Among the wealth of coffee shops in Denver, you’ll hardly find a bunch that allow dogs. You probably thought you’d never be able to bring your furry friend with you to grab a cup of joe. But, lucky for you, there are a limited number of cafes in Denver that allow pets inside with you. In this article, I have reviewed some of the best dog friendly coffee shops in Denver.
Without further talk, here’s a list of the best dog friendly coffee shops in Denver.
Best Dog Friendly Coffee Shops in Denver
- Roostercat Coffee House
- Highland Cork and Café
- Stella’s coffee
- Buzz Café
- Whittier Café
- Carbon café & Bar
- Blue Sparrow Coffee
- wash perk
- The Radiator
- Pablo’s Coffee
Aside from allowing you to bring your dog to the cafe, each of these coffee shops have unique services that make them exceptional. I took my time to highlight some of the things that make each shop on this list worth visiting and you are sure going to like them. I have also specified their opening and closing hours and contact details if you want to visit them.
Roostercat Coffee House
The Roostercat Coffee House is a woman-owned cafe that is open all day. You can enjoy your coffee with breakfast, over a lunch date, and a rewinding moment after a long day. Guests are entertained by live performances and there’s a fireplace in the outdoor setting of the restaurant.
Roostercat is located at 1045 Lincoln St, Denver, CO 80203 and is open from 7am to 6pm Mondays to Thursdays. On Fridays and Saturdays, the cafe opens by 7am and closes by 8pm while on Sunday, it opens by 7am and closes by 4pm.
For orders and inquiries, please call +1 720-388-0356 or visit https://www.roostercatdenver.com/menu.
Highland Cork and Café
Why I love Highland Cork and Café is that they offer a vegan menu as they serve their fine tasting coffee. If you are a vegan, looking to enjoy a coffee at a cafe that prioritizes your needs Highland is the place to go. The cafe is located at 3701 W 32, Ave, Denver, CO 80211. Highland is open from 8am to 2pm on Mondays through Thursdays. On Fridays and Saturdays, the cafe closes by 6pm and 3pm on Sundays.
Aside from your dog, Highland also accommodates children. For inquiries about this coffee shop, please call +1 303-477-3382 or follow them on Facebook at Highland Cork and Cafe.
If you love solo dinings and going out to eat alone, then Stella’s Coffee will be a great place to visit. Since it is a lovely dog friendly coffee shop, your solo dining may include your dog. Whichever way, Stella’s Coffee is among one of the best dog friendly coffee shops in Denver. Another thing that makes Stella’s Coffee a standout is its wheelchair access. Everyone is welcome to dine in this coffee shop even if they’re disabled.
The cafe is located at 1476 S Pearl St, Denver, CO 80210. Stella’s is open every day of the week from 7am to 10pm. Call +1 303-773-5684 or visit www.stellascoffee.com to learn more.
Buzz is on this list for being a dog friendly coffee shop in Denver and offering one of the nicest desserts. There is nothing better than having treats to go with good coffee and Buzz makes sure its guests experience this exhilarating feeling. The cafe is open every day from 6am to 10pm and it is located at 1229 E 6th Ave, Denver, CO 80218.
You can kickstart your day with good coffee and a nice meal at Buzz. To learn more, call +1-303-831-1077 or visit https://buzzcafedenver.com/.
Coffee drinkers are usually ardent readers (Just my thoughts though). If you are in the category of coffee drinkers who are readers, the Whittier Café is a cool place to visit. This is because the cafe offers a lending library system. You can borrow books to read while you enjoy your coffee. They also have multiple payment methods which is worthy of note.
Located at 1720 E 25th Ave, Denver, CO 80205, Whittier Café is open on Mondays to Thursdays from 7am to 7pm. On Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, the cafe closes by 8pm.
Carbon Café & Bar
When I visited the Carbon Café & Bar, I was awestruck by their fast service. They have proficient staff who are courteous and want to meet your needs as promptly as you make the request. The cafe has gender neutral toilets. If you do not have an issue with that, prepare your dog for an amazing coffee time at Carbon Café & Bar.
The cafe is located at 1553 Platte St, #130, Denver, CO 80202. It is open Mondays to Sundays from 6am to 6pm. You can call +1 720-428-8565 for further inquiries. Lastly, they have free Wi-Fi services.
Blue Sparrow Coffee
Fine layout, lovely neighborhood, wheelchair access, these are some of the cool things about Blue Sparrow Coffee. The cafe is located at 3070 Blake St #180, Denver, CO 80205 and you can come in at any time from 6am to 5:30pm all week long.
For more information, please visit http://bluesparrowcoffee.com/ or call +1 720-615-1516.
Located at 853 E Ohio Ave Denver, CO 80209, Wash Perk is a place I fell in love with the moment I stepped in. In all of the coffee shops on this list, this is the only cafe that allowed me to truly work with my laptop. If you are a geek like me, Wash Perk is the place to go to enjoy time at work and good coffee.
The cafe is operational from 6:30am to 5pm every day of the week. Email [email protected] to get more information.
Sandwiches, teas, bagels, coffee, and more. The Radiator is a full cafe and you would not regret visiting this coffee shop. It is located at 2139 W 44th Ave, Denver, CO 80211 and opens from 6am to 9pm from Sundays through Wednesday. On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, the cafe closes by 11pm.
If you are looking to enjoy a light meal with coffee, The Radiator is the perfect option. Visit https://theradiatordenver.com/ to learn more.
Aside from Wash Perk, Pablo’s Coffee is another cafe that allowed me to work with my PC while I enjoyed my coffee. The cafe is at 3806, 630 E 6th Ave, Denver, CO 80203. It is open from 7am to 5pm throughout the week but closes at 8pm on Sundays and Saturdays. Want time alone? With your dog? Check out Pablo’s.
Call +1 303-744-3323 to learn more.
Whether you’re a dog owner or not, it’s hard to deny that coffee shops can be great places for pets as well. Rather than worrying about your pup wandering off across the street, these cafes offer a comfortable environment for pets to lounge with their owners, and enjoy an excellent cup of joe.