What is better than meeting an old friend you have not seen for ages, at a local coffee shop and having a brew or two? There is something special about having coffee with a friend. People living in Boulder, Colorado, have many great coffee shops from which to choose. Call your friend and make plans to meet up for a cup of brew later this week. Here are 8 of the best coffee shops in Boulder!
Village Coffee Shop
1605 Folsom St.
If you left home without having breakfast, there is no reason to worry. Here you can enjoy one of Boulder’s finest cups of coffee and a breakfast that will keep you full throughout the day. You can enjoy a delicious blueberry pancake breakfast, French toast, or hash browns and ham. Diners also rave about their burritos. And, let’s not forget the coffee. Each cup is fresh, hot, and as tasty as it gets. The only problem you will have is deciding which blend you want to request.
Boxcar Coffee Roasters
1825 B Pearl St.
A unique blend is known as “cowboy coffee.” The method allows the servers to steep the grounds at an incredible 203 degrees to create a perfect infusion of the coffee into the water. Boxcar has invented and assembled specialized equipment that will grind, heat, boil, and steep, and each order is prepared one at a time. They are a roastery and coffee shop with an obsession to make each cup of coffee the perfect cup. They also offer beans for sale, other drinks, and baked goods.
The Point Cafe
1101 13th St.
The coffee shop offers exceptional java. The people are friendly, and the servers are always happy. All of this adds up to a cozy atmosphere. The Point offers a restaurant and sidewalk cafe, and live music on a regular schedule. Guests praise their macchiato and say it is the best in Boulder. Customers also enjoy their rose latte, the nitro iced coffee, and almond milk latte, to name just a few of their offerings.
2721 Arapahoe Ave.
The owners of this coffee shop are proud to call themselves “local roasters.” They endeavor to offer different things to interest people. One of these is a monthly book club. Another is their well-received coffee tastings. They strive to conserve natural resources by recycling, reusing, and preserving. Customers enjoy the wide selection of coffee bean choices they offer. They also have many organic coffee choices. They will be starting a new rewards program soon that will promote “green values.”
Beleza Coffee Bar
2680 Broadway St.
Some patrons describe Beleza as “hands down the best coffee and coffee shop in Boulder.” When entering the coffee shop, it seems to transform you into a happy mood with its bright and cheery decoration. If you can pass their display of pastries without ordering one, hats off to you. Their tasty delicacies are incredible! Beleza offers a large selection of delicious coffees. If you want a bite to eat, you might consider their delicious avocado toast, a granola bowl, or several other dishes. And, if you want a very different refreshment, try their expresso milkshake.
3040 28th St.
Aside from delicious coffee, guests can also expect to find easy parking right outside, reliable Wi-Fi, ample workspaces, and the sweetest employees to be found in Boulder. And the place is spotless. It is just a great relaxing place to be. There are some very unique coffee blends to order, such as the sweet potato latte. Aside from traditional coffee drinks, such as Americanos and cappuccinos, there are many amazing coffee-free lattes. Guests can enjoy their delicious brews while enjoying the soft jazz and classical music playing in the background. The music provides a fitting accompaniment to the artistic beverages.
Trident Booksellers And Cafe
940 Pearl St.
Trident Booksellers offers excellent coffee as well as breakfast and dinner. Guests can choose to sit indoors or outdoors. The special treat is the bookstore, which allows patrons to search for books they might want to purchase and read while relaxing here. Many guests admire the excellent and friendly service they receive and comment on the prices being more reasonable than at other nearby coffee shops. It is considered a Boulder landmark, and it might be the oldest continuously operated expresso bar in Boulder.
1035 Walnut St.
This locally owned cafe and coffee shop is a European and Italian style cafe. The focus is on coffee. High-end coffee, imported from Italy, and expresso, latte, mocha, cappuccino, cold brew, and more, are offered at Amantes. They also offer gluten-free and vegan products. They are known for their delightful menu of beverages. Space can be a little cramped, but it provides a friendly atmosphere where you can bring your laptop and use the free Wi-Fi while enjoying your favorite beverage along with a scone.