50 States of Coffee Shops
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Panther Coffee: Miami, Fla.
Panther Coffee in Miami’s hip Wynwood neighborhood is only a quick 90-minute flight from Guatemala City. The easy access to Latin America makes developing direct-trade relationships with farms easier, and also means a diverse clientele of international coffee lovers, some who hail from the very same towns that grow Panther's coffees. Inside the shop, along with the hum of a vintage pre-World War II Probat coffee roaster, you can hear so many languages that it's easy to forget you're only a few minutes from Miami Beach.
Photo courtesy of Jonathan Hernandez
Go to: Panther Coffee
Cocoa Cinnamon: Durham, N.C.
Go to: Cocoa Cinnamon
Onyx Coffee Lab: Bentonville, Ark.
Go to: Onyx Coffee Lab
Artifact Coffee: Baltimore, Md.
Go to: Artifact Coffee
Cafe du Monde, New Orleans, La.
Go to: Cafe Du Monde
Black Bear Coffee House: Denali Park, Alaska
Go to: The Black Bear
Cafe Volan: Asbury Park, N.J.
Go to: Cafe Volan
La Colombe: Philadelphia, Pa.
Go to: La Colombe Coffee Roasters
Publik Coffee: Salt Lake City, Utah
Go to: Publik Coffee Roasters
Blue Bottle: San Francisco, Calif.
Cuvée: Austin, Texas
Go to: Cuvée Coffee Bar
Daylight Mind: Kona, Hawaii
Go to: Daylight Mind
Slow by Slow: Boise, Idaho
Go to: Slow by Slow
Beantowne Coffee House: Hampstead, N.H.
Go to: Beantowne Coffee House
Stumptown Coffee Roasters: Portland, Oregon
Aside from perhaps Seattle, there's no city in the country with a greater wealth of coffee than Portland. Shops like Barista stand out as examples of perfectly executed neighborhood cafes, and the coffees of boutique roasters like Heart and Coava are carried in discerning shops nationwide, which speaks to their quality. But there's one company whose coffee footprint overshadows them all. It's Stumptown, a roasting operation and chain of cafes that gambled on opening in an old burned-down hair salon back in 1999, only to become one of the most-ubiquitous coffee brands in the country. Fittingly, their most-popular coffee remains the Hair Bender Espresso, named in honor of the previous tenants.
Go to: Stumptown Coffee Roasters
Tandem Coffee Roasters: Portland, Maine
Go to: Tandem Coffee Roasters
Dark Matter: Chicago, Ill.
Go to: Dark Matter
Blue State: New Haven, Conn.
Go to: Blue State Coffee
Sunergos: Louisville, Ky.
Go to: Sunergos Coffee
Spyhouse: Minneapolis, Minn.
In the past 16 years, Spyhouse has become a Minneapolis institution. Each of its four cafes spread throughout the city has its own personality, but the one not to miss is Spyhouse Central. Built into the 100-year-old former home of a mattress company, it's an homage to the early 1900s, with reclaimed wood from Central Wisconsin and a selection of prime antiques from the owner's personal collection. If your budget allows, spring for one of their Imperial Reserve coffees like their current Honduran bean, which was crowned the very best of that country's crop. Or, if added flavors appeal to you, try the Spygirl, which features housemade lavender syrup and honey harvested from hives located atop neighboring buildings.
Photo courtesy of Wing Ta
Go to: Spyhouse
Foolish Things Coffee Company: Tulsa, Okla.
Lantern Coffeehouse & Roastery: Sibley, Iowa
PT's Coffeehouse: Topeka, Kan.
Go to: PT’s at College Hill
Lamplighter Coffee Roasters: Richmond, Va.
Go to: Lamplighter Coffee Roasters
Barismo: Cambridge, Mass.
Go to: Barismo
Milktooth: Indianapolis, Ind.
Go to: Milktooth
Madcap: Grand Rapids, Mich.
Go to: MadCap Coffee Company
Devoción: Brooklyn, N.Y.
Go to: Devoción
Cups Espresso Café: Jackson, Miss.
Go to: Cups Espresso Cafe
Mothership Coffee, Las Vegas, Nev.
Go to: Mothership Coffee
Barista Parlor: Nashville, Tenn.
Go to: Barista Parlor
The Mud House: St. Louis, Mo.
Go to: The Mud House
Omaha Bicycle Co.: Omaha, Neb.
Go to: Omaha Bicycle Co.
Press Coffee: Scottsdale, Ariz.
Go to: Press Coffee
Compass Coffee: Washington, D.C.
Go to: Compass Coffee
Iconik Coffee Roasters: Santa Fe, N.M.
Go to: Iconik Coffee Roasters
Twenty Below Coffee Co.: Fargo, N.D.
Go to: Twenty Below Coffee Co.
Revelator Coffee: Birmingham, Ala.
Go to: Revelator Coffee
Phoenix Coffee Company: Cleveland, Ohio
Go to: Phoenix Coffee Company
Jackson Hole Coffee Roasters: Jackson Hole, Wyo.
New Harvest Coffee and Spirits: Providence, R.I.
Go to: New Harvest Coffee & Spirits
Black Tap Coffee: Charleston, S.C.
Go to: Black Tap Coffee
Coffea Roasterie: Sioux Falls, S.D.
Go to: Coffea Roasterie
Uncommon Grounds: Burlington, Vt.
Starbucks Reserve Roastery: Seattle, Wash.
Go to: Starbucks Reserve Roastery
Octane: Atlanta, Ga.
Go to: Octane Coffee
Colectivo Coffee: Milwaukee, Wis.
Go to: Colectivo Coffee
Novo Coffee: Denver, Colo.
Go to: Novo Coffee
Brew Haha: Greenville, Del.
Go to: Brew Haha
Wild Joe's Coffee Spot: Bozeman, Mont.
Go to: Wild Joe's Coffee Spot
Daily Grind Unwind: Martinsburg, W.Va
Go to: Daily Grind Unwind