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.
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.
The Unseen Bean offeres a variety of good flavors if you're looking to try something new in your coffee. From lavendar to almond, they offer a selction that will keep your tongue occupied while you walk down Pearl Street. Demographic: Boulderites Instagramability:Weak. Coffee Strength: Strong. Seating: Limited. Bathroom Availability: Comfort: Crowded. Neighborhood: Safe. Wifi: Strong. … Continue reading The Unseen Bean (CO)
Wonder, the place to get juice and hang out for hours. They are a tad pricey, but the quality makes it completely worth it. The smoothies are filling, the coffee is satisfying and the juice will make you feel like you fit in with the rest of the healthnuts that crowd the shop. Demographic: … Continue reading Wonder Press (CO)
A bakery on Pearl Street that gets crowded in the morning. This is a place to get breakfast before you explore Boulder, or need a place to see before Pearl Street. It's also a great place to sit and read the paper. They have an outdoor area that's littered with tables for those looking to … Continue reading Spruce and Confections (CO)
Alpine Modern is a Boulderite hub. For those wondering what that means, think avocado toast and drip coffee with a free refill if you stay in the establishment with a real mug. I've noticed that these "granola" traits are becoming more popular among coffee shops that serve a younger demographic. Eco/health chic is the description … Continue reading Alpine Modern (CO)