“Third Space” is a term used in sociology, originally coined by Ray Oldenburg, that identifies a place of community. If your first space is your home, and your second space is your work, then your third space are those places where you find community with others. A place that shapes and inspires you. Third space coffee is
“OMG! This place is HEAVEN!”
Located off of busy Union Blvd & on the edge of a peaceful neighborhood, Kawa Coffee is a place devoted to love, coffee, and people.
Kawa, pronounced kah-vuh, means coffee in Polish. Kawa Coffee was founded in February of 2012 with an inspired desire to serve God and love people through a local hangout that offers more than just great coffee.
“Best coffee place in Colorado Springs!! If you haven’t been here yet please do yourself a favor and try this place.”
#8 - Fifty Fifty Coffee House
If you are looking for a local coffee shop in Colorado Springs then the Fifty Fifty coffee shop is a top of that list. They are locally owned and managed and offer everything and more from a hip coffee shop. They offer all of the classics from a coffee shop all types of coffee drinks and special drinks. They also have a breakfast and lunch menu to quench your savory taste buds.
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Taking a break at a local spot is great espically when they have great food. All of their food is made in the cafe where you can order gronola or delicious toast for breakfast. For lunch go a little more fancy with tacos or the budda bowl. The cater to a lot of allergies as well offering Glutenfree and Vegan options.
This is what makes this place really unique is they use Colorado Springs coffee beans for all of their coffee, but the coffee roasters are located next door. You will not only be able to see how 50/50 makes your cup of coffee but you will be able to see how the coffee beans are roasted. If you are a coffee lover and enjoy the coffee scent than taking a break with a cup of Switchback coffee at fifty-fifty is the place for you.
They have created an environment that Starbucks will never be able to create. They have plenty of seats inside where you will be able have a quiet conversation with someone or have a quiet working area to study. They also have a very large patio to enjoy your coffee in the sun and watch your coffee being made.
The coolest thing fifty fifty does is they work in the community with so many several different local businesses to create an enviorment that you cant get anywhere else. They offer events at their location for local artist, they promote local yoga and fitness studios, and so much more. They are involved and engaged in the Colorado Springs community. Great job guys!
WHERE ARE THEY LOCATED
They are located just off Boulder St. If you are heading towards downtown from East Colorado Springs head West on Boulder St. and take a left on to S Institute St. and it will be on the corner of Boulder and S institute.
“Since we have found Fifty Fifty, we have not bought coffee or beans anywhere else. The roaster actually blended a bag of our favorite espresso for us when they we’re out. That is my definition of amazing customer service!”
# 7 - Loyal Coffee
Loyal Coffee is a barista owned and operated coffee company roasting and brewing coffee.
At Loyal, they believe their purpose is to use coffee as a catalyst to positively impact every community they interact with. For them, this starts in our cafe which is located in downtown Colorado Springs. At the cafe we serve really good coffee and toast, in a beautiful space, that was designed to celebrate our community. Whether you come by to dive deep in the details of specialty coffee or to simply enjoy a cup with your friends, they are honored to host and celebrate you.
Before you enjoy a cup of Loyal Coffee at the cafe, it’s roasted at a location called “The Clubhouse”. The Loyal Coffee Clubhouse is located inside the Ivywild School on the south side of downtown Colorado Springs.
“These guys do it right every time! Loves it!!!”
#6 - Kangaroo Coffee
Their blend of medium and dark roast organic coffee yields a smooth yet strong, rich flavor that tastefully distinguishes itself. The beans are thoughtfully sourced from Central America coffee growing co-ops primarily based in Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico. If your preference is Kanga Brew drip coffee or one of our Kangaroo Specialty Drinks, we’re confident you’ll appreciate the way the beans are artfully roasted to bring out the best in each and every coffee drink we serve.
“Awesome coffee, great flavor and service, and made just right every time.”
Check out their website here Kangaroo Coffee
#5 - Humble Coffee
Extraordinary coffee. Friendly service. A thoughtfully designed, relaxed space. That’s what you’ll find at Humble Coffee Company, a craft coffee shop specializing in single-origin espresso and brews
“As a Seattle native, it is hard to get coffee in Colorado that compares to the local shops from Washington. I can confidently say that Humble Coffee has BETTER coffee. It is never bitter, and they offer unique flavor combinations.”
#4 - Urban Steam
at Urban Steam we take great pride in sourcing, roasting and brewing the finest coffees from small farms around the world.
They spend countless hours researching and working with importers and farmers that support “relationship coffees”; companies that support direct trade and sustainable practices in their dealings in the coffee community.
“Great roasted coffee and atmosphere.”
#3 - Pikes Perk
The new Pikes Perk Coffee & Tea House is a meeting place for friends & family to come together, relax, and enjoy a cup of what have you.
“Pikes Perk on Academy is a friendly, locally owned shop that’s been around forever. Now the newest owner, Mark, and his lovely wife Ellary, are making some quality upgrades. Ellary also makes some delicious treats sold in the shop. It’s always nice to shop and buy local.”
#2 - Starbucks
It’s not unusual to see people coming to Starbucks to chat, meet up or even work. We’re a neighborhood gathering place, a part of the daily routine – and we couldn’t be happier about it. Get to know us and you’ll see: we are so much more than what we brew.
We make sure everything we do is through the lens of humanity – from our commitment to the highest quality coffee in the world, to the way we engage with our customers and communities to do business responsibly.
“I love their White Chocolate Mocha”
Address: Multiple locations
#1 - Dutch Bros. Coffee
Dutch Bros Coffee was founded in 1992 by Dane and Travis Boersma: brothers of Dutch descent. After three generations in the dairy business, government regulations pressed the family to sell the cows. What felt devastating turned out to be a blessing in disguise.
The bros bought a double-head espresso machine, threw open the barn doors and started experimenting with just 100 pounds of beans and a rockin’ stereo. They set up a pushcart on the railroad tracks and started passing out samples to anyone who would brave the new brew, and, within a month, they knew they had something special.
“One of the most rewarding things in this change of occupation was going from smelling cow manure to smelling coffee,” said Dane. “You’d open the bag, and it was like heaven.”
Today, Dutch Bros Coffee is the country’s largest, privately held drive-thru coffee company, with over 290 locations in seven states and over 7,500 employees. But growth hasn’t taken the company away from its roots. Dutch Bros still gives away drinks — now over one million each year — to further the bros.’ mission of “spreading the Dutch Luv.”
The company donates over $2 million a year to its local communities and nonprofit organizations, including the Muscular Dystrophy Association, in honor of Dane, who passed away in 2009 after a four-year battle with Lou Gehrig’s disease.
With its loyal customer base dubbed the Dutch Mafia, Dutch Bros Coffee continues to grow, and, wherever it does, the love, donations and smiles grow also.
“GREAT group of employees! We love going here and seeing those who have become friends to us!”
Address: Multiple locations
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