“I love San Valentino. I’ll usually get an iced black coffee.”-Odette
Coffee lovers destination serving a wide-selection of espresso, organic coffee, tea, Italian sodas and smoothis. Pastries baked fresh every morning. Menu items include yogurt, oatmeal, salads, sandwiches and more. Enjoy your order at either their indoor or outdoor lounges.
Chic, retro corner bakery featuring sweet & savory specialties from Vienna, Budapest & Prague.
Exposed beams create a sleek & rustic ambiance for this Mission cafe specializing in drip coffee.
Local mainstay for espresso, house-roasted coffee, bagels & baked goods in a lived-in cafe setting.
Cozy cafe that sources coffee from small farmers in Mexico. Featuring medium and finely roasted beans paired with a small selection of pastries. Lovely spot for a mid-day snack and a good book.
This beloved bakery is so popular, Chef Elena Reygadas had to open a second location. Enjoy Mexican staples like pulque bread, guava danishes, chocolate-vanilla conchas and much more.
Specialty coffee shop with variety of espresso drinks to choose from.
Cafe with great coffee in Copenhagen.
Coffee roastery concerned with the relationship between farmer, roaster, and barista for a good quality cup.
Small cafe in Vesterbro nestled among floral shops and boutiques, serving seriously good coffee and delicious pastries.
Offers organic coffee, cozy surroundings, and fair prices.
Homey all-day eatery for eclectic food & a choice of beers & wines, as well as live jazz evenings.
A hotel with only one room, but what a room! Located on top of a small café in the Vesterbro neighbourhood, the hotel has a tiny café where locals get their morning coffee to go, or enjoy catching up with friends over a sandwich, delicious pastry, organic ice cream, old-fashioned milkshake, fresh juice or maybe a banana split.
Offering sandwhiches, desserts, and cocktails. ! Relax with a drink and take in the view on the rooftop.
Specialty beans roasted in-house and homemade desserts!
Refined cafe meals in a hip locale with distressed walls and bare bulbs, plus a courtyard.
Artisanal coffee and organic brunch dishes crafted in a cool cafe with distressed-brick walls.
Specialty coffee shop serving cakes in a quirky space with wood panelling and bar stools
Vegan dishes in a hip, bustling micro-roastery with distressed-brick walls and timber tables.
Trendy bar and diner in a restored 1850s synagogue with a huge beer garden, plus rooftop beehives.
“Melbourne is all about the coffee and Nobu is the best barista around. Always quality coffee. My order is a latte with one sugar.” — Hamish Anderson
“Fans Notes Fitzroy north — cause they sell $10 vegan Parmas.” — Evan Klar
“They do amazing bagels, best one is chipotle halloumi. Once you’re done there go for a walk through the Ceres environment park down the road. Perfect Sunday.” — The Teskey Brothers
Local artisan bakery specializing in hand made sourdough breads and pastries.
Café/coffee shop in Tokyo.
Small bites with artisan coffees made using beans sourced directly from exporters and roasted daily.
Family-run deli and food shop specializing in organic meats, delicious cakes, coffee and local beer. Winner of the 2014 TimOut London Awards and 2015 runners up in The Slow Food UK Awards.
French bistro dishes created with British ingredients in 1920s vintage-style, oak-panelled setting.
Low-key venue for British classics including fish and chips and roasts, global dishes and breakfast.
Small cafe serving artisan coffee and ground beans, all-day breakfast, salads and gluten-free cakes.
Cafe with cakes and carefully sourced coffee, first of tiny chain that roasts its own beans.
Breakfast, lunch and artisanal coffee is served at this minimal-style cafe.
“Bühler and Co is a vegetarian / vegan brunch place round the corner from us. The Gado Gado is incredible. We just moved to this area and didn’t feel at home until we found a good brunch spot.” — Tom Forest
“Long White Cloud on Hackney Road, it’s just around the corner from my studio and the coffee never fails to boost productivity.” -Million Miles
“Lion Coffee in Clapton – Browse records whilst you drink good coffee, also you might be lucky to find a band there crammed in doing an intimate performance.” – Circa Waves
“Pavilion Cafe & Bakery in Victoria Park – Excellent coffee and bread in the heart of East London’s biggest park. They also have a branch on Broadway Market if you find yourself around that part of town.” – Circa Waves
This may be the only place in New York where you can visit a gallery,
attend a film festival, order several kilos of meat, walk on railroad
tracks that have been turned into a city park, attend a world-famous
museum, and have a Blue Bottle coffee—all in one afternoon.
