Cup O’ Joe

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durango's cafes coffee graphicDurango is known for the many restaurants spanning the streets and among them rest quaint little cafés offering a wide variety of coffees, teas, smoothies, and more. No matter the season, there is always a good drink. Whether it’s a cold brew to cool you down or a hot pumpkin spice latte when it’s snowing outside, these cafés can make it!

Durango Joes now has 11 different locations between Durango, Aztec, and Farmington. The chain was started by a Durango couple in 2004 who sought out serving legendary coffee in a “community first” style. The baristas whip up favorites such as the Honey Bear, Avalanche, and Pombomb. They also serve homemade baked goods, sandwiches, and salads. Read more about this blooming chain here:

Durango Coffee Company was founded in 1984 and has been roasting small batches of beans from around the world ever since. While the production is in Bodo, a homey café with vintage furniture to enjoy your beverage on gets busy downtown. The seating area has expanded thanks to Durango’s bump-out project for the summer. The large, yet cozy space, welcomes musicians for live sessions. A rotating seasonal drink special list as well as sandwiches, soups, salads, and parfaits menu never disappoints. To get a full coffee roasting rundown: And the café’s Facebook:

81301 creates a unique experience where a glass partition allows you to see the small batches of beans getting roasted in house. The café on North Main fulfills the mission to simplify the coffee experience and to serve patrons fresh and delicious coffee! With a chic farmhouse fengshui, the space is light and welcoming. 81301 resides next to and is part of Durango Artisan Foods who creates and supports locally made goods. You can find their products here: And the Facebook page to keep up on their new products:

Whatever the day brings, Durango has a fresh cup of joe always ready for you!