Fuel your suburban neighborhood search with a cup of coffee from one of these spots in the Denver suburbs. You just might find a town you love, a home you adore and your new favorite local coffee shop all on the same day.
Whether you’re looking for a pick-me-up, work-from-home spot or just want somewhere to read a good book, check out these coffee shops in the Denver suburbs. We’ve rounded up some local favorites that you can check out during your next Colorado town tour. Who knows – one of these cafes could soon be your local go-to.
#1. 303 Coffee Co. (Centennial, CO)
This cafe is a convenient stop if you’re out running errands at the Park Meadows Mall. They serve locally roasted Coda Coffee plus a menu of pastries, breakfast burritos and gluten-free items. Order a signature “Bear Drink” for a sweet treat made with cold-brewed espresso and vanilla.
#2. Ziggi’s Coffee (Broomfield, CO)
A national chain that started in Colorado, Ziggi’s has a large, bright location in the heart of Broomfield. The menu includes smoothies, tea and breakfast sandwiches along with a long list of signature coffee drinks. With plenty of outlets and seating options, it’s a favorite with remote workers.
#3. Arista Deli & Coffee (Broomfield, CO)
Arista Deli & Coffee is another great option in Broomfield. This chef-driven spot started in 2020 and offers an all-day breakfast menu with build-your-own acai bowls and avocado toast. They also have a full coffee bar – try their Lavendilla latte if you’re in the mood for something unique.
#4. Enchanted Grounds Coffeehouse (Highlands Ranch, CO)
This “gameporium” is the perfect spot to meet up with friends or relax on a rainy day. Pick out a board game, order a latte and find a table to sit and play. If you have little ones, there are some non-coffee options, too, like hot cocoa and caramel apple cider.
#5. The Egg (Highlands Ranch, CO)
Looking for more of a meal? Combine your visit to Enchanted Grounds with The Egg – which happens to be right next door. The Egg is a traditional diner with huge pancakes, grilled cheese sandwiches and, of course, plenty of egg dishes. And like at any good diner, you’ll never have an empty cup of coffee.
#6. Bean Fosters (Littleton, CO)
Bean Fosters is a cozy cafe with a huge patio for warm days. But locals especially love the inside atmosphere which almost feels like a modern, trendy library. The menu includes chai tea and espresso drinks plus a variety of coffee preparations including pour overs and French press. Stop by the Golden location if you decide to explore that town, too.
#7. Nixon’s Coffee House (Littleton, CO)
Nixon’s Coffee House is a community hub right off the greenway. Locals love to bike or walk to the cafe before finding a spot on the patio to sit and enjoy their coffee. There’s a lunch menu if you’re looking for a bite to eat and you might even catch live music while you’re relaxing outside.
#8. Just Love Coffee Cafe (Littleton, CO)
Just Love is relatively new to the Littleton scene but it’s already been a big hit in town. Whether you’re in the mood for drip coffee, cold brew or a specialty latte, they have a huge menu with something for everyone. It’s not far from the C-470 bikeway if you want a mid-ride pick-me-up.
#9. Lost Coffee (Littleton, CO)
Lost Coffee is a welcoming cafe and roastery filled with plants and natural light – thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows. There’s even a covered patio decorated with string lights so you can still sit outside on rainy days. The coffee is sourced from family farms and women producers and bags of beans are available for sale if you want to brew their delicious coffee at home.
#10. Higher Grounds Cafe (Golden, CO)
In the center of Golden, there’s Higher Grounds Cafe. We suggest ordering a brewed coffee or mocha and finding a spot outside. From the patio you can take in the gorgeous views of the Rocky Mountain foothills. If you want to keep exploring, wander along Washington Ave to take in the sights and sounds of downtown Golden.
#11. Hello Coffee (Lakewood, CO)
Hello Coffee is a beloved local cafe with WiFi and plenty of seating options for work-from-home days. This cafe is known for its creative signature drinks and you can try favorites like the s’mores-inspired Bonfire Nights latte or Stupid Cupid cherry and vanilla latte depending on the season. It’s also a great stop if you want some coffee before hitting the trails at William Frederick Hayden Park.
#12. Jubilee Roasting Co. (Aurora, CO)
Aurora is home to a bunch of amazing coffee shops. Kick off a coffee crawl by visiting Jubilee Roasting Co. This beautiful cafe is located in a renovated warehouse and features huge garage-door windows (which are opened on sunny days), plenty of plants and a spacious patio. Expert baristas serve both brewed coffee and specialty espresso drinks.
#13. The French Press (Aurora, CO)
Across town there’s The French Press, a brunch spot and bakery with a dog-friendly patio. If you want something more than their namesake French press coffee, try a specialty drink like the decadent Salted Caramel Marshmallow Latte. It’s not far from Wheel Park and Horseshoe Park if you want to scope out more of the town.
#14. Legends Coffee (Aurora, CO)
Legends Coffee is another favorite in Aurora. It started out as a farmers market staple and now has a brick-and-mortar location in the Southlands mall. This spot is known for its chic, relaxed atmosphere and curated coffee menu. They have a good selection of non-dairy milk and house-made syrups.
#15. La Dolce Vita (Arvada, CO)
La Dolce Vita has been going strong in Arvada for almost 30 years. The menu includes Coda coffee, scratch-made quiches and local ice cream. Most weekends you can catch live music or an open mic night at this cafe. And if you want to grab dinner nearby, there’s a vegan restaurant, taco shop and burger spot all less than a mile away.
#16. Corvus Coffee Roasters (Arvada, CO)
This artisanal coffee shop recently opened in Arvada but you might be familiar with the other locations in Denver or Littleton. This was a welcomed addition to the Arvada community and it’s a cute spot to meet up with friends to get in a work session. Pour overs, cortados and cappuccinos are available plus the pastry case is usually filled with an assortment of croissants and cookies.
#17. Sweet Bloom Coffee Roasters (Westminster, CO)
Sweet Bloom Coffee Roasters – which was founded by award-winning baristas – has locations in Arvada, Lakewood and Westminster. The sprawling Westminster spot features plenty of tables and private booths that are great for remote workers. Here you can enjoy a nitro cold brew, single-origin espresso, kombucha or brewed coffee.
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