West Alamo Avenue is becoming more of an attraction within Historic Downtown Littleton. Cafe du Coco, located at 2676 West Alamo Avenue, opened its doors just over a year ago. Natasha du Coco, owner and artist behind the chalk paint brands Paint du Coco and “Chalk it Up,” transformed this 1902 building into a European tearoom. “It was the most challenging project I’ve ever had but also the most rewarding and enjoyed by guests,” she said. Cafe du Coco serves its own blends of handselected teas and encourages guests to spend quality time with friends and family while enjoying high teas. Gabby Gates, leading ballerina of the Denver Ballet Theatre, performs on a regular basis at Cafe du Coco’s special events. Additionally, piano students perform on the back patio entertaining guests and Natasha teaches painting classes to aspiring artists. Cafe du Coco is the perfect place for private parties, birthdays, bridal and wedding showers, and corporate events. The cafe is open seven days a week but encourages guests to make reservations. For more information call 303-325-5380 or visit cafeducoco.com.