An all vegan store. Offers a variety of vegan specialty foods, organic product, to-go lunch, clothing, and books. Re-opened Apr 2014 at this location; previously at 3360 Larimer St when it had first opened in Aug 2012. more-less
10 E Ellsworth Ave
Denver, Colorado 80209
720-328-5324
Closed now

Mon-Fri 11:00am-8:00pm, Sat-Sun 11:00am-6:00pm

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First Review by laurenmarie
earthville
earthville
  • vegan
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+716

A great find

5
Posted on 08 / 08 / 2014

While passing through Denver, i found this locally-owned place thanks to the HappyCow app.

Great to see a 100% vegan shop in Denver!

Selection is quite good, including not only packaged stuff but also an abundance of fresh produce. I found a number of items i'd never seen stocked anywhere else in the US, so a really commend them on their efforts to pull together a good selection.

Prices are consistent with other smaller, privately-owned specialty shops (which is to say, not the cheapest in town, but worth it to support a great local, small business).

Parking can be a challenge, so you might consider walking or biking.

The owners are friendly and there's free wifi.

Enjoy!

Pros: 100% vegan, great selection including uncommon items, friendly local owners, free wifi
Cons: parking can be a challenge
Koshka
Koshka
  • vegan
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+33

Great place!

5
Posted on 08 / 04 / 2014

You can find so many vegan things here. Food (fresh, deep frozen or in cans/convenience food, sweet stuff,...), some drinks, cosmetics, t-shirts, books. It is nice not having to read the ingredients. You can shop anything you see.

Pros: All vegan
Vegan Vagabond
Vegan Vagabond
  • vegan
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+357

A great little store

4
Posted on 05 / 03 / 2014

I like Nooch. It's great to see an all vegan store, catering to vegans, owned by vegans. I want to give them as much of my business as possible. It's small market, carrying groceries, produce, ready made foods, sodas, candies, and even some vegan belts, wallets, etc. I was in town on business and realized that I forgot to pack a belt. I was able to go to Nooch and find a really nice Vegan Collection belt that was exactly what I needed. In fact, it is now my favorite belt.

It could be bigger, better, with more selection, but they are just getting started and I want to support them. Four stars!



Peytona Waddy
Peytona Waddy
  • vegan
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+25

MOVED TO NEW LOCATION

3
Posted on 04 / 05 / 2014

NEW LOCATION!
10 Ellsworth Ave. Denver CO
303.875.3841


dreadiesnlight
dreadiesnlight
  • vegan
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+22

Best Shop In Denver!!

5
Posted on 01 / 13 / 2014

Great people working always smiling and always stocked on the good treats and eats!! We enjoy shopping here and always leave with a full sack! Great section of candies,stickers,sodas,and i love they get lots of local things in like their beef jerky! get the black bean jerky asap!!

Pros: great vibes, great people
DougKalish
DougKalish
  • vegan
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+37

fantastic vegan market

5
Posted on 12 / 12 / 2013

It's an amazing vegan grocery store run by fantastic people who constantly get new and interesting foods. It has everything you need. This place is awesome and you should go there now. They are moving in Feb 2014 to the Baker neighborhood in Denver.

Pros: vegan grocery store, great selection, interesting products
Redheaded Vegan
Redheaded Vegan
  • vegan
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+117

Love love love Nooch!

5
Posted on 11 / 20 / 2013

There is nothing not to love about this vegan haven. The owners are both incredibly cool people and very knowledgable about what they carry and always willing and ready to discuss their products.

I love that absolutely everything in here is vegan, and for a small place they really have a huge selection. They offer everything from fresh produce grown locally (some in their own garden) to grab-and go food, beverages, staples such as flours, pastas, and nut butters, to frozen foods and local vegan ice cream, to toiletries and pet food, cookbooks, tee-shirts and belts -and all of it is cruelty free!

Unfortunately, I have the added restriction of being gluten-free which means I can't buy anything and everything I want here, but there is a hearty selection of items I can. My favorites include Sophie's Kitchen "fish", locally made kombucha, and Treeline cheese.

They also often host local food trucks in front of the store including but not limited to Waffleganger and the Vegan Van (which is currently on hiatus).

Nooch is well worth a trip out of your way, whether you're a local or just visiting. I do my best to stop by at least once a week so that I am supporting a local all-vegan business.

Updated from previous review on Wednesday November 20, 2013

Pros: ALL VEGAN!, Great staff, Hard to find items
soyorganic
soyorganic
  • vegan
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+38

yes!

5
Posted on 05 / 24 / 2013

I love this place! Important stop for vegans. Sometimes they have food trucks out front when it is nice, and benches set up to enjoy vegan food with your friends. The owners in the store always have good dinner ideas. I also love the Kombuchas selection. Love this place!

Pros: vegan
cooldara
cooldara
  • vegan
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+41

Amazing Things Come In Small Packages!

5
Posted on 02 / 28 / 2013

This store has a terrific selection I've never seen, even at older, larger stores. There are dry goods, donuts, coffee, tons of goodies, fresh bread, books, and refrigerated goods. Friendly, helpful staff person made the BEST recommendation. Mash up bread!
Updated from previous review on Thursday February 28, 2013

Pros: Selection, Fair Prices, Doooonuts
Cons: Not, Located In , San Diego!
allikatk
allikatk
  • vegan
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+38

Really Fun To Shop Here!

5
Posted on 09 / 23 / 2012

I love it that they carry no products that bother my conscience! I've wanted to go since before they opened, but it's a bit of a drive for me. Just the vegan queso is worth that drive! They carry a very nice variety of sauces, 3 or 4 flavors of veganaise, lots of dairy-free cheese and meat substitutes, locally made products like five-points curry kraut and seitans from those fun loving guys at the Denver Seitan Company. They had produce, probably local, but I didn't check it out-They had chipotle veganaise, afterall. There were cruelty free wallets, funny stickers, and... vegan dog food (hmmmmm). I agree with the previous reviewer-everyone in Denver should check them out. Especially those who want to put their green money where their green mouth is!

Pros: all vegan, nice variety, small and friendly
Cons: nothing, love, them!
laurenmarie
laurenmarie
  • vegan
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+19

Heaven on Earth

5
Posted on 08 / 20 / 2012

I love Nooch, in both the food form (it's short for nutritional yeast) and in store form. Nooch features hard to get vegan products, such as vegan ricotta and Tofurky pepperoni, as well as staples, such as beans, pasta and olive oil. I feel they are reasonably priced, being comparable to Whole Foods, but with the added benefit of knowing that all of my dollars spent there are being put back into veganism! Everyone in Denver should swing by and check them out!

Pros: great selection, friendly owners, all vegan!

 

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