Polished cafe for breakfast, lunchtime salads & paninis, or evening cocktails with small plates.
Small eatery with a menu of breakfast & lunch sandwiches, salads, coffee, wine & free WiFi.
Cafe emphasizing matcha (powdered green tea) in hot & cold drinks as well as light dishes.
Snug Mexican market offering housemade tortas & coffee drinks to go, plus upscale pantry items.
Airy cafe serving an eclectic American menu with coffee, wine, & beer, plus vegan options.
“My favorite coffee shop in Harlem is definitely Manhattanville Coffee. It’s lowkey and close to the park, some nature to help us get in touch with the universe in crazy hectic Manhattan. I get cold brew, with the particulars depending on my mood. It’s a mystery ;)” -Ro Ransom
“Best coffee and best conversation. Get a cortado from any of the friendly baristas.” — Jeremy & the Harlequins
Rustic-chic coffee shop providing craft java drinks, plus baked goods & simple cafe fare.
Relaxed coffeehouse featuring java, desserts & sandwiches in simple digs with outdoor seating.
Early Bird is an espresso bar and market designed to celebrate artfully made coffee and quality crafted products.
Cozy coffee shop offering espresso drinks & housemade pastries in a brick-walled storefront.
Organic coffee & tea pair with creative panini & sweets in a rustic-industrial space with free WiFi.
Neighborhood nook with sweet/savory pastries & sandwiches, plus fresh-pressed juices & a coffee bar.
Chill coffeehouse pouring custom-order cups of java made from carefully sourced beans.
Hip coffeehouse chain serving microroasted brews from around the world, plus baked goods.
“[1000 Faces] has delicious caffeine infusions.” – Marshall Mosher
“Great biscuits! It’s fun to eat out on the patio under the trees with the dogs and little kids drawing with sidewalk chalk.” – Katherine Edison
Custom-made donuts and handcrafted coffee in downtown Athens, GA.
A third-wave craft coffee shop located inside the Joule Hotel which provides an excellent coffee option in Dallas.
Local caffeine shop also serving beer, sandwiches, and pastries.
Open since 1991, Cafe Brazil serves a great breakfast with specialty roasted coffees.
Local coffee shop that serves J. Gursey fine coffee and teas.
Neighborhood coffee shop and eatery, serving up Southern-style brunch fare.
Storefront coffee shop with brick walls & many tables, pouring Costa Rican roasts with pastries.
This colorful cafe donates all profits to charitable causes & serves coffee, tea, panini & desserts.
Trendy spot for French pressed coffee, farm-fresh eats & local Rockstar Bagels.
Coffee kiosk within Farewell Books serves up craft beverages in small digs with limited seats.
Locally owned cafe featuring coffee drinks, sandwiches & baked goods, plus a free conference room.
Located behind Franklin BBQ, this hand-built coffee trailer serves up high quality seasonal coffee.
Organic coffee, breakfast dishes, soups, salads & burgers plus open mics keep this cafe popular.
“It’s a full espresso bar with 39 rotating taps of craft beer and cider. Some of my friends work there and it’s a frequent hang spot at all hours of the day. Soy Latte for me!” — Shy Beast
Cafe serving up local brand Cuvee Coffee plus pastries in modern digs with a patio & bocce set.
“Relaxed joint, best public porch swing, order: soy latte” — William Harries Graham
House-roasted coffee, sandwiches, pastries & beer in rustic-chic environs with a patio & free Wi-Fi.
Humble baked-goods & coffee purveyor with garage-door windows that open to a patio in warm weather.
“Drip over coffee is the beverage of choice. Best coffee in Charleston! It’s where we do a great deal of work for the band.” — SondorBlue
cafe chain serving locally roasted coffee & light eats in a relaxed setting.
