The 10 Best Coffee Shops In Denver
For over 40 years, they’ve been committed to partnering with farmers that are environmentally conscious and their approach just keeps on evolving. This five-year-old roastery is set in a newer shop in North Park Hill and also has another outpost at The Source in RiNo called Cafe Figurati. Pumpkin spice latter fans should know that Commonwealth also makes a pumpkin caramel latte in the fall.
2914 Coffee is a bright, modern and cozy coffeehouse located in the Jefferson Park neighborhood at 2914 W 25th Ave. But their name isn’t just inspired by their address; it’s also inspired by the wedding date of the owners, Anthony and Melissa Davis. Inside the shop, you’ll find coffee roasted by Denver’s Kaladi Brothers Coffee and artwork created by Anthony himself.
Stepping into Amethyst Coffee Company is like stepping into your home — you’ll be met with super friendly service, great conversation, and a warmth that seems to permeate everyone and everything in the place. The atmosphere and decor are lightly energized but cozy at the same time, so it’s a great place to relax or get some work done — just note that they don’t have outlets, so bring backup batteries or keep your work time short. Black Eye Coffee also serves beer, wine, and a nice assortment of food.
Commonwealth Coffee was founded in the fall of 2013 with the goal of sharing handcrafted coffee with people. By fostering a sense of community and carefully crafting every single roast, they’ve developed quite the following in North Park Hill. Stop in their bright and welcoming shop for yourself and find out what good coffee and great community really feels like. It’s all about the classics at this beloved roaster, no operating its own café space.
Some notable coffeehouses include Confitería del Molino, Café Tortoni, El Gato Negro, Café La Biela. The exclusion of women from coffeehouses was not universal, but does appear to have been common in Europe. In Germany, women frequented them, but in England and France they were banned. Émilie du Châtelet purportedly cross-dressed to gain entrance to a coffeehouse in Paris. In Victorian England, the temperance movement set up coffeehouses for the working classes, as a place of relaxation free of alcohol, an alternative to the public house . Jonathan’s Coffee House in 1698 saw the listing of stock and commodity prices that evolved into the London Stock Exchange.
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