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Etai’s Café @ Anschutz provides fresh, high quality breakfast and lunch options Monday thru Friday, 7am until 3pm. Located on the first floor of the Research II building we specialize in freshly baked bread, pastries and sandwiches. FREE delivery on campus between 10am and 2pm with a $15 minimum. Check out our menu at!anschutz/c1hdl or feel free to call us at 303-340-3388. 

Intermission Cafe

13120 East 19th Ave.

Aurora, Colorado 80045

Phone No.: 303-724-6638

Intermission Cafe is a locally owned & operated American cafe. Intermission Cafe prides itself on quick, convenient food served with a down-home, mom & pop feel. Catering is available. Serving breakfast,lunch, and snack in between, its menu includes . . .

• breakfast burritos

• breakfast sandwiches

• breakfast pastries

• Proudly Brewed Starbucks coffees

• grab-n-go Etai sandwiches

• hot dogs

• hamburgers

• pizza

• salad bar

Book Store Brewery 500

13001 East 17th Place

Aurora, Colorado 80045

Phone: 303-724-6654

Book Store Brew 500 is an American eatery that presents some of the best local brands around like CODA Coffee and Gigi’s Cupcakes. Whether you’re craving an expresso & homemade cookie or need to grab something more substantial like a hot rueben sandwich or a fresh salad from the salad bar, the Book Store Brew 500 has what you need at a convenient location and affordable price. Its menu includes delicious items such as . . .

• breakfast pastries

• hot oatmeal

• fresh fruit

• Etai Bakery grab-n-go sandwiches

• hot sandwiches

• wraps

• salad bar

• baked potatoes

• homemade soups

• Asian or Mexican daily specials

• self-serve yogurt

Coda Coffee is served in the Etai’s Cafe, the Bookstore Brew 500, as well as the Lift downtown:
"Tim and Tommy Thwaites, brothers from America's coffee heartland, left the Seattle area in search of adventure and prosperity. They took different paths but reconnected in Denver, Colorado. Over the years they had acquired a significant amount of experience in the specialty coffee industry. They have studied all facets of coffee from the origin characteristics of green coffees, to the art of roasting, through drink preparation and retail interface. As young entrepreneurs with a combined 22 years industry experience, they partnered with Tom Sr. to develop Coda Coffee Company. The mission is simple: to set the standard for coffee excellence through education, advocacy, and partnerships. With the belief that success is reciprocal, Coda will do what it takes to exceed expectations."

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