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Just a block from Union station in Downtown Denver, you will find Serendipity Coffee Bar. We are a Certifiably Green Denver certified business dedicated to providing locally crafted coffee featuring Pablo’s Coffee, freshly baked pastries (including gluten-free and vegan options), breakfast and lunch options, a selection of local snacks, happy hour featuring local beer and wine and more! We welcome you to grab a coffee, take a seat, and stay a while. Serendipity Coffee Bar combines cozy and modern with comfy workspaces nestled alongside brick walls, airy windows, and live succulents and plants. Public seating and Wi-Fi is available.

Hours

Monday – Friday
7:00AM – 2:00PM

Location

1536 Wynkoop St #1130
Denver, CO 80202

First floor of the Alliance Center

Host an Event!

Located in the heart of LoDo, The Alliance Center is the perfect space for your next event! Catering, Coffee Service, and Bar Service is available by Serendipity Coffee Bar. The award-winning certified green event space offers multiple venue spaces—for small workshops or larger networking events, with all the offerings you need to hold a successful event.

Want to book your next event with Serendipity Coffee Bar + The Alliance Center? Email lindsey@serendipityfood.com or call us at 303-561-3663!

Green from the Start

In line with its parent catering company, Serendipity Coffee Bar is proud to be a leader in green practices.

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Quality

We abide by the FitWel certifications to bring you the highest quality in ingredient and service. Learn more about FitWel’s standards.

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Sustainability

Serendipity Coffee Bar received it’s Certifiably Green Denver Certification in 2019. Over 80% of the products sold and used at Serendipity Coffee Bar are locally sourced. We offer Organic/Non-GMO milk and milk alternatives, vegan/vegetarian options, and seasonal menu options. We commit to be as zero-waste as possible with only offering Ecoware or reusable food containers/utensils.

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Community

1% of proceeds are donated back to the regenerative agriculture project through Zero Foodprint.