(Dates updated for 2019) This post is going live on a warm September week in 2018, but I was in the mountains this weekend and it looks like fall up there. We’ll be pulling out the scarfs and boots before we know it. Here are four ways to embrace fall in Colorado. Doughnut & Coffee Tasting in Denver This sounds like the perfect activity for a fall visit to Denver,
Photo by H.M. Kerr-Schlaefer. This Saturday, December 12, 2009, Colorado Coffee Exchange will be holding an official Grand Opening. Owners Mike and Carole Thorsrud’s first store, Colorado Coffee Exchange, has been open for fifteen years at the Fort Collins mall. I am a big fan of this coffee shop, located in the 1st National Bank building on the corner of Eisenhower (Hwy 34) and Boyd Lake Road (CR9). Colorado Coffee
I’ve been remiss in my duty to review this place. My husband and I been going to this coffee shop since they first opened as a Loveland Coffee several years ago. We go there so often they recognize our vehicles when we pull up to the drive-thru. I use the coffee shop as a second office, and I use the drive-thru when I don’t have time to stop in for
Barnes & Noble now offers free wi-fi, and it’s about time. Many smaller coffee shops and bookstores beat B&N to the punch, but the world’s largest bookseller has finally come to their senses. Free wi-fi is now available at all their stores. I go to the B&N at The Promenade Shops in Loveland, and one issue I have with the place are the unhappy workers. It’s service with
Is Loveland’s locally owned bagel shop worth a stop? Find out: Grounds n’Rounds
I went to the drive-thru for coffee this morning. When I pulled up to the window the cheery barista worker informed me that the woman who had just gone through before had paid for my Irish Cream Americano. Surprised, I drove to work, drinking my free coffee and trying to remember the last time something like this happened to me (never) and how I could pay this kind deed forward.