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Created at June 10, 2020

Best Coffee Shops in USA

Coffee is life. A good cup of coffee can make you day. Here's a list of all the places that serve good coffee that can turn the most miserable days better.

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The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
4.7
(3)
2855 Stevens Creek Blvd, Santa Clara
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Coffee!! And that tiny little cute Cake on the side
Little Pearl
Little Pearl
4.5
(2)
921 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington
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As the little sister of perennial D.C. favorite Rose's Luxury, Little Pearl lives up to expectations. This minimal, cool coffee and wine bar set in an old carriage house in Capitol Hill is bright and airy, with smart gold accents, and draws chic tourists who've just made the rounds through Eastern Market
Café Curuba
Café Curuba
4.5
(2)
2626 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Coral Gables
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While the owner is originally from Colombia, she’s ventured away from traditional Latin coffee (see Juan Valdez above) and veered towards Italian-style traditionalism. This shop makes pan de bono with sweet guava filling, which is reason enough to visit, but opt to get your drinks to go, since the spot is tiny. As for the name, well, it’s Spanish for banana passionfruit. Lookie there, you learned something new.
La Marzocco Cafe
La Marzocco Cafe
4.5
(2)
472 1st Ave N, Seattle
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This Italian expert on espresso machines has been around for nearly 100 years and played a role in countless coffee shops, including Starbucks's original boom. This cafe/showroom in Lower Queen Anne is a worldwide first, and a perfect way for the company to honor the city it calls its home away from home.
Mister Block Cafe
Mister Block Cafe
4.5
(2)
2621 NW 2nd Ave, Miami
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This indie indoor/outdoor spot inside Wynwood Block is about to give neighboring Panther a run for its money. Come for the coffee (Counter Culture, here), but stay for the sweet decked-out terrace, products like Mast Brothers chocolate and Big Spoon Roasters peanut butter, and large homemade sandwiches and salads.
House of Per'La
House of Per'La
4.5
(2)
2626 Ponce de Leon Blvd Unit #3, Coral Gables
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Blown away by House of Per'La! Came in on a weekend to try something new and I almost never wanna eat anywhere else
Caffe Umbria
Caffe Umbria
4.5
(2)
320 Occidental Ave S, Seattle
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15 varieties of coffee
Panther Coffee - Miami Beach
Panther Coffee - Miami Beach
4.5
(2)
1875 Purdy Ave, Miami Beach
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This gleaming, industrial-chic space in South Beach has constant lines out the door for local craft coffee, from pour-overs and French presses to Japanese-style slow drips. The beans are roasted on-site, and coffee drinks are served alongside cookies, savory bites, wine and beer. Local artwork lines the walls, and free WiFi makes this the perfect work space.
Chinatown Coffee Co.
Chinatown Coffee Co.
4.5
(2)
475 H St NW, Washington
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This casual, cheerful shop is located in Chinatown, which makes it a convenient point of departure for visiting many of the city's museums, sporting arenas, and other attractions.
Grouchy John's Coffee
Grouchy John's Coffee
4.5
(2)
8520 S Maryland Pkwy Ste 100, Las Vegas
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Superb
Herkimer Coffee
Herkimer Coffee
4.5
(2)
7320 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle
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In true neighborly fashion, the staff here know regulars’ names, remember their orders, and will even let them pay later if they forget their cash. The mini chain also happens to make some of the best coffee in Seattle.
Mr. West Cafe Bar
Mr. West Cafe Bar
4.5
(2)
720 Olive Way, Seattle
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Marrying great coffee and lovely aesthetics, this super-hip, midcentury modern coffee shop/wine purveyor/eatery has become a staple downtown, in a neighborhood severely lacking inspired options
Juan Valdez Café
Juan Valdez Café
4.5
(2)
101 NE 2nd Ave, Miami
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If you can’t make it to Colombia, this is the next best thing. Not only are the new full-service shops simply chic and sustainable, they feature photography of the coffee producers and other cultural novelties.
