Try a creamy latte and a fresh pumpkin muffin for a good cause. This shop, a part of the Emily Griffth Technical College, employs refugees and immigrants who earn necessary employment experience. It contains a full espresso bar and pastries baked fresh by the college's baking program. Bonus: The fair trade espresso beans are roasted by Denver's Kalati Brothers Coffee.
American and Scandinavian cuisine collide at this urban bistro. With an emphasis on fresh, local, and simple food, Trillium offers a variety of options, from small plates (foie gras mousse and seared Maine scallops) to hearty fare (grilled beef tenderloin and Long Farm pork chops).
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