New Coffee Shop, Restaurant Coming To Sycolin Road In Leesburg
With a dog-friendly patio, friendly baristas and a wide selection of drinks and snacks it’s easy to see why Stella’s has become a staple of South Pearl Street in Denver. We look forward to the opportunity to become your new favorite gourmet coffee shop in Platt Park. Roasting small batches of sweet, vibrant, and delectably clean coffee several times a week is this top-class espresso bar and coffee shop. Corvus Coffee is intent on working with privately owned and single estate farms that work hard to produce some of the best coffee ever roasted.
If the words “in-house” and “scratch made” get you excited, then this is your spot. No detail goes overlooked here, starting with the coffee, of course. They roast in house using green beans sourced from around the world, which means they have a pretty regular rotation of new selections for you to try. Their food comes with that same attention to details, and the entire kitchen is gluten free. They’re only open for carryout right now, and you can order ahead for a simple and satisfying to-go experience.
Mismatched vintage couches and two levels of seating offer plenty of cozy nooks perfect for working or chatting, while hanging plants and eclectic thrift-store art give the space an unpretentious feel. Espresso drinks are made with Huckleberry Roasters’ Blue Orchid Blend, and the house French Press and cold brew are prepared with Queen City Roasters’ beans. At last count, Google maps identified over 100 coffee shops in Denver that focus on not only the perfect cup of coffee but the ambiance, food, and barista charm. Whether it’s in a to-go container or a soup-size mug, nothing beats starting the day with a hot beverage in the morning with friends or family. Many of the coffee shops feature local coffee roasters like Kaladi, Kabod, Novo, Corvus, Allegro, Coda, Sweet Bloom. Tucked next to LoHi SteakBar in the Lower Highlands neighborhood, Lohi Local provides a cozy enclave to start your day.
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The best coffee shops also function as community gathering centers. Whittier Cafe excels at this, hosting Ethiopian coffee ceremonies each Sunday at 2 p.m., as well as art shows and social justice events that draw big crowds from the namesake neighborhood, along with patrons from Denver and Aurora. Owner Millete Birhanemaskel sources all the shop’s beans from African nations, and oversees a justice fund, which covers the cost of coffee for those who couldn’t normally afford it. In warmer months, the semi-enclosed patio is an ideal respite for enjoying your coffee or tea. Devil’s Food Bakery opened on Old South Gaylord Street in 1999 serving pastries, coffee, and tea. Now with an expanded facility, it serves breakfast, lunch, supper brunch, and pastries and is a favorite stop in this popular Denver neighborhood.
We can say without a doubt that Graham has influenced us in ways that we are still discovering and will be forever grateful for him to be a part of our Dirt family. Robby has been with Dirt since the very beginning, first as an intern, then as a mentor, and now as a manager! When he’s not at Dirt, you can find him producing videos for local organizations, including Dirt. Now working full-time and living independently, Robby embodies Dirt’s mission each and every day. Beth came to Dirt in 2018 with a passion for social justice and a background in the nonprofit world.