Aviano Coffee just closed its third location -- but the good news is that this closure is only temporary. The homegrown coffee shop -- which started out in the Beauvallon, then moved to Cherry Creek, then had to move abruptly in January because of a development project -- is now finishing its buildo ... More >>
Third time could be a charm for Aviano Coffee. The local shop that got its start in the Beauvallon and then moved to Cherry Creek in 2010 had to move again last month -- with two weeks' notice. Fortunately, owner Doug Naiman already had his eye on a nearby spot, where they built "a temporary style b ... More >>
When we spoke with owner Doug Naiman on Monday, he had high hopes that Aviano Coffee would be pouring soon in its new home at 244 Detroit Street. One city department had already signed off on the space, with only two more permits to go. But it looks like the coffee's still not on at Aviano today -- ... More >>
Back in 2006, Doug Naiman's Aviano Coffee was one of the first tenants in the Beauvallon, the beleaguered behemoth in the 900 block of Lincoln Street, and it was one of the last ones out, finally forced to leave by the construction curtains that swathed the building in 2009. From there Aviano went ... More >>
We got a little too hopped up on caffeine this weekend -- to the point of heart palpitations, in fact -- because we couldn't stop sucking down the cappuccinos at Aviano Coffee, 3031 East Second Avenue, which reopened a month ago in a former Peaberry's shop in Cherry Creek.
Aviano Coffee is making a move to open a new shop in a former Peaberry Coffee location. Aviano's, previously located at 955 Lincoln Street in the embattled Beauvallon, closed in April, but a sign on the front door promises that it'll reopen "in the next couple/few weeks" at Second and St. Pa ... More >>
Hat's off to a Cafe Society reader who tipped us to the unfortunate demise of Aviano Coffee at 955 Lincoln Street in the beleaguered Beauvallon building. A woman who answered a call to Aviano yesterday gave a "no comment" when asked about the closure, but then said details would be forthco ... More >>
Coffee's on at Aviano Coffee -- and so is the heat. Owner Doug Naiman, who opened his spot in the beleaguered Beauvallon back in 2006, never anticipated the building being obscured by scaffolding and swathed in plastic. "When this scaffolding goes up over my business, what's it going to look like ... More >>
Life is lonely in the Beauvallon, where every restaurant and eatery has closed up shop -- except for Aviano Coffee at 955 Lincoln Street. Nine75 is gone, Mr. Coco's is gone, Aqua is gone. (Brandon's, which closed at the end of June, has a sign up advertising its reopening on August 14.) And n ... More >>
Coffee lovers are buzzing about Denver's first-ever battle of the baristas, and things could get frothy.