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In keeping with Pueblo’s rich

and diverse history, Pueblo
coffee shops are a unique

Find your way to

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Great Co
Solar Roast
226 N. Main
719-544-2008
Monday-Friday
7 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Saturday
7:30am-5 p.m.
Sunday
8 a.m. -2 p.m.

5th and Main
Espresso Bar
421 N. Main
719-542-1209
Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

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Steel City coffee houses are
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and a sip of culture.

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to find something you love.

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solar roasted beans to

coffee and wine to weekly live
entertainment, you're bound

You’re in for a

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The Daily Grind
Broadway
Cup ‘n Cork
100 Broadway
719-561-9113
Monday - Friday
6 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Saturday
7 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Sunday
8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

209 S. Union
719-561-8567
Monday- Friday
6:30 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Saturday
7 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Sunday
7 a.m. - 9 p.m.

For more information about the
Pueblo City Center Partnership,
scan this QR code with your smartphone
or visit www.pueblocitycenter.com

The Pueblo
City Center
Partnership
Downtown
Pueblo, Co
Coffee Guide

Th e B e s t o f

Broadway Cup ‘n’ Cork

100 Broadway Avenue

Broadway Cup ‘n
Cork is the spot to
have a great cup of
coffee with homemade sweets; or
socialize over an
adult beverage
and savory dishes.

Suitable for all ages,
the shop serves specialty coffee, Italian soda, smoothies,
wine, beer and signature adult coffees.
The menu also includes
Italian foods to include the
“Italian Slopper.” The dish is a
take on the renowned Pueblo
slopper with a twist, rather
than a green chili-smothered
burger, the dish is a meatball
sandwich served open faced
topped with marinara sauce,
parmesan cheese and Pueblo
Chiles.

Whether you’re looking for a
morning refresher or an evening delight Broadway Cup ‘n
Cork has something for you.

209 South Union Avenue

226 North Main Street

Downtown

PUEBLO JOE

The Daily Grind

Solar Roast Coffee
Truly one of a kind coffee
can be found in downtown Pueblo. As the nation’s only solar roastery,
coffee brewed at Solar
Roast, stands true to the
company’s name: solar
powered.

Solar Roast was founded
in 2004 by brothers Michael and David Hartkop. At the time,
Michael was an apprenticed coffee roast master, and David
was a special effects artist with an interest in alternative
energy. Together they built
several prototypes which
lead to their current solar
roaster the Helios 5 which
powers every cup.

The result of the two coming together was the formation of an innovative company whose methods are
both eco-conscious and flavour-inducing. Today, the brothers’
innovative technique can be found at their downtown shop
in the form of coffee and coffee goods. This includes unique
specialty drinks such as the Coffee Granita, a blended coffee
sweet drink.
Stop in to Solar Roast for a sip of
sun-powered goodness.

“Killer Coffee and Food
to Die For” is the slogan for the coffee shop
on Union Avenue affectionately known by
locals as “The Grind.”

The bustling coffee
shop provides an
atmosphere fit for a
diverse crowd. With a study room for college students,
monthly featured artists
and live entertainment
weekly, the Daily Grind
brings a lot to the table,
literally, in its large restaurant style setting.

The Grind also offers a
full breakfast and lunch
menu which include
vegetarian, vegan and
gluten-free options. Along with coffee drinks, the shop also
boasts the largest collection of loose leaf teas in Colorado
(bottom right).
This family-run coffee shop is the place for families,
groups of friends or a solo trip for coffee, a place where
everyone fits in.

5th and Main Espresso Bar

421 N. Main Street

The 5th and Main Espresso Bar delivers fully on
their motto of “Fam, Food, Art Music.” Located in
Pueblo’s 115-year-old Historic Federal Building,
the 5th and Main Espresso Bar
offers its patrons a step into
Pueblo’s rich past.

Wifi Food Patio Alcohol Open
Late

Visit the espresso bar and step
into the place where hundreds
of men reported when called to
the draft of the Vietnam War. It
also served as Pueblo’s former
courthouse as well as its former post office.

While the building maintains historic architecture and decoration, the the 5th and Main
Espresso Bar offers entertainment of yester-year
with oldies music played live weekly.
A relaxed atmosphere is created by the lounge
style setting and beautiful culturally-influenced
artwork by artists such as Leovigildo Rivera
(bottom left).
Bring your ‘fam’ for food, art and
music in one of Pueblo’s most
history-rich buildings.

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