Food & Drink

High-end coffee & food, no 'tude

Published On 11/27/2012 Published On 11/27/2012
counter at Weathervane Cafe

Opened by vets of Stella's and Aviano, the cozy Weathervane pours premium caffeine without the snoot of other high-end coffee shops, and their promise to not walk around with a stirring stick up their ass comes through in the "relaxed and inviting" setting: mid-century couches and thrifted '60-'70s Americana on the walls. Mile High-based Corvus is the sole coffee provider, with their beans from Latin America/ Africa/ Asia flipped into Americanos/ cappuccinos/ lattes/ mochas/ Cortados, along with more sugary options like gingerbread lattes and horchata lattes, or "Horchatattes", if you're a d-bag. Hearty eats include breakfast burritos and Italian turkey sammies with pesto/ salami/ provolone, but they generally run healthier than a Boulder triathlete, with hummus plates, a sesame/ kale coconut salad, and Beet Box's vegan donuts, so go elsewhere if you're looking for a-hole.

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1. Weathervane Cafe 1725 E 17th Ave , Denver, CO 80218 (Uptown)

Weathervane Cafe is a cozy cafe with a 1950s vine stowed away in a turquoise house in Uptown Denver. The menu here has the look of a classic American diner and the fare of your favorite brunch spot. Between simple options like a french-pressed roast or latte with homemade syrup, the coffee choice is simple. Food, on the other hand, will have you arguing with yourself over whether you should opt for a coconut chia pudding or a peach melt sandwich.