ALL DAY
ALL DAY
4.5
(2)
1035 N Miami Ave, Miami
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One of the city’s best new coffeehouses is the progeny of Panther Coffee alum, Camila Ramos. The shop is sandwiched between The Corner Bar and Fooq's, and before you order, make sure you know the difference between wet or dry milked drinks -- as a barista is sure to ask which you prefer. Wet adds creamy, warm milk to your coffee, and dry tosses in thick froth.
Caffé Vita Coffee Roasting
Caffé Vita Coffee Roasting
4.5
(2)
1005 E Pike St, Seattle
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At this laid-back Capitol Hill cafe, customers can sit back, enjoy a well-made brew of their choosing with beans from an independent farmer, and watch the in-house roasting process of one of Seattle’s most famous coffee families.
Puroast Coffee
Puroast Coffee
4.5
(2)
632 S Miami Ave, Miami
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More than 25 years before Puroast’s flagship location in Downtown Miami opened, came the coffee shop’s signature brews. The brand, created in Southern California, is the product of brothers Kerry and Jim Sachs, who spent months abroad perfecting a single cup of coffee. Stop in and see for yourself.
Eternity Coffee Roasters
Eternity Coffee Roasters
4.5
(2)
117 SE 2nd Ave, Miami
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For a really long time, decades really, people downtown had to settle for boring old chain coffee spots. These guys changed the scene, and expectations, with their single-origin coffee, San Franciscan roasters, and overall seed-to-cup lifestyle. Pro tip: they offer free parking in the Ingraham Garage; just make sure to ask for the validation.
Peregrine
Peregrine
4.5
(2)
170 Charles St, Boston
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recently transitioned their coffee from Counter Culture to locally roasted
Maketto
Maketto
4.5
(2)
1351 H St NE, Washington
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Nearby Vigilante Coffee roasts Maketto’s coffee and runs their coffee operation upstairs. It’s one of the best lattes in the city and is home to the most Instagrammed drink in the city, their matcha green tea.
Potter's House Bakery and Café
Potter's House Bakery and Café
4.5
(2)
10 Chestnut Hill Rd, Rochester
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Their cappuccino rivals most.
SELINA BRAWLERS
SELINA BRAWLERS
4.5
(2)
2819 NW 2nd Ave, Miami
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One of the coolest coffee shops I've ever been to. The design is unreal, I've rarely seen a coffee shop and thought to myself..this is almost exactly how I would design it...this place nails it. I love the seating...comfortable..they have outlers.
Makeda & Mingus
Makeda & Mingus
4.5
(2)
4607, 153 N 78th St
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Makeda and Mingus is named partially for owner Prashanthi Reddy's rat terrier, and the shop welcomes customers' four-legged friends. Alongside some Indian fare and light snacks, Makeda serves delicious Seven Roasters Coffee (sometimes from the roaster himself) in a quaint Northside locale where "community" feels like more than a buzzword. Bonus tip: Try the golden milk latte, a recipe from Reddy’s childhood.
Lighthouse Roasters
Lighthouse Roasters
4.5
(2)
400 N 43rd St, Seattle
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Lighthouse-roasted beans can be found all over the city, but to get them at their source, customers should venture to upper Fremont. The company roasts small batches all day long directly in its little shop, which means the coffee is fresher than fresh.
Emissary
Emissary
4.5
(2)
2032 P St NW, Washington
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This Dupont Circle coffee shop prides itself on channeling a bit of the Swedish fikavibe: Think exposed brick, cozy couches, and little seating nooks that invite you to linger for a while for that much-needed late-afternoon break.
Zoka Coffee Roaster & Tea Company
Zoka Coffee Roaster & Tea Company
4.5
(2)
6204, 2200 N 56th St
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Zoka is one of the city’s great older school coffee shops, truly specific to Seattle. Opened in 1997, when people started clamoring to know where their coffee came from, this destination is still just as good as it was in the late days of grunge.
Vif Wine|Coffee
Vif Wine|Coffee
4.5
(2)
4401 Fremont Ave N, Seattle
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Are combination coffee-and-wine stores more than a gimmick? In this case, yes. Vif has won hearts in Fremont by creating an open, airy cafe serving espresso and pour overs from Olympia Roasting Co. alongside glasses and bottles of intriguing natural wine.
