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  • Backstage Coffee

    Backstage Coffee

    1000 14th St. Denver, CO 80202

  • Baroness Coffee

    201 W. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80202-5329

  • Brown Palace Hotel Tea Room

    Brown Palace Hotel Tea Room

    321 17th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-297-3111 It’s tea time every afternoon at the Brown Palace Hotel Tea Room, and anyone strolling through the hotel's lobby can catch a glimpse of lovely ladies and dapper gentlemen being served tea in fancy teacups and finger sandwiches on fancy plates. At the Brown Palace, in the heart of downtown Denver, afternoon tea time caters to the landed gentry and everyone else who scrubs up, dons their Sunday best and minds their manners. Reservations are recommended, especially during the ultra-busy holiday season, and the sips and nibbles comprise some truly fine fare, with black, green and white teas served with honey from the Brown Palace’s own rooftop hives; homemade scones and tea pastries served with preserves and Devonshire cream; and of course, the classiest of classy finger sandwiches. More >>

  • Cafe Pure

    1380 17th St. Denver, CO 80202

  • City Stacks Books and Coffee

    1743 Wazee Street Denver, CO 80202
    303-297-1440 Opening early October More >>

  • Coffee at the Point

    Coffee at the Point

    710 E. 26th Ave. Denver, CO 80205

    Coffee at the Point is a cozy, welcome addition to the Five Points neighborhood. Owner Ryan Cobbins has transformed the former Blackberries space into a community coffee haven serving such local products as Novo Coffee and wines by Cottonwood Cellars -- the latter available by the flight, glass or bottle. In the morning the place is packed with locals enjoying fresh-brewed coffees, teas, espresso drinks and breakfast burritos; business types pop in for lunches of sandwiches and soups. In the afternoons, customers dig into smooth, icy gelato and cookies, cakes and pastries while they take advantage of the shop's free wireless. There's a quiet space off to the side of the main area for people who need to concentrate on their work -- and a row of bistro tables with intimate lighting for couples who want to concentrate on each other, canoodling while they caffeinate. Coffee at the Point is also conveniently located by Crossroads Theater, for those who need a little pick-me-up to get through the next act. More >>

  • Cole Craft Coffee

    2231 East Bruce Randolph Avenue Denver, CO 80205

  • Common Grounds

    Common Grounds

    1550 17th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-296-9248 Common Grounds has been slinging coffee in Denver since the early '90s, long before the popularity of super-chains and Frappuccinos. The original location is still going strong in the Highlands, while the downtown spot moved to different digs across the street in 2009. However, the LoDo locations did keep its most notable feature: a beer and wine license. It also kept its fans who appreciate getting consistently good, locally roasted coffee in a warm but sophisticated environment. A popular spot for breakfast and lunch in LoDo, Common Grounds offers a spread of burritos and pastries as well as freshly made salads, sandwiches and soups. At night, regulars come for the wi-fi, comfy chairs and quirks (including an upright piano) that accompany a bar that goes far beyond coffee and tea. Fridays and Saturdays welcome live musicians who kindly entertain for tips. More >>

  • Crema Coffee House

    Crema Coffee House

    2862 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205
    720-235-2995 Crema Coffeehouse draws its name from the rich, caramel-colored foam that caps any decent shot of espresso right after it's pulled. And that's the primary job of the baristas at Crema: to pull decent shots of espresso. They also brew coffee from a handful of roasters, including local outfits Novo and Ozo. Crema is located on Larimer Street, just above the Ballpark neighborhood. It's one of the most eclectic areas in town, and local artists and musicians spend a lot of time on the couches in this sparse, urban shop. More >>

  • DADA Art Bar

    DADA Art Bar

    2470 Broadway Denver, CO 80205
    720-350-4716 DADA Art Bar owner Iain Chisholm says he opened his art gallery/coffeehouse/bar with the intention of it being the neighborhood treehouse – the go-to spot for hanging out and having fun in a comfortable and entertaining environment. And while DADA has exhibits that change monthly, it's more than just a gallery of wall art. There are performance artists of all kinds, art battles in which two artists duel in live-painting showdowns, DJ nights, jazz trios, and weekly talent shows featuring poets, singers and storytellers. The spot is a coffeehouse by day; at night you'll find cocktails, wine and beer, along with "globally influenced" charcuterie plates and cheeseboards. More >>

  • Dazbog Coffee Co.

    110 16th St. Denver, CO 80202-5202

  • Etai's Bakery Cafe

    1475 Lawrence St. Denver, CO 80202

  • Gigi's Cafe

    3102 Blake Street Denver, CO 80205

  • Gigi's Cafe

    3102 Blake Street Denver, CO 80205

  • Hannah's Coffee House

    1060 14th St. Denver, CO 80202-2344

  • House of Commons

    House of Commons

    2401 15th St. Denver, CO 80202-6105

  • Ink Coffee

    Ink Coffee

    1590 Little Raven St. Denver, CO 80202

  • Ink Coffee Co

    1225 17th St Denver, CO 80202-5534

  • Ink! Coffee House

    Ink! Coffee House

    1801 California Denver, CO 80202

  • ink! Coffee

    618 16th St. Mall Denver, CO 80202-4211

  • KJ

    KJ's Coffee Bar

    1710 E. 25th Ave. Denver, CO 80205

  • Leela European Cafe

    Leela European Cafe

    820 15th St. Denver, CO 80202
    303-534-2255 Leela European Cafe is as panoptic as the European continent itself, with lofty ceilings and a wall of windows facing the street. Open 24 hours a day and serving a full menu -- with free wi-fi, a large stage and a dance floor -- Leela wants to be everything to everyone. That’s why you’ll see one patron sipping espresso and studying for a trig midterm on a couch in the back while another talks loudly, sipping a glass of vino at the bar in the front. With both a diner and a lounge, Leela is a popular hangout for people of all ages -- but particularly the college-student crowds, who take advantage of the steady stream of caffeine and studying amenities, and high-school kids, who want to stay out all night and learn to assimilate into the adult culture. There’s always entertainment, from musician showcases to poetry slams. Needless to say, it’s also one of the best places in Denver to people-watch. More >>

  • Little Owl Coffee

    Little Owl Coffee

    1555 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202

  • Metropolis Coffee

    830 17th St. Denver, CO 80202-3101

  • Novo Coffee

    Novo Coffee

    1600 Glenarm Place Denver, CO 80202

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