While waiting for a meeting down the street, I googled local coffee shops and ran across a cozy little coffee spot in the middle of the Denver art scene along Santa Fe Drive. Hidden within a recess a half block north of 9th Street, alongside an art studio, floral shop and others little venues, it creates a secluded atmo while keeping customers at the heart of a host of art studios.
Entering the shop, you're faced with gentle lighting and a simple coffee counter with a tall pastry setup. When I entered I mentioned that the coffee shop listed for the search I performed was under a different name. They seemed responsive and grateful someone brought it to their attention.
I ordered a regular coffee in a mug, which they promised to bring to my seat since I was staying there. The actual coffee shop is rather small, but they can use outdoor seating inside of the recessed alcove facing the floral shop and the nearby art studio, as well as seating in the studio (with a stage for what I can only guess is occasional live music) boasting a nice glass ceiling letting in natural light and plenty of room.
The staff were very friendly. It's a paleo shop, but personally I'm a white-sugar, eat-bacon kind of guy, but I was perfectly satisfied with the sugar raw they offered. I will definitely make this cozy nook a regular stop whenever I visit the area.