Photos: Cafe Zuri now pouring in Highland

Coffee's on at Cafe Zuri, which recently opened its doors at 3718 West 32nd Avenue. And its heart is in the right place: metro Denver. The quaint cafe offers locally roasted coffee from Coda, French pastries from Trompeau Bakery in Englewood, apple strudels from Praha Restaurant in Longmont and ice cream from Bonnie Brae Ice Cream.

Here's a look at the space.

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"We already feel like family with our regulars," says Tomas Vojtek, who owns the coffee shop with his wife, Marianne Rutzer. "We wanted to do something small and local. and we couldn't be happier with the space."

And the couple, both immigrants -- he's from Prague and she's from Switzerland -- have even more to celebrate: Marianne just gave birth to their first child. And they are also close to completing the process for adopting two more children from Haiti, which explains the art on the walls of the shop; all of it came from a market in Port-au-Prince and was purchased while Marianne was there meeting the newest additions to the family.

Check Cafe Zuri's Facebook page for more updates.

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