The owner of Mercury Cafe calls it a community center. The cafe exudes a vague hippie aura and serves as a restaurant, bakery, coffeehouse, dance club ... More
The owner of Mercury Cafe calls it a community center. The cafe exudes a vague hippie aura and serves as a restaurant, bakery, coffeehouse, dance club and concert hall. It is hard to pinpoint the exact style of this eclectic nightspot, serving up everything from Celtic and Cajun to theater and poetry. Swing and salsa bands are regulars on the second floor, which accommodates 350. The main dining room might feature a concert pianist one evening and a string quartet the next. The dinner menu offers salads, sandwiches, pasta dishes and more.
One of the longest-established coffee spots in town and with good reason - there are a ton of interesting events here, the people are varied and great for people-watching, the venue is clean and warm with lots of wood. I do agree, the food here is not for gourmet visitors - it is best for vegans with a desire to punish themselves, but in that group of interests it's highly suitable. There have been several times I have not gotten far on food I ordered, but my vegan friend devours hers happily. Service is of course much better in terms of speed and reliable table service when the venue is not as busy, but service is always pleasant and comfortable in tone. I adore the variety of events that are hosted here.
Good dinners, plenty of vegetarian fare but they make a good steak too. There's a great music venue upstairs where they host local bands and dance classes (swing, tango, salsa, belly dancing,,,,) several nights a week. The whole place is smoke free.
I can see how this food would be great if it was 2 o clock in the morning and I was on an all night binger of booze, but I chose lunch time to visit this place. Everyone says this is a must if you come to town but the vegan food is disgusting. I ordered the Tofu Cutlet. The fries were black (something about denver I think, everywhere had the option of blackened food). The tofu cutlet was a large piece of tofu with a thin crunchy layer of something on it. The tofu hadn't been mixed with anything else and tasted like tofu.. bland. They serve it with tamari on the side but I needed the whole bottle to make this even remotely palitable. The service was excellent but it was during the middle of the day. At night it may not be so great and I'm sure the food isn't any better, except after a bottle of tequilla!!
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