When you walk into the place, it is a little confusing as it looks like a garden store and coffee roaster combination, but the cafe is at the right rear of the store. They have coffee, specialty coffee drinks, pastries, and hot food. They serve a limited number of breakfast and lunch items, maybe 10 or 12 of each. There are a few (2 or 3) bistro type tables inside and a number of patio tables outside in the garden where the veggies are grown.
I had a turkey wrap that was basically a gyro with turkey substituted for the lamb. It was warm and wonderful. the yogurt dill gyro sauce was excellent, and it was loaded w/veggies: tomatoes, 4 small leaves of Romaine lettuce, red onions, and red and yellow bell peppers. It also came with a side salad topped with the same dressing as the wrap.
My husband had the vegetarian burrito w/house made green sauce which was huge. It was loaded w/black beans, rice, and various fresh veggies as well. It also came with a side salad and tortilla chips. The salad was so wonderful, we ordered a full sized one to go for our dinner since they are not open for dinner. The salad also came with a nice sourdough bread and butter.
We both had one of their house roasted coffee of the day, which was a medium roast that was full-bodied and flavorful. I also bought one of their homemade oatmeal cookies. They were made with dates rather than raisins, had a touch of coconut, and were sweetened w/molasses rather than sugar. It was the side of a salad plate. We shared it for dessert for both lunch and dinner.
The weather was mild, and it was a treat to eat outside and enjoy the fresh Colorado air.