grits, which can be ordered as a side, with two eggs and meat, or as the daily grits special. And the biscuits would do pre-scandal Paula Deen proud. The butter-laden delights can be ordered with sausage gravy or as a side with raspberry jam; coupled with a cup of Denver-based Coda coffee, they’re a great way to start a meal. More >>

  • University Groundz Coffeehouse

    2423 S. University Blvd. Denver, CO 80210

  • The Unseen Bean Cafe

    2052 Broadway Boulder, CO 80302

  • Urbanistic Tea and Bike Shop

    Urbanistic Tea and Bike Shop

    3215 Lowell Blvd. Denver, CO 80211
    303-561-3025 At Queen City Cycles, you can get your bike repaired while you enjoy a cup of tea in a great Highland hangout. Brother-sister team Ethan and Michelle Bontrager run Queen City, formerly known as Urbanistic Tea and Bike Shop, in Highlands Square. Ethan is the master mechanic who can also fix wagons and strollers, while Michelle keeps over 100 teas in stock and is ready to serve for liquid refreshment and interesting conversation. More >>

  • Vic's Espresso

    2680 Broadway Boulder, CO 80302

  • The Village Coffee Shop

    1605 Folsom St. Boulder, CO 80302

  • Waterloo Coffee

    218 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209

  • Weathervane Cafe

    Weathervane Cafe

    1725 E. 17th Ave. Denver, CO 80218
    303-355-5863 Everything about the Weathervane Cafe is as cute as can be. Situated in the bottom floor of a small house on Seventeenth Avenue, the interior seats a mere nineteen people; there are eye-catching flower arrangements, vases and ornamental items (some of them for sale) artfully placed on assorted surfaces, and pictures drawn by local schoolkids decorate the walls. The menu isn't large, but it's well conceived and well executed, with sandwiches, salads and breakfast burritos, plus assorted pastries (some of them vegan). The drinks lineup is about what you'd expect from a local cafe: drip coffee, espresso-based drinks, spicy chai and loose-leaf teas. But you’ll find specialty items here and there on the menu, one-of-a-kind combinations that set the Weathervane apart. And even the standard fare is crafted carefully and served up with a smile, because any winds blowing at this little coffee shop are fair ones. More >>

  • Whistler's Cafe

    161 Jefferson St. Nederland, CO 80466

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