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10 Best Seattle Cafes

  • 400 N 43rd St, Seattle • Fremont
    Kelsey Lockard - Great Coffee. Favorite place to have coffee with friends/mentors but they do not provide Wifi.
    Tom Laramee - Lighthouse is where I buy all of my home-brewed coffee. Their "Lighthouse Blend" is great in a french press.
    Suzanne Vetillart - Lighthouse and it's community are amazing. I love being able to see my coffee freshly roasted in the cafe.
    recommended by Micah Simler
  • 2200 N 56th St 6204, Seattle • Wallingford
    Amy Woidtke - I have always loved the cozy space at Tangletown Zoka. I spent many a day there working remotely in the "upstairs" area. Just a quick walk to the lake for a break too! Great food and coffee too of course!
    recommended by Katherine Tully
  • 6015 Phinney Ave N, Seattle
    Adam MacBeth - Amazing pastries!
    Steve Carver - Great pastries, perfect coffee, and super friendly staff
  • 8210 35th Ave NE, Seattle
    Gina Tran - They make their own whipped cream!
    Cassie Walker Johnson - Great service, great coffee!
  • 425 15th Ave E, Seattle
    recommended by Katherine Tully
  • 754 N 34th St, Seattle • Fremont
    Tom Laramee - Andrew & Co have been serving up some of the best coffee in Seattle for several years now. It's my favorite local coffee shop (which is saying a lot given how much competition there is). I love going in and choosing one of their three daily offerings - I'm never disappointed.
  • CenturyLink Plaza, 1600 7th Ave 105, Seattle
    Adam MacBeth - My favorite coffee shop downtown. Great coffee and amazing pastries. Get the quaffle!
  • 171 S Jackson St, Seattle • Pioneer Square
    Piper Casey - Favorite Pioneer Square coffee stop
  • 1517 14th Ave, Seattle
    Rand Fishkin - Around the same time my previous startup (Moz) got into the software business, Porchlight Coffee opened on Capitol Hill. Zach Bolotin, the founder, was in the shop day and night, working harder than I did on my company, and surely for less pay (at least, after we got venture-funded). But every time I walked into his cafe, Zach was an absolute delight. No matter how busy or empty, rainy or sunny, the barista/entrepreneur was a ray of joy, even on rough days.

    Oh, and the coffee? Superb. Pick up a pound of their Drip Blend for $14. Maybe grab a few art prints or mugs while you’re at it. Anyone with a modicum of nostalgia for the Seattle of decades past will love it.
    Nishant Jain - This is super cool
  • 8410 5th Ave NE, Seattle
    Shannon Garbaccio - This is our go to spot! They have amazing baked goods, do a great job on kiddos drinks and crepes! The staff is friendly and quick. And they participate in Joe, so you can order and pay on line and do a contactless pickup!

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