Question for a Snowy Day

Readers, help us out on this one. According to Yelp.com, there are over 100 coffee/tea shops in the greater Boulder area – including Longmont, Louisville, Superior, Lafayette, Broomfield and Nederland.   On a day like today, at which coffee/tea place are you most likely to run into your Jewish friends?  Click “Read More” to comment!

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7 comments

  1. I'll vote Ozo's especially on a Thursday! Even with snow, I'm heading over around 3 this afternoon. Anyone else venturing out?

  2. Yes, I'd say OZO in the east and Vics and Pekoe in the west. You could always find a few hidden boheme yidden at Trident though.

  3. I'll be there too. Who else will we see?

  4. Are we talking coffee here?

  5. Yes – great time at Ozo, Gary, Michelle, David, moi 😉

  6. Coffee, right?

  7. How about Jimmy and Drew's deli. We are not a fancy coffee shop, but do have coffee and hot tea. Here you can also have some latkes, a knish, a piece kugel or some delicious blintz. You are very likely to run into some of your Jewish friends here. We are now open Monday-Friday at 7:30am for coffee and breakfast sandwiches. Hope to see you soon.

    Sincerely,

    Jimmy & Drew