Eco-conscious coffee chain offering java drinks, smoothies & teas alongside light fare & pastries.
Small batch roasted specialty coffee. Also serving cold-pressed juice, tea, espresso and more.
The coffeebar reflects the spirit of its neighborhood with its casual, uncluttered décor. A white Carrera marble bar stands center stage, featuring Intelligentsia’s internationally recognized baristas brewing up coffee made to order and crafting spectacular espresso drinks.
The Portland-based coffee roaster and retailer now has a home in Los Angeles! Stop by for direct-trade coffee roasted in-house, along with brewing gear and whole beans.
Home of the Döner Kebab. A wonderful selection of Mediterranean-style street food, with vegetarian and vegan options available!
The namesake of the original bay area spot, this minimal 650-square-foot cafe serves espresso drinks and iced coffee.
Upscale cafe with elaborately prepared coffee and light Californian fare in a stylish, modern setting.
Convivial coffee shop with an artsy vibe offering house-roasted espresso, pastries & patio seating.
“Muddy Paw. Great coffee, great pastries. And they help raise money for local animal rescues.” — Raener
“Le Cafe De La Plage is really the only coffee option in Malibu and they have a wonderful Oat Milk Cortado I enjoy very much.” — Awolnation
“Best coffee in town is Bar Nine in Culver City. Order a Flat White, a strong 3/4 latte. They roast in house and only serve the best beans. The atmosphere is perfect.” — BRÅVES
“We like them because they use good coffee beans and keep their machines nice and clean. Also, they have the unsweetened almond milk alternative which can be hard to find at most coffee joints. We usually order a hot chocolate, almond milk cappuccino with stevia and a banana/chocolate chip muffin.” — Diana Purim & Eyedentity
“My perfect pick me up treat, at around 4pm, is a macchiato at Alfred in one of their chocolate dipped wafer cone espresso cups. OMG. Let your nervous system activate.” – Shana Halligan
Hip local cafe with barista drinks plus coffee beans roasted in small batches & sold by the pound.
“I love coffee, and in my opinion Mighty Good does it right. The beans are ethically sourced, roasted locally, and turned into art through a wide selection of brew methods. Their decaf is swiss-water processed, which is a good clean choice if you’re looking for a little less oomph, and they can froth non-dairy milk like no other.” – Allene Smith
“If you’re on the move, go to Lyndsey’s Chevron just off the square. The police get their coffee there and you can get much needed intel on what’s going on in Oxford that day.” – Sam Kendricks
“It’s the birthplace of Dark Matter Coffee. They have a quiet upstairs where you can get work done, they bump hip-hop on the main floor, [they have] a patio in the summer, and their coffee is clearly amazing.” -Phillip-Michael Scales
“They are nice and are good at remembering faces, gotta get that iced coffee or a classic latte!” -Post Animal
“Metropolis Coffee in Rogers Park serves up sophisticated, super-strength caffeine when you need it!” -White Mystery
“Metric Coffee on Fulton. Of the new-ish crop of Chicago roasters I’ve gotten familiar with, they stand out as having a super delicious, consistent, and clean cup. I stick to a humble cup of drip coffee, black.” -In Tall Buildings
“Why drink coffee when you can drink milkshakes with coffee in them?” — PEEL
American eatery popular for brunch, with a tin ceiling & zinc bar adding a vintage vibe.
Trendy cafe chain offering upscale coffee drinks & pastries, plus beans & brewing equipment.
This chill Greenpoint bistro offers New American fare with an Aussie accent & brunch options.
Offering the best quality Fair Trade, Organic, Rainforest Alliance certified coffees & espressos hand roasted in NYC.
Espresso, drip brews & small-batch roasted coffee beans are the draws at this small cafe.
Spartan-chic spot for fancy cups of joe, espresso, chai, tea, donuts, pastries & more.
Snug local hangout known for its espresso & drip coffee brewed from fair-trade, house-roasted beans.
Bright, charming cafe with ample seating, espresso & a menu of artisanal small plates & pastries.
Dimly lit cafe offering Stumptown coffee & baked goods in a subdued setting with vintage decor.
Stylish, minimalist coffee shop & design collective offering light bites & various items for sale.
