Andy lives and breathes organics! He bakes gluten-free delicacies in his on-site kitchen and roasts his single-origin beans with great dare. His roaster is at a special location where he can
My sister and I shared his Green Chili Quiche with a GF crust to go along with our rich and delicious americanos. Gotta tell you, that a week later, I STILL desire the taste of the quiche in my mouth … MmmmmMmm!
Toward the back of the space is a large community table with a LARGE coffee mug, too. Betcha I could drink that whole thing full of his Silver Sky Coffee!
Find out more about his coffee at http://www.SilverSkyCoffee.com
Visit his shop:
730 Grand Avenue
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Check out that rubber tree plant!
This coffeehouse sits proudly in Denver’s Berkeley Neighborhood near the old Elitch Gardens location surrounded by brick bungalows, art galleries, pubs, music shops, and the old Oriental Theater. I swung by on my way to a fundraiser for Colorado wildfire recovery and found it full of vitality.
The walls covered in art and tall book shelves that create coves for studying and writing ~ great creative spaces!
They are also a full-on internet cafe! For the price of a cuppa joe you can access the world wide web from one of 4 computers. You don’t find this much in the US, but sure hope we see more of it for us travelers
Visit them at:
Tenn Street Coffee & Books
4418 Tennyson Street
Denver, Colorado 80212
You gotta stop in here and say hello! They are right in my old hood.
A post in Yelp by John S. was really fun! He said,
My parrot and I accidentally took a wrong turn on the bike and ended up going south on Broadway from downtown Denver and I ran smack dab into Strange Grounds, with a large conspicuously bold claim as a seller of coffee! So I poked my head in and instantly said to myself, “This is a cool coffee shop. This is where I want to hang out!”
1417 South Broadway
Denver, CO 80210