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14 Denver Coffee Shops With Free Wifi

Turn any of these Denver cafes into your office

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Calling all freelancers, entrepreneurs, artists, musicians, and anyone else who finds themselves working from a cafe outpost on a regular basis. Here is a list of some of the most ideal settings to get work done away from the office in Denver.

Enjoy some of the highest quality beverages and snacks in atmospheres conducive to productivity. From bustling and vibrant to cozy and secluded, there's something on the list to suit every working preference.

If you've kept your favorite spot a secret so as not to overwhelm the power outlets or you just don't see it on the list, let us know below in the comments section.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Common Grounds

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Common Grounds supplies workers with plentiful power outlets, solid coffee, and snacks for all tastes, including many gluten-free baked goods. Beer and wine are also available if you need the extra push to finish the job.

Huckleberry Roasters

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Another fine Denver-based roaster with a stimulating cafe environment is Sunnyside’s Huckleberry Roasters. There is natural light, power outlets, and fun snacks to keep you going.

Huckleberry Roasters in Sunnyside
Huckleberry Roasters in Sunnyside
Huckleberry Roaster [Official Photo]

Black Black Coffee

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Black Black is all-star barista Josh Nealy's mark on the Denver coffee scene. This inviting and well-lit shop sources beans from a variety of local roasters as well as from out of state. Enjoy a cup and get some work done in the open and modern setting.

Black Eye Coffee Shop

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This Highlands spot provides a charming setting with classic touches and killer coffee for those needing to get to work. Single-origin coffees from around the country and a splendid pastry case will provide fuel to busy customers.

Carbon Cafe & Bar

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For the ultimate beverage experience in a sultry LoHi setting, bring your work station to Carbon Cafe & Bar. This hip spot provides an ample variety of seating options and the highest quality customizable coffee, tea, kombucha, and alcoholic beverages. Enjoy a power lunch from the pop culture-splashed menu with items like Wu Tang tots and various "hash bowls."

Denver Union Station

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For a busy space to set up and get some work done, look into one of the many options at Union Station. Mercantile has wonderful coffee and some of the best baked goods in town, or grab a cup from Pig Train or a drink at Terminal Bar. If an energetic space is the best work environment for you, Union Station is worth a visit.

St. Mark's Coffee House

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St. Mark's is a large coffee house in Uptown with funky religious-themed touches and nocturnal next door neighbor, the Thin Man. On warmer days, the coffee house rolls open the large garage door window facing 17th Avenue. For a moderately busy spot with plenty of seating, check out St. Mark's.

Weathervane Cafe

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This uptown spot is quirky and artistic—perfect for those who gather inspiration from their surroundings. Coffee is sourced from local roaster Corvus and the tea selection is extensive. Breakfast and lunch items will help you fuel up and finish your work.

Denver Bicycle Cafe

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Uptown's Denver Bicycle Cafe has good coffee from rotating local roasters, plenty of power outlets, a variety of seating options including the patio, a bustling street to gaze upon for inspiration, and bicycle shop attached to boot. This is a great place to work- up until 5 p.m. where the outgoing barista staff announces that work time is over and community beer-drinking time has begun. (The cafe has an outstanding beer selection if coffee just isn't cutting it.)

Lula Rose General Store

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Small but sunny and conducive to productivity, Lula Rose is located on particularly busy stretch of East Colfax. The quiet coffee shop offers coffee and pastries and an urban feel.

Thump Coffee

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Located in the heart of Cap Hill, Thump is always full of people working away on their laptops. This is probably because it serves up excellent coffee and snacks, is chock full of power outlets, and provides good people watching when you allow your mind to wander from work for a moment.

Amethyst Coffee Company

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Amethyst Coffee is a bright and energetic space located at The Metlo in the Golden Triangle. Owner Elle Taylor is an experienced barista who sources beans from Commonwealth and Ritual, tea leaves from Spellbound Herbals, and baked goods from Sugar Vision. With this arsenal of caffeine and sugar to power your work and a clean space where you can stay focused, Amethyst provides an awesome spot in the Golden Triangle to plug in your laptop.

Queen City Collective Coffee

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This sleek and airy space provides an ideal escape from the office while the menu of coffee drinks will be sure to keep you caffeinated. Bonus: Queen City Collective Coffee shares its space with the Novel Brand Brewing Co., which means you can also order a beer if you need a boozy break from whatever you are working on.