Local favorite cafe chain with in-house roasts, light fare, and a laid-back environment equally suited for working on your laptop or relaxing with a book.
Cute and kitschy, this coffee shop offers a unique ambiance and delicious drinks and treats.
Spacious cafe that offers more than just coffee. Their shaved ice dessert is a must!
Colorful coffeehouse with unique art for espresso drinks & smoothies, plus breakfast bites & wraps.
Fresh roasted, specialty grade coffee. Vesta prides itself on sustainably sourcing green coffee from around the world, and roasting it to perfection.
Vibrant coffee bar offering espresso drinks & daytime Latin comfort fare in a modern, stylish space.
Canteen-style, neighborhood coffeehouse with a chill vibe, plus farm-to-table sandwiches & pastries.
“The food is top tier but feels homely, the space has a really lovely vibe and the staff are incredibly lovely. And my fav thing about The Low Road is that they’re WOKE — definitely worth following on your socials! The usual order is a soy iced latte but sometimes a Bloody Mary depending on what sort of morning it is.” — Cub Sport
“We love Morning After in West End. They have such a creative and different menu that’s really modern and fresh. You should definitely order the breakfast carbonara!” — Sheppard
NOLA Beans is one of Lakeview’s home grown businesses. It’s a meeting place, a coffee shop, a casual and healthy dining spot. In short: it’s an extension of the favorite room in your house – our kitchen is your kitchen.
The Original Cafe Du Monde Coffee Stand was established in 1862 in the New Orleans French Market. The Cafe is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It closes only on Christmas Day and on the day an occasional Hurricane passes too close to New Orleans.
Small, bright, happy coffee shop in the middle of the Marigny with superb people watching, beautiful palm trees, excellent coffee drinks, small selection of fresh baked goods, la divina gelato, mochi, and a fierce neighborhood rooster.
Healthy, sustainable food in the heart of the Marigny.
Locally-owned bakery with an array of handmade desserts, breads, and breakfast pastries, plus coffee.
“Only place to get iced coffee.” — Ruby Rose Fox
Hip coffeehouse serves artisan espresso and local, seasonal cafe eats in an open, industrial venue.
These coffee roasters churn out some of the best java in the city, but don’t overlook their fresh pastries, sammies, and desserts.
Artisanal coffeehouse and roaster serving drinks, pastries, and snacks in a wood-paneled, industrial space.
Jet Black Alley Cat recommends grabbing a cup of black coffee and checking out the patio where there is a killer view of downtown Nashville.
Cafe serving pastries, breakfast and lunch items, plus gourmet coffee and tea. Locals love the croissants (try the almond), along with their danishes, turnovers, palmiers, cinnamon crispies, crepes and more.
Family-owned coffee house serving dark-roast espresso, lattes and cappuccinos and teas, plus a variety of pastry and breakfast options available all day. Enjoy local music on Wednesday and Friday nights and an open mic every Thursday.
Neighborhood cafe with a dog-friendly patio serving coffee, beer, wine, food and dessert. Community is emphasized through regularly showcasing local artwork and hosting live music.
Hip, intimate bar with oldschool atmosphere offers up coffee and mixed drinks, plus live DJs spinning Hip Hop and R&B.
Small, unassuming eatery offering delicious breakfast and brunch buffets at unbeatable prices.
Authentic, oldschool cafe and cigar lounge. Serves up top notch coffee and a offers a wide selection of cigars, cigarillos, and cigarettes by the piece.
The Garden Society of Gothenburg (Trädgårdsföreningen) is a park and horticultural garden in central Gothenburg. Come for the flowers, stay for the delicious food and drink at the cafe.
“Mellqvist Kaffebar is my favorite place to grab coffee. Its just has a great family vibe to it. My order is Black drip coffee.” — Grizfolk
Bob Marley always said he would return to farming one day. With Marley Coffee, Bob’s son Rohan fulfills the dream. “When I occasionally drink coffee, my order is Lively Up brew by Marley Coffee. Their farm is in Kingston.” — Jesse Royal
This snug, bustling cafe with minimal decor offers teas & espresso-based drinks plus beer & wine.
