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  • 2914 Coffee

    2914 W. 25th Ave. Denver, CO 80211
    303-953-8997

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/2914-Coffee/350392268321080?sk=info

  • Bark Bar

    Bark Bar

    4132 W. 38th Ave. Denver, CO 80212
    303-408-1549

    http://www.barkbardenver.com You can socialize with your human companions while your best pal gets together with his furry friends at Bark Bar, a dog park/bar/coffeehouse concept that opened in late 2013. Owner Catherine Peters came up with the idea for Bark Bar, which features eighty craft beers, a full bar, coffee and plenty of seating, not to mention a large off-leash dog run. More >>

  • Big Sky Espresso Cafe

    7210 W. 38th Ave. Wheat Ridge, CO 80033-4841
    303-422-1236

  • Black Eye Coffee Shop

    Black Eye Coffee Shop

    3408 Navajo St. Denver, CO 80211

    http://www.drinkblackeye.com/home/ Located in an old brick building on Navajo Street, Black Eye Coffee has somewhat of a chemistry lab aesthetic. The shop uses a pour-over station -- a minimalist operation for brewing single cups at a time -- and offers a rotating selection of four types of beans at a time. More >>

  • Blu toste Java

    3937 Tennyson St. Denver, CO 80212

  • BookBar

    BookBar

    4280 Tennyson St. Denver, CO 80212
    720-443-2227

    http://www.bookbardenver.com

  • Cafe Caliente

    3701 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211-3121
    303-433-2500

  • Cafe Zuri

    Cafe Zuri

    3718 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211

    Coffee's always on at Cafe Zuri, a quaint cafe that joined the Highland lineup in the fall of 2012. Husband-and-wife owners Tomas Vojtek and Marianne Rutzer are from Prague and Switzerland, respectively, Vojtek explains, “and we wanted to do something small and local.” So they offer locally roasted coffee from Coda, French pastries from Trompeau Bakery in Englewood, apple strudel from Praha Restaurant in Longmont, and ice cream from Bonnie Brae. But there are international influences at Zuri, too: The art comes from a market in Port-au-Prince and was acquired when Rutzer was in Haiti meeting the two children that the couple, who had their own baby about the time they opened Zuri, are adopting. More >>

  • Carnation Restaurant

    1395 Wadsworth Blvd. Lakewood, CO 80214
    303-238-3045

  • Corner Cupboard Tea Room

    2099 Wadsworth Blvd. Lakewood, CO 80214
    303-888-7848

    http://www.cornercupboardtearoom.com

  • Denver Bread Company

    3200 Irving Street Denver, CO 80211
    303-455-7194

    http://thedenverbreadcompany.com

  • Haney's Coffee Shop

    3814 Lowell Blvd. Denver, CO 80211
    303-433-5880

  • Highlands Cork and Coffee

    Highlands Cork and Coffee

    3701 W. 32nd Denver, CO 80211
    303-433-2500

    http://www.highlandscorkandcoffee.com

  • Huckleberry Roasters

    4301 Pecos Denver, CO 80211
    720-381-2504

    http://www.huckleberryroasters.com

  • Jet Coffee

    3937 Tennyson St. Denver, CO 80212
    720-366-9293

  • The Laughing Latte

    The Laughing Latte

    2001 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Denver-CO/The-Laughing-Latte

  • McGuire Edgewater Cafe

    5228 W. 25th Ave. Edgewater, CO 80214-1242
    303-232-4800

  • Red Poppy Tea & Hookah Parlour

    Red Poppy Tea & Hookah Parlour

    2120 W. 29th Ave. Denver, CO 80211
    303-330-1718

    http://www.facebook.com/RedPoppyDenver

  • 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 >>

  • SloHI Coffee Company

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

    http://www.slohicoffee.com/

  • Sunnyside Cafe

    3801 Jason St. Denver, CO 80211-2632
    303-477-5953

  • Sweet Java Cafe

    6140 W. 38th Ave. Wheat Ridge, CO 80033-5147
    303-421-0726

    http://www.lewisfinecandies.com

  • The Tea Bar

    2900 Zuni St. Denver, CO 80211
    303-573-0710

    http://www.teabardenver.com

  • Tenn Street Coffee & Books

    Tenn Street Coffee & Books

    4418 Tennyson St. Denver, CO 80212
    303-455-0279

    http://www.tennstreetcoffee.com 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 >>

  • The Universal

    The Universal

    2911 W. 38th Ave. Denver, CO 80211
    303-955-0815

    https://www.facebook.com/theuniversaldenvercolorado "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 >>

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