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Downtown Phoenix has the highest density of coffee shops in the Valley, with energized places to work, hang out, and savor crafted sips. Find your new favorite place to espresso yourself at these coffee shops in Downtown Phoenix.
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Ride your bike to this Roosevelt Row hangout and stay awhile. Of course, the cafe sells fair trade coffee brews and whole beans. However, you’d be remiss if you didn’t try their tasty pastries and handcrafted ice cream.
Location: 1020 N. First Ave.
Not only does Ingo’s have signature coffee drinks like their Golden Honey Latte, but their cold brew is steeped for 24 hours, and they also serve breakfast all day.
Location: 101 E. Washinton St.
Three words: coffee ice cubes. A latte from here will give you the jolt you deserve.
Location: 50 W. Jefferson St. (in Cityscape)
Owned by a 17-year-old local entrepreneur, this is a coffee lab and flower shop in one. Pick up one of their signature lattes and a bouquet. You deserve it.
Location: 618 E. Adams St. (Teeter-Carriage House in Heritage Square Park)
This is a good spot for a fast coffee on the go. Their outdoor kiosk will have you in and out in minutes.
Location: 2 E. Jefferson St. (in Cityscape)
This cute and cozy coffee shop is new to Downtown. Stop by for a warm welcome and a warm cup of coffee.
Location: 101 E. Buchanan St.
Located in the historic Luhrs City Center, Serafina Coffee prides itself on having the very best coffee: fair trade, locally roasted, small batch Arabica beans, all hand-blended for a sublime coffee experience. And you can’t resist their gooey cookie for an afternoon pick-me-up.
Location: 45 W. Jefferson St.
Each cup of coffee here is made with care. The upscale restaurant also has a selection of breakfast pastries.
Location: 2 N Central Ave.
You never know what the baristas are experimenting with here, but we guarantee you will love every drop.
Location: 214 E. Roosevelt St.
This art-centric coffee shop has local art on the walls and art brewed into every cup of coffee. It is a great quiet place to get away from the busy city.
Location: 100 W. Portland St.
Like the tracks not listed on an album liner, Hidden Track Café offers specialty food and beverages that extend beyond what you’ll find in chain retail and grocery stores. Try their horchata iced coffee or Japanese cold brew made daily. While you’re there you can also pick up some fine cheese, Noble Bread and pair with a bottle of wine and beer from the Hidden Track Bottle Shop next door.
Location: 111 W. Monroe St.
You’ll know that your drink was carefully curated at Cartel — with each roast hand-selected by a green buyer. Grab a fresh-baked pastry or grab-and-go lunch at the coffee shop on the corner of Washington and First Streets.
Location: 1 N. First St.
Woah — we love the grab-and-go options at Dapper & Stout. On the left: the “dapper morn bagel sandi” with scrambled egg, cheddar and a sausage patty on a perfectly toasted bagel. Complimenting the savory sandwich is the indulgent mocha blended frappe, which is a perfect drink to cool off in the Phoenix summer heat.
Location: 201 E. Washington St. #102
Press believes that every cup of coffee has a story to tell. With meticulously sourced beans and small-batch roasting, you can be sure that every sip is brewed to perfection.
Location: 200 E Van Buren St.
Downtown Phoenix is also home to three Starbucks locations for those who are committed to the chain (no shame).