Five Must-Visit Coffee Shops in Lower Queen Anne

Five Must-Visit Coffee Shops in Lower Queen Anne

If you’re a professional in Seattle, you’re probably some degree of a coffee addict. Whether you’re an Americano person or more of a Vanilla Latte connoisseur, if you live or work in Lower Queen Anne, you’re in luck. If you already frequent the area or are looking at an office space in the neighborhood, put these five coffee shops on your must-visit list.

Uptown Espresso

Located on just south of Queen Anne Ave North and Mercer, Uptown Espresso is top notch. Priding themselves on being a home to Seattle’s first flannel wearers and grunge-music listeners, they’ve been bringing this neighborhood quality espresso since the early 80’s. Their variety of options ranging from quality classic drip coffee to their signature Velvet Foam, makes them a great coffee shop for a quick cup of Joe or for hanging out all day alike.  

Caffe Ladro

Caffe Ladro in Lower Queen Anne is another great coffee shop. Offering both a wide menu of coffees, wholesale products and other treats, this signature Seattle cafe is well worth a visit. Their menu also includes a number of pastries and desserts made fresh everyday, so if you’re looking for some tasty croissants or mouth watering danishes to go with your latte, Caffe Ladro should be on your list.

La Marzocco Cafe and Showroom

If you want to expand your coffee horizons without leaving Lower Queen Anne, La Marzocco Cafe and Showroom may be your new go-to. This great coffee shop in the KEXP building at Seattle Center showcases monthly rotating coffees from across the country and around the world. From exotic Italian flavors to homegrown roasts, La Marzocco is well worth a visit.

Caffe Vita

If you’re looking for a classic Seattle coffee shop who promotes sustainable operations and ethical sourcing, Caffe Vita should be your next stop. From rural Colombia to indigenous communities in Papua New Guinea, Caffe Vita brings high quality flavors from around the world to their stores. They also strive to do their part to support the local communities from which their coffee beans are sourced. From their first store on Lower Queen Anne just a few blocks north of Seattle Center, to their national locations in New York and beyond, their coffee is worth a try.

Citizen Coffee

Located on Taylor and Roy, Citizen Coffee is another great option.  This cafe offers a top notch menu of food and beverages, so whether you’re looking for a quick breakfast, great tasting crepes, tacos, and more, Citizen Coffee has a lot to offer. If you’re near Seattle Center and looking for a great place to grab a meal, this cafe should be your next stop.

Whatever your job, if you’re a professional in our rainy city, coffee is most likely a daily staple. If you or your business is looking for an office space in Lower Queen Anne, visit our website today or give us a call at 206 467-7600 to schedule a tour.

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