One of the best-preserved commercial structures from Boulder City's early years, the Coffee Cup is a concrete block structure with an irregular footprint following the oddly shaped corner lot on which it stands. The main facade has large windows and two entrances into the restaurant. A small hip-roofed tower sits atop the low-slung core of the building. Overhanging eaves have exposed rafters characteristic of the regional vernacular.
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Coffee Cup Cafe
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