Coffee & Tea
Price Range : Under $10 ($)
Adress: 596 14th St, Burlington, CO 80807
Phone: (719) 346-7766
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- local_parkingParkingStreet, Private Lot
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- turned_in_notWheelchair AccessibleYes
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- volume_upNoise LevelQuiet
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingYes
What a cute little spot. Although we she in search of breakfast, the service was spot on. Gave us a great recommendation to another spot. Check out for a great cup of joe!
A very nice quaint little coffee shop. The minute you walk in you get an aroma of warm spices. There is a cute sitting area and a neat little trinket/home decor section of the shop that makes the atmosphere cozy and inviting.
Being from the Denver area the coffee isn't much different from your typical coffee shop, nothing spectacular outside of traditional coffee. However, for this little town when truck stop mud coffee, hotel brew selections, and watery restaurant drips, this coffee shop is a gem and the best crafted latte brews.
It is a small town coffee so remember to give grace if you happen to come as out of towners. We went with 5 out of town guests and two of our in town friends, which was a big order, plus about 5 additional regular guests showed up. I feel we overwhelmed the lady a bit, since it was quite the rush, but she handled it well, made the drinks in a timely manner. We tried to make conversation, but I think the business of the rush gave a frazzled feel and so she didn't seem as homey as her shop. Once we left and the rush died down she was much more chirpy, so give grace if you come.
Super cute! Only downside is they don't take credit cards. Yummy frapps! Great hometown service, hostess knows everyone's name. Has non-dairy options as well.
Passing through Burlington on a cross country journey, I found this gem of a coffee shop. Directly opposite the shop are grain silos waiting to load railroad cars. Daphne greets visitors warmly. And she makes a perfect latte. The atmosphere is delightful as regulars stop by for their daily dose. Listen in and get the scoop on the goings on about town. There's an large attached gift shop with interesting local and imported items. This is the place for coffee in Burlington. Don't miss it and Daphne.
My wife and I stopped for coffee at The Main Cup on Friday, July 27, 2018. We ordered a pair of lattes, which were delicious! This coffee shop is very easy to get to - it is right at the north end of Main Street. Burlington is a small town - so it is no problem to get to the coffee shop even if you're traveling on I-70.
In addition to having a number of different styles of coffee, they offer different types of milk (almond, coconut, soy - even macadamia nut!) to suit your taste! There is a small seating area outside where we sat to drink our coffees - and every person who came in and out of the shop was very friendly. The Main Cup is a great little coffee shop, but it also has a little gift shop attached, as well.
If you happen to be driving through eastern Colorado, and you want to stop for some coffee - you won't regret trying The Main Cup! (And don't forget to sign the guest book!)