An espresso from Queen City Collective Coffee
An espresso from Queen City Collective Coffee
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MUTINY Information Cafe

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If working on your laptop requires a stimulating setting, particularly one surrounded by books, then MUTINY Information Cafe on South Broadway is for you. You can find a spot to work buried deep within the rows of books, comics, and records while you sip your coffee, or post up along the long bar by the window. The offbeat cafe is open late so stop by at any hour.

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Common Grounds

Common Grounds supplies workers with plentiful power outlets, solid coffee, and snacks for all tastes, including many gluten-free baked goods. Beer and wine are also available if you need the extra push to finish the job.

Huckleberry Roasters

Huckleberry Roasters in Sunnyside
Huckleberry Roasters in Sunnyside
Huckleberry Roaster [Official Photo]

Another fine Denver-based roaster with a stimulating cafe environment is Sunnyside’s Huckleberry Roasters. There is natural light, power outlets, and fun snacks to keep you going.

Huckleberry Roasters in Sunnyside
Huckleberry Roasters in Sunnyside
Huckleberry Roaster [Official Photo]

Black Black Coffee

Black Black is all-star barista Josh Nealy's mark on the Denver coffee scene. This inviting and well-lit shop sources beans from a variety of local roasters as well as from out of state. Enjoy a cup and get some work done in the open and modern setting.

Black Eye Coffee Shop

This Highlands spot provides a charming setting with classic touches and killer coffee for those needing to get to work. Single-origin coffees from around the country and a splendid pastry case will provide fuel to busy customers.

Carbon Cafe & Bar

For the ultimate beverage experience in a sultry LoHi setting, bring your work station to Carbon Cafe & Bar. This hip spot provides an ample variety of seating options and the highest quality customizable coffee, tea, kombucha, and alcoholic beverages. Enjoy a power lunch from the pop culture-splashed menu with items like Wu Tang tots and various "hash bowls."

Denver Union Station

For a busy space to set up and get some work done, look into one of the many options at Union Station. Mercantile has wonderful coffee and some of the best baked goods in town, or grab a cup from Pig Train or a drink at Terminal Bar. If an energetic space is the best work environment for you, Union Station is worth a visit.

St. Mark's Coffee House

St. Mark's is a large coffee house in Uptown with funky religious-themed touches and nocturnal next door neighbor, the Thin Man. On warmer days, the coffee house rolls open the large garage door window facing 17th Avenue. For a moderately busy spot with plenty of seating, check out St. Mark's.

Weathervane Cafe

This uptown spot is quirky and artistic—perfect for those who gather inspiration from their surroundings. Coffee is sourced from local roaster Corvus and the tea selection is extensive. Breakfast and lunch items will help you fuel up and finish your work.

Denver Bicycle Cafe

Uptown's Denver Bicycle Cafe has good coffee from rotating local roasters, plenty of power outlets, a variety of seating options including the patio, a bustling street to gaze upon for inspiration, and bicycle shop attached to boot. This is a great place to work- up until 5 p.m. where the outgoing barista staff announces that work time is over and community beer-drinking time has begun. (The cafe has an outstanding beer selection if coffee just isn't cutting it.)

Lula Rose General Store

Small but sunny and conducive to productivity, Lula Rose is located on particularly busy stretch of East Colfax. The quiet coffee shop offers coffee and pastries and an urban feel.

Thump Coffee

Located in the heart of Cap Hill, Thump is always full of people working away on their laptops. This is probably because it serves up excellent coffee and snacks, is chock full of power outlets, and provides good people watching when you allow your mind to wander from work for a moment.

Amethyst Coffee Company

Amethyst Coffee is a bright and energetic space located at The Metlo in the Golden Triangle. Owner Elle Taylor is an experienced barista who sources beans from Commonwealth and Ritual, tea leaves from Spellbound Herbals, and baked goods from Sugar Vision. With this arsenal of caffeine and sugar to power your work and a clean space where you can stay focused, Amethyst provides an awesome spot in the Golden Triangle to plug in your laptop.

Queen City Collective Coffee

An espresso from Queen City Collective Coffee
An espresso from Queen City Collective Coffee
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This sleek and airy space provides an ideal escape from the office while the menu of coffee drinks will be sure to keep you caffeinated. Bonus: Queen City Collective Coffee shares its space with the Novel Brand Brewing Co., which means you can also order a beer if you need a boozy break from whatever you are working on.

An espresso from Queen City Collective Coffee
An espresso from Queen City Collective Coffee
Queen City Collective Coffee/Facebook

MUTINY Information Cafe