The Wydown Coffee Bar
The Wydown Coffee Bar
4.5
(2)
1924 14th St NW, Washington
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This too-cool-for-school coffee shop in Cardozo has a bright, airy feel, with lots of natural wood and chic herringbone floors.
Sound & Fog
Sound & Fog
4.5
(2)
4735 40th Ave SW, Seattle
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Minimalist coffee shop
Vice City Bean
Vice City Bean
4.5
(2)
1657 N Miami Ave unit c, Miami
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In between Wynwood and Downtown’s Arts and Entertainment District is a small, industrial-like space stocked with a wide array of java brews along with pastries and hot plates. The coffee shop doesn’t roast its own beans, but the owners, Ronald and Eva Baker, curate their most beloved blends from around the globe. Look for Madcap Coffee from Grand Rapids, Michigan or local brews from South Florida.
Victrola Coffee Roasters
Victrola Coffee Roasters
4.5
(2)
310 E Pike St, Seattle
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All four of Victrola’s locations are lovely, including the new Westlake Station spot, but this light-filled cafe on Pike St. also serves as roastery, training facility, and cupping room. That means every Wednesday at 11 a.m. the public can partake in a free cupping, or coffee tasting. It’s a good way to learn about the company’s prized single-origin coffees, though blends are also available.
Slate Coffee Bar
Slate Coffee Bar
4.5
(2)
5413 6th Ave NW, Seattle
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The Ballard coffee bar was Slate’s first official outpost; the company has since opened three more locations. Surprisingly, the tiny shop is not made for quick to-go ordering — like Slate’s coffee, it’s a place to savor.
MIAM - Wynwood
MIAM - Wynwood
4.5
(2)
2750 NW 3rd Ave Suite 21, Miami
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If you can’t make it to Eternity Coffee Roasters in Downtown, try Miam Cafe instead. The Wynwood-based coffee shop brews Eternity and makes a pastry featuring its coffee too. It's the coffee duffin, which is a doughnut/muffin hybrid, boasting a creamy center filled with sweet paste made from Eternity Coffee Roasters. Pair it with a cup of joe and you’re good to go.
Grace Street Coffee Roasters
Grace Street Coffee Roasters
4.5
(2)
3210 Grace St NW, Washington
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Grace Street, in Georgetown, is pretty straightforward: Responsibly sourced beans are roasted on-site, making up the base of drinks like pour-overs and siphon cold brews. Baristas are knowledgable and serious about their craft, so don't be afraid to tap them for a bit of beverage guidance.
Suite Habana Cafe
Suite Habana Cafe
4.5
(2)
2609 N Miami Ave, Miami
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best coffee and guava pastries ever
Milstead & Co.
Milstead & Co.
4.5
(2)
754 N 34th St, Seattle
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Milstead now calls a light-filled, airy space in Fremont its permanent home, and it’s truly a beautiful space to enjoy a cup. It takes the idea of the “coffee bar” to the next level, serving as part caffeine purveyor, part coffee educator, and all good. This multi-roaster cafe switches out coffee frequently, much like a great beer bar would with its draft list.
Cafe Darak
Cafe Darak
4.5
(2)
8665 W Flamingo Rd #105, Las Vegas
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Café Darak features retro decor complete with antique furniture, old model toys and a Volkswagen bus tent. The menu is vast and diverse, featuring coffees, teas, lattes, milkshakes and even shaved ice. Café Darak, open until 2 a.m., providing guests with a quirky and unique place to start their day or end their night.
Qualia Coffee
Qualia Coffee
4.5
(2)
3917 Georgia Ave NW, Washington
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Qualia feels more like your neighbor's comfy living room than an upscale coffee shop in Petworth—and that's totally fine with us. Their unabashed "no WiFi on weekends" policy makes them a destination for java-loving capital residents who don't feel like sitting amid a sea of laptops, fostering a strong contingent of regulars.
