Coffee Shops in Colorado Springs

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While reviews are growing for its Colorado Springs location, Yelpers give Crowfoot Valley Coffee's Castle Rock location a 4.5-star average:

8836 N Union Blvd
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

Few cups of coffee have a purpose beyond waking up the person who sips them. Mission Coffee Roasters' piping hot mugs of fresh roasted coffee serve a higher calling. Part of the profits from every sale go to fund missions projects and local non profits including UpaDowna, an initiative of the Pikes Peak Community Foundation. The staffers provide customers with more ways to contribute than picking up their morning coffee, though. They also serve all natural, fresh-baked pastries, sell bagged coffee and tea, and even flavored syrups from Monin to add a little extra flavor to any drink. Mission Coffee Roasters also offers a conference room for offsite meetings and a co-working space available by the hour.

11641 Ridgeline Drive
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

For the Reinecke family, coffee has always been more than a beverage—it's been a means for bringing them together for casual conversations and serious heart-to-hearts. Now, coffee has pulled the elder Reineckes out of retirement and son John back to Colorado for the founding of Loco Bean Coffee. Here, visitors savor a cranberry scone or blueberry muffin between sips of lattes, cappuccinos, and specialty drinks such as the Salty Caramel Hipster, with white chocolate, caramel, and sea salt. Along with premium coffee, baristas can prepare teas ranging from Ginger Peach to Madagascar Coconut and whip up smoothies and shakes.

4797 Barnes Rd
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

A modern-day soda fountain. AKA: The castle of cool. The fortress of fun. The Stadium of sweet. The fountain of youth. We offer: 70+ flavors of custom, hand-crafted soda, Homemade ice cream, Candy, Sandwiches, Shaved Ice, Cotton Candy, Popcorn, & Squeak gear.

812 Village Center Dr
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

Paintings and other works by local artists festoon Cucuru Gallery Cafe, whose walls are painted with the rustic reds and deep greens of the Spanish countryside. Glasses of Spanish wines and specialty cocktails clink within the single-story house-turned-caf?, such as the Barista blended with espresso and br?l?e liqueurs. Cucuru's drinks pair with tapas and other Hispanic-inspired dishes, such as crispy spiced patatas bravas with garlic-aioli dipping sauce and pollo oloroso, which tops a seared chicken breast, manchego cheese, and mashed potatoes with an oloroso-mushroom demi-glace. The caf? hosts live entertainment throughout the week, such as jazz, funk, and other genres, and opens on Tuesdays for sultry tango classes.

2332 W Colorado Ave.
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

Those who live, breathe, and snort coffee will find a fine selection of both classic blends and little-known beans at Pikes Perk. Percolate perkiness with the medium-bodied Tanzanian Peaberry, or the bitter-less Jamaican Blue Mountain. Black-coffee purists can grab a 20-ounce cup of joe ($1.99), whereas those who spruce up beloved brews can order a white mocha ($4.19 for 16 ounces), or enliven their aromatic medley with a shot from one of the 50 syrups available. Hoard a pot of hot Pikes' peach tea, with chunks of fruit from Austria ($3.59), or soothe your stomach with something from Pikes' food menu of pastries, sandwiches, and breakfast items.

14 S Tejon St
Colorado Springs,
CO
US