It tightly weaves the worlds of high-end coffee and mountaineering together, and it works.
The Laughing Goat just feels like a Boulder staple. Students talk about meeting there, other Boulderites will know what you're talking about.
The coffee shop is a chain, and this location doubles as a bar. It serves as a place for people to bring laptops and sip on their morning goodness after a hangover.
Meet your new Sunday hangout. I suggest you try an almond milk latte, take a seat and start making friends with the eclectic crowd of market-goers.
They have a great atmosphere if you're looking to eat and hang out with some friends. The baristas are kind and the food invites your tastebuds to envelope it.
It is an old house with rooms that have been turned into different work areas. Most of them are packed and the place is fairly quiet for how busy it is. If you want to feel like Alice in Wonderland, visit this adorable shop and roam the cozy rooms and browse around the paintings.
The atmosphere is fresh and inviting, but quiet enough to be productive. The coffee was strong and the snacks looked absolutely delicious.