Serendipity Tap and Cafe opened in Superior in 2021. As the first green catering company in Denver and a leader in sustainability in the events industry, this locally- and woman-owned company has been in business for 20 years. Their other two locations are in Denver and Westminster.
Serendipity Tap and Cafe makes it a priority to serve local products like Pablo’s coffee roasted in Denver, as well as use locally sourced ingredients from Colorado farms. They make food fresh and to order and are continuing to build a special place tailored to what the Town of Superior resident’s want. Client’s love their specialty coffee drinks (that other coffee shops just can’t create), smoothies, and the friendly staff.
The great thing about the location in the new Community Center is that it allows the Serendipity Tap and Café to meet so many wonderful Superior residents. Plus, they cater small and large events that take place at the Superior Community Center.
The Serendipity Tap and Cafe staff were honored to be able to serve the volunteers and Town of Superior staff members who worked tirelessly at the Community Center for disaster relief after the Marshall Fire. They witnessed firsthand the leaders and community members work together to begin the process of re-building.
As Serendipity Tap and Cafe approaches their one-year anniversary being at the Superior Community Center, they are celebrating their successful opening of a brand new location during a pandemic and the restrictions that came along with that.
“Serendipity Tap and Cafe makes it a priority to serve local products.”
– Gwen Buehler, Manager
The One Community Business Spotlight campaign is a partnership between the Town of Superior and the Superior Chamber of Commerce to support our local businesses in their recovery efforts from the Marshall Fire.