Curious Coffee Co

★★★★☆
  • 225 E 16th Ave 190

    Denver, CO 80203

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  • 303-832-9353

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I do not normally post reviews on these types of sites, but I had to for this one - I have NEVER been treated so rudely at an establishment before!

I discovered this place a couple of months ago, as it's right near my work, and have been

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I do not normally post reviews on these types of sites, but I had to for this one - I have NEVER been treated so rudely at an establishment before!

I discovered this place a couple of months ago, as it's right near my work, and have been

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From the moment I walked in I felt a warm friendly feeling. I am from Los Angeles, So I am not a-customed to such attention! The person at the register was very nice and greeted me with a smile. she was sweet, kind, and inviting. I can only assume that she was the owner. Her advice on what she thought was the best coffee for me was right on! Service was great, and the coffee was amazing I will definitley be back!!

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★★★★★

From the moment I walked in I felt a warm friendly feeling. I am from Los Angeles, So I am not a-customed to such attention! The person at the register was very nice and greeted me with a smile. she was sweet, kind, and inviting. I can only assume that she was the owner. Her advice on what she thought was the best coffee for me was right on! Service was great, and the coffee was amazing I will definitley be back!!

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I have no problem with Starbucks, but why anyone within a 10-block radius of this place would go anywhere else is beyond me. Fantastic people, great coffee and coffee drinks and fantastic lunch menu too. This place is focused on customer service like they mean it -- and they do.

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I have no problem with Starbucks, but why anyone within a 10-block radius of this place would go anywhere else is beyond me. Fantastic people, great coffee and coffee drinks and fantastic lunch menu too. This place is focused on customer service like they mean it -- and they do.

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Oh my goodness, is this place great! Whether you stop in for a quick lunch or for a coffee break, you won't be disappointed.

The coffee is great. I ordered a mocha to attempt to get rid of my middle of the day headache. It wasn't too sweet, which I like. Other places (i.e. that nameless Seattle-based chain that starts with an S) sweeten the coffee WAY too much. The prices are reasonable, what you would expect at an independent coffee house. The sizes are small, medium, and large. Simple.

This place also had the most creative coffee sleeves that I've seen in a long time. It's a small informational speel about the Anti-Defamation League, that values diversity and encourages folks to steer away from derogatory names. I love it.

I ordered the turkey muffaletta, which an employee told me is in high demand. I can see why. Yum, delicious, tasty, extravagent, cheap, decadent, etc. You get the idea. The sandwich starts off with this amazing rosemary bread (kind of like the bread at Macaroni Grill). There's also the basics... lettuce, turkey, tomato cheese. Ok. Then there's this amazing, chipolte mayo on one side, and DELICIOUS tapenade (a Greek olive paste if you've never had it) on the other. It's a beautiful mix in your mouth as it travels down to your stomach.

There isn't a lot of choices for made to order sandwiches, but it's a coffee house. What do yo expect? There are some already made sandwiches in the refrigerators, along with a big selection of juices and waters.

Curious also has smoothies, which I didn't have a chance to try yet, but the flavors sound tasty. Check out the website for more information.

The only complaint I have is that the inside is quite small, which makes it kind of hot; however, there's plenty of outside seating on the patio if you need some air. The service was friendly and quick. I will definately return.

Curious Coffee Company, I think I have a dietary criush on you.

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★★★★★

Oh my goodness, is this place great! Whether you stop in for a quick lunch or for a coffee break, you won't be disappointed.

The coffee is great. I ordered a mocha to attempt to get rid of my middle of the day headache. It wasn't too sweet, which I like. Other places (i.e. that nameless Seattle-based chain that starts with an S) sweeten the coffee WAY too much. The prices are reasonable, what you would expect at an independent coffee house. The sizes are small, medium, and large. Simple.

This place also had the most creative coffee sleeves that I've seen in a long time. It's a small informational speel about the Anti-Defamation League, that values diversity and encourages folks to steer away from derogatory names. I love it.

I ordered the turkey muffaletta, which an employee told me is in high demand. I can see why. Yum, delicious, tasty, extravagent, cheap, decadent, etc. You get the idea. The sandwich starts off with this amazing rosemary bread (kind of like the bread at Macaroni Grill). There's also the basics... lettuce, turkey, tomato cheese. Ok. Then there's this amazing, chipolte mayo on one side, and DELICIOUS tapenade (a Greek olive paste if you've never had it) on the other. It's a beautiful mix in your mouth as it travels down to your stomach.

There isn't a lot of choices for made to order sandwiches, but it's a coffee house. What do yo expect? There are some already made sandwiches in the refrigerators, along with a big selection of juices and waters.

Curious also has smoothies, which I didn't have a chance to try yet, but the flavors sound tasty. Check out the website for more information.

