DIRT Coffee opens its second brick-and-mortar in Denver


DIRT Coffee, a coffee shop that got its start in 2013 as a mobile coffee shop serving the metro area, has opened a second brick-and-mortar location in east Denver.

DIRT is an acronym for Divergent Inclusive Representation Transforms. DIRT Coffee is a social enterprise that employs and empowers neurodivergent individuals through workforce development programming. By 2021, DIRT Coffee provided more than 1,000 hours of job coaching to more than 30 neurodivergent individuals across five Colorado counties, states its website.

DIRT Coffee’s first brick-and-mortar opened in downtown Littleton in 2018. Its second location is at 1795 Quebec St. in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood.

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