With almost three hundred coffee shops in Seattle, this city has one of the highest ratios for coffee shops per capita in the whole country. Obviously, this is a lot to choose from so we have narrowed down the top ones for you, to save you the headache of trying all nearly three hundred for yourself, with our list below of the best coffee shops in Seattle
Storyville Coffee Company
This coffee shop was opened as the owners had an obsession with crafting the perfect cup of coffee, and they have been serving such a masterpiece ever since its inception. As well as unbelievable coffee, you can also order specialty teas, and choose from their range of handmade sweet treats. This coffee shop is a great size with a lovely atmosphere. As a bonus, if the coffee is exactly what you wish you had every day, you can also buy the coffee beans they use, for your enjoyment at home.
Address: 94 Pike Street
Ste 34, Pike Place Market
Seattle, WA 98101
Moore Coffee Shop
This family-owned coffee shop has some of the most highly ranked coffee and cakes in the city. Their reputation precedes them, and they have even been rated number 2 by the Food Network for their coffee a few years ago. Every day Moore Coffee Shop strives to deliver fresh products and excellent customer service, and the family element really shines through.
Address: 1930 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
This bright and airy open space is the ideal environment to catch up with friends or use it as a working area. The drinks menu has a good range, and the coffee is always roasted perfectly, with them taking great pride in always roasting a flawless batch. As well as the drinks you can pick up a snack, including their infamous croiffle (a cross between a croissant and a waffle), which is a good way to try something completely new.
Address: 1600 7th Ave
Ste 105, Seattle, WA 98101
Capitol Coffee Works
This is a cute little gem to stumble across, it is not overly noticeable from the outside, but inside it is bright and full of character. This coffee shop has a wonderful cheery vibe to it and is a nice place to sit and relax. The coffee is second to none, and more importantly, Capitol Coffee Works insist on fairness along the bean chain, meaning all coffee served has come from fair trade farmers.
Address: 907 E Pike Street
Seattle, WA 98122
The inside doesn’t have the most inviting look, but what Milstead lacks in character, it makes up for in coffee and service. The customer service is top-notch, leaving you with a lovely feeling of being welcome, and the coffee is some of the best in the city. There are other drinks that can be ordered, but their coffees are their specialty, insisting on doing whatever it takes to serve only the best.
Address: 754 N 34th St
Seattle, WA 98103
Of course, if none of these take your fancy then there are a few hundred other places you could try, however, we are fairly confident that every cafe on this list has the potential to be your new go-to spot.
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