Coffee Shops in Seattle


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  • Kafe Berlin
    Six Things to Know About Kafe Berlin Go to a certain part of First Hill, and you’d swear you were in Germany. That’s thanks to the German Society building, which was first built in 1898. While much of the building stays closed off to various groups and organizations, the general public can always find a few slices of central Europe inside Kafe Berlin. Here’s what to expect once inside: German flavors define the menu. Specialities include kielbasa and other German sausages; red and blue kraut; and more German deli food—along with other deli favorites that know no culinary borders. The coffee is local... Baristas brew Tony's organic and fair-trade coffee, which comes from Bellingham. ... and so are the pastries. A new assortment of baked goods—from croissants to strudels—arrive by way of local bakeries each and every day. They sell deli meats and cheeses by the pound. To-go orders are the norm. This is largely due to Kafe Berlin’s small space, though some chairs sit outside and a few side tables line the window. Round is the most delicious shape. For proof, just look to Kafe Berlin’s 10 flavors of granola wheels (or Berliner Wheelies).
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    613 9th Ave
    Seattle, WA US
  • Black Rock Coffee Bar
    At locations dotted all over the Pacific Northwest, Black Rock Coffee Bar’s baristas dazzle patrons' taste buds with their simple and elaborate coffee creations. Served in ink-black cups emblazoned with their understated lowercase logo and red stars, their hot drinks range from brewed coffee to chai-tea lattes to flavored mochas. The baristas infuse the mochas with extras—including white chocolate and caramel to create the caramel blondie and hazelnut to concoct the blackout mocha, which, unfortunately, will not make you black out for the entire workday. On the chilly side of the menu, their blended drinks include shake-like delights made sweeter with Oreos, mint chips, and chai, as well as smoothies and icy coffee granitas.
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    14313 Aurora Ave. N
    Seattle, Washington US
  • Cherry Street Coffee House
    Cherry Street Coffee House displays local art, hosts live music, and holds events at each of its locations. Steam rises from blends of house coffees, forming the shape of perfume bottles that spritz the cafes with the aromas of Brazil nuts and dark cocoa. A medley of coffee beans from Papua New Guinea and Central and South America flavor the signature espresso, which guests can enjoy in between bites of house-made breakfast bagels, quiche, pastries, sandwiches, soups, and salads. Cherry Street's kitchen staff supplies a list of ingredients, highlighting which vibrant dishes are vegan, contain dairy and nuts, or plan to transform into dairy and nuts.
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    1223 East Cherry Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • Bird On A Wire Espresso
    In Focus: Bird on a Wire Espresso Vibe: Friendly neighborhood coffee shop Specialties: Raven’s Brew coffee flown in from Alaska, as well as hot or iced espresso, pastries, soups, and sandwiches Bonus treats: Beer, wine, and housemade italian sodas (or fizzes, as they’re called here) What to expect: A bit of a wait. Service is slower than at most corporate coffee shops, but the carefully brewed drinks are well worth it. Outdoor seating: Sip your brew from a quaint plastic lawn chair on the sidewalk patio. WiFi: Free Ideal patron: A die-hard fan of Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds—an avian motif dominates the design scheme of the small space.
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    3509 SW Henderson St
    Seattle, WA US
  • The Wandering Cafe
    Each crowd-pleasing trio comes on a reusable platter that is handy for later serving B-list house guests. The Wandering Caf? asks that customers call 48 hours ahead. Home delivery costs extra (call for more information, as pricing varies by area), but The Wandering Caf?'s highway-convenient location makes pick-up easy.
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    7533 Lake City Way NE
    Seattle, WA US
  • Blend Urban Juicery
    To expand their shop's offerings beyond just protein shakes, Presley Thompson and Marjorie Miller, proprietors of Blend Organic Juicery, turned to Kickstarter. Buoyed by the overwhelming community support their campaign received, they set to work rehauling their shop in Ballard and opening a second location Downtown. New coolers and juicers have enabled them to craft an expansive menu of smoothies and juices, all made with local and organic ingredients that are carefully curated to be healing, restorative, and also tasty. Made with organic fruit, vegetables, and superfoods such as kale and chia seeds, the drinks are packed with nutrients and boost energy better than a shot glass of diesel fuel. The liquid side of the menu is complemented by salads and quinoa bowls, and all of the shop's offerings are raw, vegan, and gluten-free.
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    5443 Ballard Ave N
    Seattle, WA US

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