Your Guide to Coffee Shops

For many people, coffee shops serve as a third space between work and home where we get more than just our daily jolt of caffeine. Coffee shops are places where we work, meet friends, and enjoy great food. Below are a few of the top coffee shops in San Antonio.

If you are looking for a coffee shop with the highest quality coffee then you are looking for Brown Coffee. Brown Coffee is the place for those who care about the quality of their coffee just as much as the jolt it provides.

If you are looking for a busy coffee shop where you can meet new people then Local Coffee is the place for you. With three locations throughout San Antonio, Local Coffee is known for being full of people and a positive vibe. You can easily bring a book with the intention to read but spend your time talking to the people you meet. Cheers!

If you are looking for a coffee shop where you can work quietly then Estate Coffee or White Elephant are the best places. These coffee shops are both off the beaten path but offer a great atmosphere, friendly service, and high-quality coffee. The ideal places to knock out those tasks you’ve been delaying.

If you are looking for a coffee shop that also serves something a little stronger than coffee then Rosella is your best bet. With two locations, this coffee shop is the place to go when you need a glass of wine or beer to follow your coffee. Their newest downtown location even has a full bar! Say hello to the perfect locations for all your first dates, committee meetings, and weekend relaxation.

If you are looking for a coffee shop with food served all day long then swing by Halcyon. Halcyon not only serves great coffee but cocktails and food as well. They are consistently updating their menu to reflect the season and offer great bites such as the loaded tater tots or a set up to make your own s’mores. You can even grab brunch on the weekend. Yum!

If you are looking for a coffee shop with sweet treats then La Panaderia or Cuppencake is the ideal location. Cuppencake boasts made-from-scratch baked goods alongside their espresso. If you are looking for the best Pan Dulce to enjoy with your coffee then La Panaderia is the place. Is there a better combination than coffee and sweets? I didn’t think so either.

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