Where to Drink this Week: Crema Coffee House

February 25th, 2014 Posted by Denver, Uncategorized No Comment yet

The Cream of the Crop!

Crema Coffee House

In the increasingly popular, developing RiNo (River North) neighborhood, just past the Ballpark neighborhood, sits Crema Coffee House. Considering the coffee shop is named after the thick layer of foam that produces on an espresso, you can imagine how quality the coffee is. Serving and carrying brands such as Stumptown Coffee, Handsome Coffee Roasters, Novo Coffee, and a few more, one can understand that the coffee beans are of the highest quality.  The cappuccinos and espressos are craft and the atmosphere is that of a rustic, pieced together art space.

With a newly expanded area for seating and a brand new kitchen, the coffee house is now available for long days of drinking coffee and reading while enjoying the new additions of breakfast and lunch. As the warm weather increases and the garden area behind the shop flourishes as will the food options. Depending on garden ingredient availability, specials differ everyday with a quiche selection, breakfast burrito, granola, and a few other delectable items that need be discovered.

Although typical with most coffee houses, to go options are available, even with French Press, sizes 12-16 ounce.  However, if you aren’t a coffee lover, homemade juice is available with a blend of carrot, beet, ginger, and apple.

 

Crema Coffee House is located at 2862 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205

(720) 284-9648

Open Everyday 7AM-5PM

 

Now for the foodie trivia question to see how educated of a foodie you really are!

 

Where does espresso originate?

 

The answer to last Saturday’s blog question: Is halibut a flatfish or roundfish? Answer: Flatfish!

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