We regularly host musical acts here at the Bittersweet, especially in summer months when our patio is open. Join us for live music weekly Friday evenings following the Downtown Louisville Street Faire in the summer, or check out our indoor shows when the weather turns cool.


Bittersweet and /pȏr/ wine bar open outdoor music venue

June 11, 2014

The Bittersweet Cafe and /pȏr/ wine bar have announced their summer schedule for what may be Boulder’s County’s most interesting music venue.Set between the wine bar and cafe, the outdoor flagstone stage offers an incredibly intimate outdoor venue strategically located between the friendliest main street in the Front Range and the city’s large outdoor stage, the Steinbaugh Pavilion.“We’ve worked particularly hard on our bookings for the Street Faire Friday nights,” said Bittersweet Owner Patrick Walsh, who is also an owner in the wine bar. “We want to make sure that people can continue to enjoy these summer evenings past the 9 p.m. conclusion of the Street Faire.”Last summer’s success with providing an outdoor music venue prompted Walsh and Todd Stevenson,...

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Our new desserts are in and, often, out of here!

March 12, 2014

The management team at the Lakeshore Athletic Club recently joined us down at the Louisville Bittersweet Cafe, in part to imbibe in our new desserts, baked in our our kitchen at the Lakeshore. So if you wondering why you are dreaming of chocolate halfway through your workout, we have to apologize for that dreamy smell, but not for the quality of the products we're putting out, which include many gluten-free items. So come in and try our new items soon, which include: Cheesecake Chocolate Eclairs Carrot Cakes Caramel Pecan Bars Assorted pies, including berry pies! Chocolate Mousse Napoleons Mini Mexican Chocolate Tarts Layer Cakes Chocolate Oblivions French Macaroons Chocolate Macaroons Cakepops Cupcakes Peanut Mousse Towers Peanut Butter Puddles Chocolate Brownies...

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Good news: Coffee drinking reduces risk of diabetes

January 28, 2014

Good news for our regular patrons: Coffee consumption has been strongly associated with a reduced risk of to develop Type 2 diabetes, according to a robust and published study by the Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.The research showed that men who drank more than six or more cups of caffeinated coffee per day reduced their risk for type 2 diabetes by more than 50 percent compared to men in the study who didn’t drink coffee at all. For women, that risk was reduced by nearly 30 percent."Caffeinated coffee and decaffeinated coffee consumption were both associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes,” the research noted. Though the reduction in diabetes risk for decaf was...

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Caffeine may deliver a jolt of energy in the morning, but it's also an effective memory enhancer, Johns Hopkins University researchers say in a new study.

January 18, 2014

Did you start your morning by preparing a strong cup of coffee? Chances are you were also brewing an effective long-term memory tonic, according to researchers with Johns Hopkins University. Psychologists and neuroscientists with the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences at Johns Hopkins found that the amount of caffeine consumed daily by the average American adult — 200 milligrams, or roughly the equivalent of a strong cup or two small cups of coffee — helped to bolster the brain's "pattern separation" performance. Pattern separation refers to the ability to discern between two similar but not identical events or experiences, and is considered to be an effective yardstick for measuring recall accuracy. Caffeine may ease or reverse Alzheimer's: study Coffee...

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