Cafes in Highlands Ranch

$12 for Three Groupons for $7 Worth of Coffee at La Belle Rosette Morning Coffee Counter ($21 Value)

La Belle Rosette Morning Coffee Counter

Denver

Small, quaint coffee shop keeps the community full and caffeinated with espressos, Italian sodas, breakfast burritos, and biscotti

$7 $4

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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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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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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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Borrowing its name from the eponymous double-peaked mountain, Maroon Bells of Colorado whips up its own fresh, premium ice cream, sundaes, shakes, ice cream cakes and more. Dairy diners can lick a chilly swirl of ice cream (from $1.95) in flavors such as Bell's banana pudding, blueberry cheesecake, and rocky road, before selecting a free topping to layer the creamy hill with goodies such as gummy bears and M&Ms (additional toppings $0.50/each). Savor every sugary morsel of a butterscotch toffee sundae ($4.45+), or cool esophageal flare-ups with an espresso-flavored shake ($4.35 for a small) or a Georgia peach smoothie ($4.35 for a small). Grouponers can also think of new ice cream flavors in the store's Create Our Next Flavor contest; the originators of winning flavors will get a $25 gift card, the chance to taste their creation in stores starting in July, and the tingly feeling of total dairy supremacy.

8600 Park Meadows Dr
Lone Tree,
CO
US

The walls at Yogurt Yuphoria are as colorful as their selection of fruity frozen yogurts—green like the kiwi and red like the strawberry. You can browse through a row of 7 self-serve machines, which swirl with a rotating menu of flavors. There are even nutritional varieties including ones that are gluten-free, non-fat, have no sugar added, or served inside a food pyramid. Top off your treat with a scoop of candies and cookies or fresh-cut fruit.

8931 E Union Ave
Greenwood Village,
CO
US

A lifetime proponent of good health and nutrition practices, Julie Pech heard a knock of opportunity the moment she heard of the health benefits of dark chocolate. She decided to approach her long-ignored dream of becoming a published author head on, and she quickly penned The Chocolate Therapist: A User?s Guide to the Extraordinary Health Benefits of Chocolate. Motivated to further share the healthy way to enjoy great chocolate, Pech then opened a storefront in 2008 where expert chocolatiers craft a host of healthy sweets each day from all-natural ingredients. Julie has also expanded into gourmet beverages and now the staff also mix up hot lattes and cappuccinos from fresh-roasted coffee and farm-fresh, hormone-free milk, and pour cups of rich sipping chocolate that offer a liquid alternative to inhaling chocolate from your at-home vaporizer.

2560 W Main St
Littleton,
CO
US

Each morning, My Favorite Muffin's bakery wizards twirl spatulas through gentle clouds of flour to craft more than 20 varieties of massive muffins. Forged from wholesome soybean oil and egg whites, these cake-like delicacies tumble sweetly across tongues like candy-coated Olympic gymnasts, and the menu showcases a delectable parade of cherry cheesecake, lemon poppy-seed, and cinnamon-crumb sweet-teeth bait served in a welcoming atmosphere. The delectable banana-nut megastar delights diners without resorting to slapstick peel-slides, and, like all of the eatery's confections, it substitutes the pride and care of tender doughsmiths for added preservatives.

2201 W Wildcat Reserve Pkwy
Highlands Ranch,
CO
US

For many, maintaining a healthy fitness regimen is an off-putting chore on par with cleaning the garage or assembling that backyard roller coaster for the kids. The folks behind Snap Fitness, who now boast locations all over the world, are of the opinion that this doesn't have to be the case. They believe 24-hour access to premium cardio and strength-training equipment, innovative easyFIT monitors to track personal progress, and perpetual guidance from certified professionals can help transform physical fitness into an accessible activity that yields measurable and tangible results. In addition to providing online workout rubrics and meal plans, they work to keep sweat glands up and running by offering work out rewards programs, making regular check-in calls, and measuring bodies—sans padded muscle suits—every 30 days.

8351 N Rampart Range Rd
Littleton,
CO
US

Parry's ardently flaunts its affinity with New York–style pizzerias, from the Syracuse University memorabilia festooning the walls to its rich, thin-crust pies. Catch the nail-biting season finale of Antique Roadshow on a 42" plasma while enjoying 10 golden buffalo wings ($7.49) or an order of crispy fried mozzarella sticks ($5.99). Individual eaters can sate their singularly hungry belly with a calzone loaded with a trio of cheeses ($6.99) or meats ($8.99), or tackle a sandwich such as the meatball parmesan, carefully propped between a toasted roll ($5.99). Families, competitive eaters, and disgruntled discus throwers may be drawn to the 18" specialty pies, including Parry's combo of pepperoni, sausage, bacon, mushrooms, green peppers, black olives, and red onions ($18.99), or the supremely Big Apple–inspired Lil Avery's pie with a delicate blend of herbs, spices, and parmesan cheese ($15.99). Doughy dishes can also be constructed to individual clients' demands ($11.99+) with toppings such as anchovies, fresh basil, pickles, spicy italian sausage, and more ($0.25–$1 each). A suite of sumptuous wines and frosty suds accompany the zesty eats.

12624 Washington Lane
Englewood,
CO
US