We get 30 litres of coffee grounds once a month from the local deli. We're on a list of people who take the stuff to stop it going into landfill. It just goes straight into our compost pile.
Newly cooked grounds are sterile enough so can be used for growing some mushrooms, and they don't then get competition from other fungi.
Some people use coffee grounds as a soil acidifier for their blueberries. Does it really work? The ground is a huge pH sink, so I have my doubts that any acidification will be permanent unless your plants are in pots. But it's a high nitrogen source so you wouldn't want to put them down unless you're wanting to promote leaf growth.