My husband and I were camping near Estes Park and wanted to go into town for coffee, so we looked this place up and drove to it. We parked nearby and walked in. We immediately thought the atmosphere was neat and started looking around but the lady at the counter ignored us. It is more of a jam, hot sauce, and mug shop than a coffee shop, but there is neat stuff to look at. There are also free samples all over the store but there are signs on all the counters that say "No Kids!!" We didn't have our kids with us but this made us feel unwelcome. I walked to the back to look at the coffee menu and the lady did not acknowledge me or even look at me. There were also only 2 tables in the middle of the store, so it would not be a quiet place to sit and talk while enjoying coffee. My husband and I browsed around for awhile and picked out 2 mugs that we thought were really cute and wanted to get them to bring home, but when the lady would not acknowledge us, ask us if we needed anything, or even seem to care that we were in the store, we finally put the mugs down and decided that we didn't want to give our money to a store that didn't seem to want us there. I am dissappointed that this didn't work out, there are lots of positive reviews for this place and we wanted to try it. Maybe we went on a bad day? We ended up leaving and driving to another coffee shop.
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