Cafes in Watertown

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Over the past year, CamRock Cafe & Sport—in partnership with the Village of Cambridge and Capitol Water Trails—has transformed the Koshkonong Creek from a tricky maze of fallen trees into a clear and gentle waterway. Situated on the shore of the creek amid miles of meandering snowshoeing, mountain-biking, and cross-country-skiing trails, the café ensures that its clientele doesn't need to look far for something to do. The staff helps visitors take advantage of the terrain with bike, boat, gear, and Go-Go-Gadget 'copter rentals. Hosted events bring people together to explore the trails via bike and listen to live music back at the café, or take part in a yoga or spin class. After guests return from a sojourn, the café supplies them with more than 100 craft beers, toasted gourmet sandwiches, and Alterra coffee from the food and drink menus.

217 West Main Street
Cambridge,
WI
US

Dunn Bros Coffee roasts all its beans on the premises in small-drum roasters to ensure peak freshness and optimum aroma. The coffeehouse's friendly and java-obsessed baristas distill globally sourced beans from sustainable farms far and wide into a comprehensive menu of beverages for customers seeking a jump-start (a large coffee costs $1.80). Those looking for caffeination domination can receive $3 off any one-pound bag of in-house roasted coffee ($12–$15) when they show their Groupon. Springier palates may opt for the cool temperatures of a blended-fruit smoothie ($4.30). A smattering of sweet pastries and baked goods provides delicious brew-dippers alongside more savory offerings of sandwiches ($4.50), muffins ($1.89), and other filling edibles.

1463 Capitol Dr
Pewaukee,
WI
US

Cafe De Arts Roastery was established in 2009 as a family owned and operated European coffee house and micro-roastery, roasting all of our coffee on site, and is located in the beautiful historic downtown Waukesha, WI. Along with being a micro-roaster, our European-style coffee house offers several other wonderful items !!

136 E Saint Paul Ave
Waukesha,
WI
US

Named after the early-morning first shift for crew aboard seafaring vessels, First Watch ensures chefs arrive at work with the rising sun, chopping fresh produce, baking muffins, and mixing french toast batter each day. As guests arrive, perky servers greet them with an entire pot of Sunrise Select coffee, as well as the morning paper and free WiFi. Since 1983, First Watch’s carpe-diem philosophy has spread to more than 100 locations across 13 states, pleasing crowds with thin, sweet crepes and fluffy whipped eggs, hash brown skillets, and enormous multigrain pancakes. Recently placed at the top of a Consumer Reports list of best family restaurants, First Watch takes the customer experience seriously. Chefs focus entirely on crafting nourishing sunrise feasts and midday meals, shunning afterthoughts of steaks and burgers for edible masterpieces of omelets, belgian waffles, homemade biscuits, and wholesome lunch salads and sandwiches.

17550 W Bluemound Rd
Brookfield,
WI
US

Here at Le Cakery all of our delicious cakes are baked on-site, from scratch, using the finest, freshest ingredients. We will work with you to create a custom designed cake to reflect the theme of your day. Or choose from our favorite flavor combinations.

13320 Watertown Plank Rd
Elm Grove,
WI
US

The baristas at The Java Train brew up chalices of soul-bolstering coffee and prepare a menu of edible sidekicks, including pastries, sandwiches, homemade soups, and ice cream. Espresso, which has been scientifically proven to increase energy levels and the frequency of foam mustaches, awakens morning senses in a bevy of incarnations, such as cappuccinos, café mochas, or lattes ($2.99 for a 12 oz.; $3.79 for a 16 oz.). Breakfast sandwiches ($3.99 each) layer meat, eggs, and cheese on english muffins or bagels to muffle morning stomach grumbles, and signature sandwich creations ($6.95 each), such as the Roundhouse—a succulent amalgamation of horseradish-slathered roast beef, avocado, and red pepper bookended by tomato-herb focaccia bread, fulfill lunch quotas during midafternoon breaks. Conclude coffee conversations and food-based meals with scoops of ice cream in a cup or cone ($1.59 for a single; $2.29 for a double). The Java Train provides free WiFi for computer-equipped patrons to enjoy between sips, chews, and caffeine-induced yodels.

4825 N 132nd St
Butler,
WI
US