The only complaint I have is that the inside is quite small, which makes it kind of hot; however, there's plenty of outside seating on the patio if you need some air. The service was friendly and quick. I will definately return.

Curious Coffee Company, I think I have a dietary criush on you.

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Oh my goodness, is this place great! Whether you stop in for a quick lunch or for a coffee break, you won't be disappointed.

The coffee is great. I ordered a mocha to attempt to get rid of my middle of the day headache. It wasn't too sweet, which I like. Other places (i.e. that nameless Seattle-based chain that starts with an S) sweeten the coffee WAY too much. The prices are reasonable, what you would expect at an independent coffee house. The sizes are small, medium, and large. Simple.

This place also had the most creative coffee sleeves that I've seen in a long time. It's a small informational speel about the Anti-Defamation League, that values diversity and encourages folks to steer away from derogatory names. I love it.

I ordered the turkey muffaletta, which an employee told me is in high demand. I can see why. Yum, delicious, tasty, extravagent, cheap, decadent, etc. You get the idea. The sandwich starts off with this amazing rosemary bread (kind of like the bread at Macaroni Grill). There's also the basics... lettuce, turkey, tomato cheese. Ok. Then there's this amazing, chipolte mayo on one side, and DELICIOUS tapenade (a Greek olive paste if you've never had it) on the other. It's a beautiful mix in your mouth as it travels down to your stomach.

There isn't a lot of choices for made to order sandwiches, but it's a coffee house. What do yo expect? There are some already made sandwiches in the refrigerators, along with a big selection of juices and waters.

Curious also has smoothies, which I didn't have a chance to try yet, but the flavors sound tasty. Check out the website for more information.

The only complaint I have is that the inside is quite small, which makes it kind of hot; however, there's plenty of outside seating on the patio if you need some air. The service was friendly and quick. I will definately return.

Curious Coffee Company, I think I have a dietary criush on you.

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★★★★★

Oh my goodness, is this place great! Whether you stop in for a quick lunch or for a coffee break, you won't be disappointed.

The coffee is great. I ordered a mocha to attempt to get rid of my middle of the day headache. It wasn't too sweet, which I like. Other places (i.e. that nameless Seattle-based chain that starts with an S) sweeten the coffee WAY too much. The prices are reasonable, what you would expect at an independent coffee house. The sizes are small, medium, and large. Simple.

This place also had the most creative coffee sleeves that I've seen in a long time. It's a small informational speel about the Anti-Defamation League, that values diversity and encourages folks to steer away from derogatory names. I love it.

I ordered the turkey muffaletta, which an employee told me is in high demand. I can see why. Yum, delicious, tasty, extravagent, cheap, decadent, etc. You get the idea. The sandwich starts off with this amazing rosemary bread (kind of like the bread at Macaroni Grill). There's also the basics... lettuce, turkey, tomato cheese. Ok. Then there's this amazing, chipolte mayo on one side, and DELICIOUS tapenade (a Greek olive paste if you've never had it) on the other. It's a beautiful mix in your mouth as it travels down to your stomach.

There isn't a lot of choices for made to order sandwiches, but it's a coffee house. What do yo expect? There are some already made sandwiches in the refrigerators, along with a big selection of juices and waters.

Curious also has smoothies, which I didn't have a chance to try yet, but the flavors sound tasty. Check out the website for more information.

The only complaint I have is that the inside is quite small, which makes it kind of hot; however, there's plenty of outside seating on the patio if you need some air. The service was friendly and quick. I will definately return.

Curious Coffee Company, I think I have a dietary criush on you.

Pros: Tasty food, good coffee; friendly

Cons: Small inside

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Working downtown? Skip Starbucks and walk up the hill to Curious Coffee. You'll be glad you did. A little-known coffee shop and a wonderful find on the corner of 16th and Grant. Go between the Denver Post building and the YMCA, cross Sherman Street, and you'll find this delightful coffee bar "up on the porch" on your left. There's inside and outside seating if you have time to linger. The folks are nice and friendly.

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★★★★★

Working downtown? Skip Starbucks and walk up the hill to Curious Coffee. You'll be glad you did. A little-known coffee shop and a wonderful find on the corner of 16th and Grant. Go between the Denver Post building and the YMCA, cross Sherman Street, and you'll find this delightful coffee bar "up on the porch" on your left. There's inside and outside seating if you have time to linger. The folks are nice and friendly.

Pros: Quality, Cleanliness, Service

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This isn't your typical Starbucks super fancy coffee shop, which is good. This nice little corner coffee shop caters to those Uptown area business folk. The coffee is good and the service is friendly.

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★★★★★

This isn't your typical Starbucks super fancy coffee shop, which is good. This nice little corner coffee shop caters to those Uptown area business folk. The coffee is good and the service is friendly.

 

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