From Our Editors
Five Things to Know About Revolution Cafe
Revolution Cafe is striving to reinvent the modern meeting place by hosting live music every night and serving caffeine and alcohol in a European-inspired atmosphere. Here are a few important points to keep in mind if you visit.
- Taps flow with Speakeasy, Lagunitas, and New Belgium beers. But that’s not all that bartenders pour. A collection of international wines joins a menu of specialty coffee drinks, juices, and light café fare.
- Monday nights present classical music without the stuffy concert hall. Classical Revolution, a loose collection of classically trained musicians, plays Brahms, Corelli, and Dvorák while audiences drink and contribute to the tip jar.
- The music selection goes beyond classical, too. Every night of the week offers something different, from jazz to reggae.
- The café has an authentic bohemian feel to it. The interior houses an upright piano and a collection of community flyers and eclectic artwork. Outside, the crowd spills onto the sidewalk in a constant chattering hum.
- Revolution is cash only.