Analog Coffee
Analog Coffee
4.5
(2)
235 Summit Ave E, Seattle
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Analog Coffee is the quintessential hip coffee shop. It feels like the culmination of Seattle’s coffee waves: roasting Herkimer beans to perfection, offering cold brew on tap, and spinning records all day from the shop’s private collection.
Warsaw Coffee Company
Warsaw Coffee Company
4.5
(2)
815 NE 13th St, Fort Lauderdale
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From the guys behind Tap 42 Bar & Kitchen, this 3,800sqft (go big or go home) industrial-style behemoth features a roasting area, a scratch-pastry kitchen, a walk-up bar with pour-overs and espresso, and a drive-through that accommodates 11 cars. It's serving coffee by local roasters Argyle Coffee. Warning: the homemade Pop-Tarts sell out extra fast, so plan accordingly.
Compass Coffee
Compass Coffee
4.5
(2)
1535 7th St NW, Washington
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Compass's 7th Street outpost in Shaw—the first location of this District coffee mini-chain (and favorite)—is also home to their roaster, so the space is a touch larger than your average coffee shop. It's comfortable and inviting, with sprawling tables set up for coworking, and you'll see plenty of people doing that.
Swing's Coffee
Swing's Coffee
4.5
(2)
1702 G St NW, Washington
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Swings has been roasting coffee in nearby Alexandria for more than 100 years. It’s not as smooth as Ceremony Coffee, but it’s still a decent cup.
White Rose Coffee
White Rose Coffee
4.5
(2)
6246 SW 8th St, West Miami
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A very cute coffee shop in an odd location! Parking in the back and only a small door to signify the entrance.
Vigilante Coffee
Vigilante Coffee
4.5
(2)
4327 Gallatin St, Hyattsville
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Arguably the best local coffee brand in the DMV, they do all their roasting out of this flagship shop. Their coffee is perfectly brewed that it doesn’t need any extra add ins (there’s even a sign that says that at their condiment bar).
Oh My Gosh Brigadeiros
Oh My Gosh Brigadeiros
4.5
(2)
2205 SW 23rd Ave, Miami
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A great Brazilian spot for a cute coffee date
Tinta Y Cafe
Tinta Y Cafe
4.5
(2)
1315 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Coral Gables
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This Cuban-inspired spot is phenomenal. The space, which features mismatched and eclectic couches, tables, and accessories, offers everything from cortaditos and coladas to sachi-mochas and cafe con leche on ice. Pair a cup with its namesake sandwich -- el Tinta y Cafe -- topped with pulled pork and caramelized onions.
Elm Coffee Roasters
Elm Coffee Roasters
4.5
(2)
240 2nd Ave S #103, Seattle
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Lovely place
specialTEA Lounge & Café
specialTEA Lounge & Café
4.5
(2)
10766 Coral Way, Miami
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Don’t be fooled by this shop’s name. Its coffee game is strong too, thanks to items like iced Vietnamese coffee and the Dirty Grasshopper, a mix of coffee, mint, and Oreos. It also has tons of salads, sandwiches, and desserts on the menu to satisfy the hungry FIU crowd. We just need to start a petition for it to open on weekends.
Espresso Vivace
Espresso Vivace
4.5
(2)
532 Broadway E, Seattle
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Focusing on the Northern Italian style, Vivace has been praised with accolades from publications, celebrity chefs, and coffee enthusiasts around the world. At the three locations (two on Capitol Hill, one in South Lake Union), there's nary a cup of drip on the menu (customers can order an Americano, if that’s how they like their coffee), but rather a contender for the greatest cappuccino of all time.
Big Bear Cafe
Big Bear Cafe
4.5
(2)
1700 1st St NW, Washington
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The fairytale cobblestone patio and trellised grape vines make Big Bear Cafe, in Bloomingdale, a respite within the city; and while it's more of a sit-down situation at night, it's a great workspace during the day, equipped with good coffee and a solid menu of sandwiches and light bites.
Sospeso
Sospeso
4.5
(2)
1344 H St NE, Washington
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Named for a Neapolitan practice that loosely translates to "suspended coffees" (it refers to paying it forward by buying another patron's cup), this shop on H Street is a cute cafe by day, and a serious Mediterranean restaurant by night.