Cafes in Erie

One or Two Punch Cards, Each Valid for 10 Teas at Taráz Teas (Up to 52% Off)

Taráz Teas

Lincoln Park

Surrounded by art, yoga, and WiFi, sip fragrant, soothing teas made from organic loose leaf

$30 $15

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Tea-Tasting Experience for Two or Four Including Take-Home Tea Box at Ceylon Pearl Tea (Up to 52% Off)

Ceylon Pearl Tea

Southeast Denver

Explore the flavors and aromas of Sri Lanka while tasting premium Ceylon teas before heading home with a personal box of tea

$60 $30

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Kava and Herbal Beverages at Kavasutra - Denver (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Kavasutra - Denver

Denver

Guests sip cups of kava, a root extract from the South Pacific that has a soothing, sedative effect which is a natural anti-anxiety

$15 $7.50

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$38 for $75 Worth of Coffee — Whittier Cafe

Whittier Cafe

Denver

From the merchant: Private coffee ceremony for two featuring coffee roasting, brewing in a clay pot, and traditional Ethiopian bread.

$75 $38

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High Tea for Two, Four, or Six or Champagne high Tea for Two at Wystone's World Teas (45% Off)

Wystone's World Teas

South Alameda

During one-hour visits, guests sample teas or enjoy snacks and tea-infused champagne

$44 $24

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Tea and Cafe Fare at Cranford Cove Tea Tavern (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Cranford Cove Tea Tavern

Greeley

Guests sip toddies made with spirits and high-end teas, and dine on pastries, panini, and gluten-free cakes

$10 $5

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3-, 5-, or 10-Visit Punch Card Good for Coffee, Tea, or Smoothies at Bubbles Drive Thru Coffee (Up to 47% Off)

Bubbles Drive Thru Coffee

Colorado Springs

This drive-thru coffee shop serves up hot and cold drinks like hot buttered rum lattes, smoothies, and a signature white espresso

$14.25 $8

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Four Cups of Cappuccino at Colorado Coffee & Cream (44% Off)

Colorado Coffee & Cream

Old Farm

From the merchant: Out fabulous baristas will make your favorite latte’s, our try a flavor from the Colorado Coffee & Cream’s vast menu.

$16 $9

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At Morning Glory Farm Fresh Cafe, Chef Jules and her kitchen staff reach for local and organic ingredients as they assemble farm-to-table fare that changes with the seasons. When the windowed dining room is flooded with sunlight, the staff whips together gluten-free blueberry pancakes, cracks organic eggs for hearty omelets, and makes soysage from scratch. Later in the day, amid occasional live-music acts on the outdoor patio, they serve a mix of American favorites including meatloaf with mashed potatoes, as well as new takes on classic dishes such as the Sloppy Jules, a mix of tofu, tempeh, and cheese toast. Natural sweeteners pour into a rotating selection of desserts, and Solar Roast coffee fills cups, as do wine, beer, and bottomless mimosas at brunch.

1377 Forest Park Circle
Lafayette,
CO
US

Bistro 503 is the idea spot for when your dinner party can't even agree on which continent dinner should come from. Menus span the globe with prosciutto- and truffle oil-infused chicken marsala, pepper jack-stuffed squash risotto, and pad Thai. Vegetarian and gluten-free options abound?even the chicken marsala is free of gluten upon request. Breakfasts are just as unique, pairing eggs and bacon with caramelized plantains.

103 N Public Rd
Lafayette,
CO
US

Baristas at Cafe de Paris brew Novo coffee fresh for each cup and steep more than 50 different kinds of organic loose-leaf tea from International Tea Importers, filling the café with rich aromas transported inside a soft haze of steam idly spiraling through the air. Sipping microbrewed masala chai tea with pressed ginger between bites of sweet and savory crepes, panini sandwiches, and regular or gluten-free bagels, patrons may browse the Internet inside the café or listen to live jazz music and indie rock performances during weekly events. Outside on the terrace, lined with umbrella-topped tables, diners clink glasses of French wine or craft beers during nightly happy hours while strains of music linger in the background.

908 Main St, Unit 1B
Louisville,
CO
US

Michaela DeGraw hails from Louisville, Colorado. As fate would have it, her business partner, Lisa Shuman, hails from Louisville, too—the one famous for its bluegrass. Though they grew up far from each other, they share a unique vision at Bean and Berry. They've built their business around a community mindset, creating a space where visitors can gather with friends for a cup of locally roasted coffee in the morning, a glass of wine in the evening, or a goblet of table salt at all hours. In addition to day-to-day snacking and sipping, Michaela and Lisa also open the doors to Bean and Berry for special events, including live music performances; check out their Facebook page for event updates. The menu features fresh to order sandwiches and salads and also hosts savory and sweet crepes.

305 McCaslin Blvd
Louisville,
CO
US

In a wash of soft light from chandeliers, tidy cloth-clad café tables at Bistro 4 house diners nibbling on breakfasts of veggie omelets and bagels with lox, or lunches of strip steak and Reuben sandwiches. Like subtly pronouncing "cream cheese" as "crème cheese", the menu is a tasteful blend of French and American influences, including plates of seared tuna nicoise salad and wine-kissed coq au vin sharing menu space with chicken wings and beefy burgers. The newly opened bistro remains grounded in a traditional approach to its food, cultivating relationships with local producers such as Silver Canyon Coffee, Aspen Ridge Natural Beef, and Morning Fresh Dairy to source its ingredients.

1156 W Dillon Rd
Louisville,
CO
US

Martini's Bistro offers innovative recipes, an extensive drink menu, and a relaxing respite from steamy home kitchens inside a charming 1890s Victorian house. The menu divides dishes between light fare and hearty meals to effectively quell modest munchies and colossal cravings alike. The Here's Dino assembles beef-shoulder tenderloin medallions alongside baby greens, roasted tomatoes, gorgonzola, and a roasted tomato aioli ($13), and the Nutty Chick crusts a baked chicken breast with macadamia and adorns it with a raspberry coulis ($15). To inaugurate ambrosial meals, the Pompeii prepares scallops identically to the conditions in which streets were left by the eponymous volcano—swathed in bacon and drenched in sweet chili lava ($9). Inventive martinis pair perfectly with the phenomenal flavors, and olive aficionados can order a single spirit or a pitcher of creative concoctions such as the berri fizz (with Absolut berri acai, lemon lime soda, and cranberry), which caters to entire casts of James Bond stunt doubles ($27). An array of wine plus domestic, imported, and microbrewed beer pleases parched palates as well.

543 Terry St
Longmont,
CO
US