The Depot was featured in the blog of MPR's 89.3 The Current on Sept 4, 2012 as #4 on the top 10 list of Twin Cities venues for the all-ages crowd.
Read the blog post.
The Depot is a renovated train depot in Hopkins that now serves as a coffee house, youth community project, and trailhead for area bike trails.
The Depot opened in 1998 as the result of a four-year collaborative effort to create a chemically-free environment for teens by many local business people, service organizations, volunteers and students from the Hopkins School District.
The Depot is unique in that its Board of Directors consists of high schoolers, providing students an opportunity to create their own place to learn, relax, and have fun while running a coffee shop and investing their efforts in the local community and economy. All of the Depot's profits go to support programs for teens.
The Depot Coffee House is available to rent for private parties and/or business meetings.
To provide a place of community and learning in which student involvement and youth development are encouraged in a chemically-free environment.
Visit the Depot Coffee House website