Ask anyone their favorite part about winter in Breckenridge and they’ll talk about the mountain. When it comes to skiing and snowboarding in Colorado, there’s no better place to carve fresh tracks and get your adrenaline pumping. Honestly, we won’t even try to argue with that. But before or after a long day on the slopes, we look forward to cozying up at one of the best coffee shops in Breckenridge.
Now that a winter chill has officially blown into town, we’re seeking respite from the cold with hot drinks, warm breakfast goodies, and gorgeous views of the falling snow. We rounded up a few of the best coffee shops in Breckenridge, at least in our book, so you can plan your seasonal lattes accordingly.
Best Coffee Shops in Breckenridge
Mom’s Baking Co.
100 N Main St, Breckenridge
We love this adorable little café on Main Street. Mom’s Baking Co. has a quaint European vibe and a top-notch selection of coffee and espresso drinks to match. Oh, and everything you’ve heard about their incredible breakfast pastries is one hundred percent true. We’re obsessed with the ham and cheese croissant, and the breakfast strudel is a close runner up.
505 S Main St, Breckenridge
Coffee Depot is a great spot to fuel up with coffee and a quick breakfast before hitting the mountain. This cute café is walking distance from peak 9 and has a yummy selection of specialty lattes, pastries, and bagel sandwiches. Our favorite menu item: the sausage rolls. They’re excellent and incredibly addictive. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!
215 S Main St, Breckenridge
When it comes to comfy, cozy atmosphere, The Crown takes top honors. We love warming up with a hot cup of coffee (or a glass of wine) after a chilly day on the mountain. Their breakfast sandwiches are incredible, too! Just a heads up – The Crown is shutting down for mud season starting Monday, October 16th and reopening Thursday, November 9th. Trust us, it’s worth the wait.
Interior of The Crown coffee shop in Breckenridge, Colorado
118 S Ridge St, Breckenridge
A bit off the beaten “tourist” path, Cuppa Joe offers Breckenridge locals respite from the ski season crowds. And, they open at 6am (even on weekends) for us super early risers! The menu has something for everyone, from vegetarian- and vegan-friendly burritos, to fresh baked goods, to hearty breakfast sandwiches. If you’re trying to decide on a hot beverage, order the Nutella latte. You won’t regret it.
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