The Weathervane CafeCurrently Closed
- Address: 1725 E 17th Ave, Denver, CO 80218, USA , United States
- Timings: 08:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3033555863
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Cafe
Are you looking for a break during your busy hectic life? If yes, then take a coffee break at The Weathervane Cafe. The cafe is situated in a old historic carriage house which creates an antique environment in the cafe. You will be treated here with unique options of breakfast and lunch as well as craft coffee. Wide range of fresh pastries is available daily in this cafe. Super electric and unique interior of the cafe will make you stunned. The cozy environment of The Weathervane Cafe will let you enjoy your food in a cozy environment along with enjoying gossip with your friends.
- Bus – 20 to stop : 17th Ave & Williams St.
Really cute little spot and has great baked goods. Can get pretty tight on weekends when it's a little busier and may be tough to find a spot to sit. There is an upstairs with more seating where a lot of people study. Has little mugs and things to buy while you wait. Very cute little shop.
Fantastic find! Serves breakfast and brunch food with plenty of gluten free and vegetarian options. Cozy first floor and spacious 2nd floor with sofa seating, complete with balcony seating. Had the Mango Melt, Tuscan White Bean Stew, and sourdough pretzels. Mango Melt was fantastic! The green chile and slice of brie were really satisfying. Plenty of tea selections, and their coffee drinks are made with homemade syrups and have numerous inclusive milk options, even oat milk.
Adorable little place with a parking nearby. Not a big attraction, but a great place to go if you just happen to pass by.
I scoped this place out online before my trip to Denver due to it's proximity to my friend's apartment and my need for coffee. I was not disappointed. The barista was friendly and the customers/regulars were even helpful. Their breakfast sandwich on an English muffin was hands down the best breakfast sandwich I have ever had. Highly recommend!
I have returned to this cafe many times over the years and it has yet to let me down. It feels like a house and has a pretty isolated upstairs area to plug in and chug along on work. Staff is most often friendly and don't seem to mind people staying a couple of hours. *On the menu:* Savory baked goods, fresh made sandwiches (pretzel or cucumber slices for sides. Breakfast/lunch) and the best textured chia coconut milk pudding in the neighborhood. There is coffee too, of course. *Atmosphere:* a country feel with trinkets and plants all over the place to look at. A mismatched assortment of furniture that gives you lots of seating options. Patio seating upstairs and downstairs. Gets pretty busy downstairs. More quiet but lots of campers upstairs which makes it hard to get seating if you go during peak times...but awesome if you're a lucky coffee shop camper! There is a bathroom up there too ;)