Denver is full of trendy coffee shops but not all of them have the best environment to get work done. These 5 coffee shops in Denver are the best to work on group projects with community spaces, work individually in quiet nooks and, of course, sip on delectably hand-crafted coffee drinks.
1. Sonder Coffee
Sonder Coffee is located in the Dayton Triangle neighborhood. This coffee shop offers the best seasonal coffee drinks with unique flavors and beautiful presentations at reasonable prices. Sonder is a quaint shop with one large community table and several individual tables for studying or catching up with friends. This coffee shop is one of the best in Denver to get work done with its stark white walls and crisp counters to keep you bright eyed and bushy tailed. Sonder seriously fills its customers with caffeine to crank through all those important projects without any interruptions. Check out the seasonal coffee cocktails that Sonder features every few months. The specialty drinks are creative and unique to Sonder. Try the tarte cherry and almond cold brew or the key lime and zest-sugar latte for a coffee drink out of your comfort zone.
2. Corvus Coffee Roasters
Corvus Coffee Roasters is located in the University neighborhood and home to the best espresso bar in Denver. The espresso at Corvus provides more than enough energy to help crank out every project and essay in the lineup. Corvus also has a large area behind the counter with huge community tables that are usually packed with students quietly working and sipping. The dark and moody aesthetic showcases the coffee shop’s cold brews. Corvus works hard to ensure its coffee is the best it can be for the customers relying on a cup for a quick pick me up.
3. Pablo’s Coffee on 6th
Pablo’s Coffee on 6thhas an indie vibe with delicious iced coffees and flavorful lattes. This coffee shop has a laidback feeling with comfortable couches, eclectic chairs and gently used coffee tables. Pablo’s is larger than the average coffee shop in Denver with little openings for quiet spaces to get away from the loud espresso machine or large tables to collaborate with other hard working Denverites. The best part about Pablo’s on 6this the 90s coffee shop sentiment. It has a Central Perk aura that feels trendy and welcoming without Rachel Green and Ross Geller fighting about what constitutes a break.
4. Huckleberry Roasters
Huckleberry Roasters is located in the Sunnyside neighborhood. This coffee shop has a cozy community atmosphere with friendly faces and serious coffee drinkers. This coffee spot has an open floor plan, offering an inviting workspace to really stretch out while getting work done. Huckleberry offers fun and funky flavors to its coffee menu like an iced orange and lemon matcha tea along with a mellow ambiance to get some serious work done.
5. Jubilee Roasting Co.
Jubilee Roasting Co. is located in the Stapleton neighborhood with artistic coffee drinks and a local workspace for creative channels. Even if it’s not writing a novel or working on a PowerPoint presentation, Jubilee has a space dedicated to artists that need to get work done. The workspace is available for ceramics, painting, drawing and general space to work on charity projects.