As if you need another excuse to get your coffee fix, here’s our list of excellent Aurora places to grab a drink in honor of National Coffee Day on Friday, September 29th.
24100 E. Commons Ave. #103
Since 2014, Legends Coffee has been serving expertly crafted expressos and sweet lattes. Known for their specialty coffee and approachable in-house atmosphere, they’re passionate about having an impact in the Aurora community, often appearing at local Farmer’s Markets.
1452 Kenton St.
With a newly renovated storefront and creative space, Jubilee Roasting Co. is the place for freshly roasted coffee. They also distribute their in-house roasted beans and coffees, making it easy to have the perfect cup of coffee anytime, anywhere!
15290 E Iliff Ave.
The perfect place to grab a coffee and a bite to eat. The French Press has handcrafted salads, along with other brunch items that make it a great weekend spot. Not to mention, they’re all the buzz when it comes to the best breakfast burrito.
17070 E Quincy Ave.
A wonderful artisan coffee roaster that has a mission for sustainability. Shiva Coffee roasts, brews, and pours, each cup of coffee and their passion for fair trade shines true. From pour over coffees to cappuccinos, you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for.
2222 S Havana St. Suite D
Coffee and karaoke really do go hand in hand at the Muse Noraebang & Café. Their full-service café serves gourmet coffee, smoothies, and lunch items while their Noraebang (Korean term for Singing Room) are ready for rental for those ready to get their karaoke on.
2501 Dallas St. Unit #112
The combined aroma of Logan House coffee and fresh baked goods often fills the converted hanger at the Stanley Marketplace. They’re roasted beans are stored and delivered in upcycled wine bottles, making it a nice addition to any at home coffee brewer.
9898 E. Colfax Ave.
It doesn’t get much cozier than coffee and a good book. Coffee Canaan is located inside the Martin Luther King (MLK) Library and brews up gourmet beverages along with freshly baked goodies. It’s often a hub for book clubs and bookworms alike.