Craving Coffee? Here’s Where To Go in Belltown

Craving Coffee? Here’s Where To Go in Belltown

If you were born and raised in Seattle, you probably love coffee. If you’re a Seattle transplant, you’ll probably learn to love coffee soon if you haven’t already. While many people think only of Starbucks when they think of Pacific Northwest Coffee, our city is home to a wide variety of local artisans who brew a wide variety of unique craft coffees to suit the tastebuds of all coffee aficionados. Whether you like your coffee bitter or sweet, here are a few coffee shops to give a try (or become a regular at) in Belltown.

Drip City Espresso

If you spend time on the edge of Lower Queen Anne and Belltown or like to take lunch time walks through the Olympic Sculpture Park, Drip City Coffee is worth a visit. Their coffees will quench your caffeine craving whether you’re looking for an iced latte to cool down in the summer or a steaming Americano to warm up your winter. This community minded coffee shop has a great atmosphere, top notch coffee, and rotating beers on tap for those who’d like  a smooth transition between coffee break and happy hour.  With a wide variety of coffees available, tasty donuts, and great beer, you should definitely consider adding a trip to Drip City to your daily to do list.

Cherry Street Coffee House

With ten locations throughout Seattle, this family owned business offers high quality coffee and great food too. Whether you’re looking for a quick cup of drip coffee, fresh breakfast pastries, or a healthy soup and sandwich combo, Cherry Street Coffee House is a great choice. With locations on 5th and Denny, 1st and Clay, 1st and Lenora, and a few others, they’re a great work day stop for coffee, breakfast, and lunch.

Street Bean Espresso

If you’d like to provide a helping hand to your community and get a great cup of coffee, Street Bean might be your new go-to. This coffee shop located on 3rd and Cedar has great tasting, ethically sourced and expertly roasted products with a wide variety of options on their menu. Not only do they have great coffee, but they support a great cause. This coffee shop is a nonprofit whose mission is to provide street-involved youth the opportunity to build valuable career skills and take better control of their futures.

Moore Coffee Shop

If you’re headed Downtown from Belltown, Moore Coffee Shop should be your coffee stop. Known for their latte art illustrating everything from cats to Totoro, these baristas are true artists and coffee is their medium. If the latte art doesn’t intrigue you, their Waffle Menu just might. They offer over a dozen different kinds of waffles ranging from Strawberry shortcake to Caprese waffles. They also have a great menu of $6 sandwiches including ham and brie, roast beef club, and roasted chicken quesadilla.

Whether you’re looking for a quick cup of coffee on the way to work, cafes that serve expertly brewed coffee and beer, or a robust waffle menu, Belltown has a lot to offer. If you or your business is looking for an office space in Belltown, visit our website today or give us a call at 206-467-7600 to schedule a tour.

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