“This is not a new discovery but it is one well worth the trip (and wait). This cafe was established in 1903 and is still in tact in it’s original Belle Epoque design and style. Come by for their famous Mont-Blanc or hot chocolate. You will not be disappointed!” — CLARA-NOVA
“Chez Justine in the 11th district. They completely rebuilt this coffee/restaurant place and it’s the perfect spot to eat awesome pizzas and drink great cocktails/beers/wines. It’s located on one of the busiest street of Paris (Oberkampf). It gets crazy when the night comes. I’m an IPA lover. A pint of beer, please.” – STAL
“La Caféothèque in Le Marais. They serve the best coffee in town. It’s everything but a hipster place. Plus, it’s located at the border of Le Marais and La Seine river, it’s beautiful. Very peaceful. I always take a double espresso. No sugar. Maulini = Italy = strong coffee.” – STAL
“It’s a great atmosphere right downtown and everything is super high quality. I always get an iced chai and a rose croissant.” — Trevor Hall
“I love Trident. It’s a super cool book store with tons of character. You can also sit down for a coffee and browse through their collection of books.” -Rodes Rollins
“Kaladi Brothers Coffee because they have consistently quality but just as importantly they have a good vibe. What is even more great about them is that they genuinely create a safe space for all kinds of people. The inside of Kaladi has got to be one of the most diverse places in all of Seattle. I order an iced chai. Personally more of a tea person than coffee. Caffeine is a powerful drug!” — Sol
“It is a patisserie, but they make a mean coffee and excellent pastries.” — Alex Clare
Boutique coffee roaster and cafe with two locations. Offers a variety of specialty coffees and pastries, as well as various educational courses for coffee enthusiasts.
“It’s actually a Vegan Cafe and the food is great too, but I come back for the coffee. It’s a nice spot to sit and people watch or do a crossword. Americano, or a coconut milk flat-white if I’m feeling fancy.” — Alana Henderson
Boutique cafe in Belfast that offers specialty coffees and hosts various cultural and community events.
“Refuel with the best Hot Chocolate on the island.” — Alana Henderson
“Karangahape Road is an experience on its own with all the shops and vibrant folks bopping about. This cafe is where I would pop over from my management’s studio, and offers a little feel of Brooklyn in middle earth. My Order: Cold Brew with Almond Milk black.” — Parson James
Traditional French café and patisserie offering fresh bread and pastries, plus coffee and light eats.
“Long black with a dash of cream is my go to!” — Ria Hall
“Our friends Evrim and Evin make beautiful bread and pastries with heirloom grains and local and organic ingredients. They always try to do things the right way, even if it’s the hard way—and it tastes like it.” — Lean Year
Cozy, brick-lined cafe roasts its own beans daily and offers chai, bagels, and bulk coffee.
Local coffee roasters with three locations around Lincoln. Two cafes offer fresh roasts and brunch fare, and the third houses their roastery, espresso bar, and bean-to-bar chocolate operation.
“There is a lot of great coffee shops in town, but I find myself going to The Coffee House the most. Always great coffees and pastries. Lately my drink order has been a London Fog. I find I get the most reading and writing done here.” — Stonebelly
“Pretty unassuming place that doubles as a bakery. They make their own tortillas, have a long breakfast menu and don’t shy on the spice. Order the tacos dorados, they grill mold 2 homemade tortillas together like a Venn diagram so that they make one long taco shell, it reminds of the long forgotten Taco Bell Grande.” — FAN
“Highwire at Flowerland Nursery – get launched on caffeine while looking at plants, consider life changes.” — FAN
“Berkeley City Club – designed by Julia Morgan, first woman licensed as an architect in California. The space serves as a bunch of things but it’s nice to just go walk around and grab a coffee.” — FAN
“I’ve had some lovely friend dates at Alchemy Collective, a worker-owned coffee shop. I usually get a black tea. It’s a small, cozy place with good vibes.” — The Seshen
“Philz on Cedar, you wouldn’t believe how many incredible musicians have worked there over time. The New Manhattan black is my order.” — Sugar Candy Mountain
Corner cafe serving up Southern hospitality with its popular fried chicken, pies, and breakfast items.
