What I'm drinking in... DENVER!

Put the Mile High City on the top of your list.  Unparalleled natural amenities and laidback life-style will have you looking through Zillow for openings. The coffee scene is on fire in this hip city.

 

Or meet me in Boulder...

  • Laughing Goat Coffeehouse 

 
 

 
LA may be filled with New Yorkers seeking better weather and quality of life, but for real progress in the area of work/life balance, you’ll want to book a trip to Denver. After all, how can anyone justify hanging around the office past five when there are three hundred days of sunshine and some of the country’s best skiing less than two hours away?
— Goop, "The Denver Guide"
 

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BlackEye Coffee

Looking for a blast to the past? Get yourself over to @blackeyecoffee !!

Located in the Mile High City, this coffee shop was designed by Denver native & owner Gregory Ferrari as a throwback to the LoHi from his first job at age 15. A giant mural of a mustachioed guy boxing a kangaroo speaks to the days when the “Lower Highlands” were filled with abolitionist speakeasies and underground boxing.

Exposed brick & wooden pallet tables are a nod to the old-school Denver roots as Blackeye Coffee remixes the old & new in this must-go coffeeshop

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3408 Navajo St

Denver, CO 80211

 
The Lower Highlands — LoHi for short— peddles rooftop bars, festivals like the LoHi Music Festival, street fairs, and the third highest number of coffee shops per capita in our round up.
— Forbes, "America's Best Hipster Neighborhoods"