Appropriately located in Erie, Colorado- Anderson Farms brings you pumpkin patches, corn mazes, paintball and the most instagramable spots this spooky season! The photo ops are endless at this magical Halloween town. From Cinderella’s pumpkin carriage to the cute farm animals to the pumpkin themed water tower- It’s truly pumpkin wonderland you don’t want to miss. Kids and adults alike can enjoy!
Quince Coffee is owned by Colorado native Amy Adams. Amy Adams is a mother to two teenage boys, a dog owner (you can tell by her frenchie Fiona gracing the logo on her coffee). She has created a space for our local community is hosting space for local artists to share their work on her walls, hosting live local musicians every other Saturday in our patio space, hosting small events to connect with our community and selling only fresh pastries and coffee sourced from small local businesses. With lots of Gluten Free and Vegan options- this Coffee shop has added some fun and spooky decor to their shop. Check out their spooky drinks like the Vampire Mocha or the Caramel Apple Macchiato (featured above) or their cream cheese filled pumpkin muffins!
Sugar is a woman own and operated business on Broadway. Driven by butter, sugar, and the magic that happens when those things combine. They value the process of making coffee and pastries freshly every morning. They embrace our place in the community and find value in creating a space that is warm, familiar, and welcoming. Check out their famous ‘Popsters’ this fall, with flavors like Caramel Apple. My personal favorite is the S’Mores cookie- perfect for a fall day.
Second Star to the Right Book Store
Second Star to the Right is the most adorable kids book store. You’ll find them on Pearl street (a great stop if you’re at the local Pearl St. Farmer’s Market!) They recognize and actively promote the principles of fairness, equality, and social justice in relation to race, ethnicity, age, disability, faith, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, socio-economic class, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and all other identities represented among Denver’s diverse community. Check out their spooky children’s books and their section for Latin Heritage month!
Acreage by Stem Ciders
Acreage brings the urban cider house experience found in Stem’s RiNo taproom to the countryside with farm-to-table dishes with the best view in Boulder County. Enjoy delicious fresh food, craft ciders, slushies, and donuts. Hangout by the various bonfires outside and watch the sunset or simply enjoy the view of the mountains from the various hammocks they have hung up. Such a beautiful space to be with friends.
Reservations are HIGHLY recommended. Walk-ins are accepted–first come, first served.
Sweet Cooie’s Ice Cream and Chocolates is a classically inspired confectionery, with all scratch-made treats. Inspired by the “chutzpah” (guts & courage) the owner’s mother (whose nickname was “Cooie”) had stepping out all alone as a young single woman in the late 40s, our focus will be to support and empower women, young and old alike, to prepare for their Life’s Adventures!
Check out their pumpkin cheesecake Ice Cream and adorable atmosphere in the Congress Park neighborhood!