Retro coffee shop is a busy local favorite serving hearty breakfasts and lunch fare since the 1970s.
“Artis Coffee on 4th street is my go-to: the absolute best coffee in the Bay Area. I always bring my thermos so I can keep enjoying my caffeine after I’ve hit the trail.” -Josh Prenot
“It’s a local Black-owned business, they distribute produce farmed right down the street, they showcase local artists and musicians, and just seem like badass people overall. My coffee order is pretty basic, just coffee with cream.” — Letitia VanSant
“It’s right by our studio so we’re there all the time. It’s a small shack stuck to the side of a building along the main street. They give free coffees to over 65s and the seating area is in an entrance way to a car park. We like it because it’s not an awkward hipster café; it’s ramshackle and all walks of life come through Nicks. We also make them play our songs on their stereo.” — Cloud Castle Lake
“The owner Ben is a gentleman with a fine taste in music. Mine’s a flat white.” — Ciaran Lavery
“This isn’t in the city center. It’s in the suburbs. You can take the DART (public train) only 20 mins out here. We love to get a coffee in Bear and then go and sit by the sea. When people visit Dublin the often forget how close it is to the sea!” — Hudson Taylor
“It’s on Bold Street funnily enough which is one of the main streets into town so it’s a good people watching spot. I started drinking coffee when I started touring. You know what never gets mentioned in all those band biographies is how tiring touring is. You never get Jimmy Page in “Hammer of the Gods” getting a bit sleepy. Maybe a massive plane helps with that. So I started drinking Iced Coffees, with no milk though. That’s not good for them ole vocal chords.” — Banners
“It’s hard to choose one since Curitiba is known for its coffee. There are so many good coffee shops! Recently my favorite coffee shop is Barista Coffee Bar. It’s part of the third wave coffee culture. The space has very clean aesthetics and you can choose what kind of beans you want! They have local, national and decaf beans that you can choose before they make you a cup! My favorite is the “Bueno”. It’s served in a glass cup traditional to Brasil and is a “Cortado” type drink in it’s coffee to milk ratio but also they can add peanut butter! It’s really a great spot to work or read or meet up with a friend!” – Winter
“Café Okay in Neukölln. Simply the best. The stuff is so friendly and just awesome, the coffee is great and the breakfast is heaven.” – Lxandra
“It’s a super cosy small livingroom/coffee shop and they have the best homemade cheesecake and carrotcake ever. I’d first take that one, then order a glass of Chardonnay and have the homemade soup later.” – Nina June
“Press Cafe is one of my favorite places to go and relax because the vibe is incredible. There is so much history and always amazing music. Favorite drink order would be Haitian coffee (Café Rebo) or natural leaf Haitian tea.” – Paul Beaubrun
“Small’s Coffee cause they are literally very small and only focus on making great coffee, and they are great people. I usually drink an americano with milk and honey.” — The Trews
“It’s in a great part of town and it has excellent coffee. Latte please, or whatever they recommend.” — Blood Wine or Honey
“I always opt for a ‘Science Coffee’ which is a Japanese-style drip cold brew. Super strong.” — Nic Pool
“It’s a wonder of a gluten-free bakery. The snickerdoodles and coffee cake are legendary.” — Nic Pool
“It’s an old fashioned but very popular place to drink coffee in downtown Bogotá. It’s not only about the taste but the environment of this place, you will feel [like you are] in Bogotá in the 30’s or 40’s.” – LADAMA
“I love Stephanie (the owner), she is amazing. Just let her recommend some specialty coffee. The lemon black tea with honey is awesome too.” – Lexi Lei
“Delicious fresh brews, locally owned. Stop in and see our own bass player and barista Jesus Iniguez and he’ll make you a delicious drink of your choice! He is great at latte art as well.” – Artificial Stars
“Unassuming exterior with a comfortable, eclectic interior. The walls are covered with the work of local artists and it’s a great place to link up with a friend for lunch or a quick meeting. They have some strangely named food, but it’s all good stuff. Try their iced coffee.” – Mark Kochen
“Locally owned, very friendly staff. Go-to order: Hazelnut Latte with Almond Milk.” – Emily Johnson Band