Denver Bicycle Cafe in Denver

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee French press, Aero Press, V60 pour, personal French press, local roasts, cold brew
Tea Sanctuary Chai, Wystone Teas
Alcohol Beer
Food pastries, breakfast burrito, bagels, tamale, soft pretzel, slice of pie
Seating Capacity 60
Outside Seating 40
Group Space Some
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger table, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Has Food, Group Friendly, Outdoor Seating, Natural Light, Alcohol, Has Power
Web www.denverbicyclecafe.com  

Pro Tips

A coffee house, tap house and bike shop. The WiFi will occasionally drop, but no time limit and no password. There are power points along the walls and at the bar but none at the community table.

Lot's of bright light, a camp-out for creative professionals, hipsters and students. There's a big community table in the centre that seats about 20 people, exposed brick walls and the place is packed with people engaged in lively conversation, brainstorming ideas, interviewing or working on projects. They have great coffee using several brewing methods, using coffee from local roasters. Outside is a great patio, if a little small, for a break from whatever you're working on. Being a bike shop, you can have your trusty stead tuned while you work!

Relaxed setting, wifi worked out great and was there all afternoon/evening on a Monday, and it wasn't overly crowded. Most people there seemed to be studying, working, or in a meeting with others.

Hours are mixed: Coffee house 6am-5pm, Tap house 5pm-midnight, Bike shop 9am-6pm Wed-Sun.

  • Kelly O'Reilly

    I like Bicycle Cafe because there seems to always be ample space—you won’t drive all the way here to find an overcrowded cafe with nowhere left to sit. And outlets! They’re pretty well placed so your chances of scoring one are good (you’ll need an extension cord from the center table). It’s also a nicely moderate noise level most of the time.

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