Looking for the best, most piquant cup of coffee the Emerald City has to offer? Well, look no further! Here are some of the most divine and tasty coffee shops in Seattle.
Zoka – With two locations nestled in the hearts of the Wallingford District and the U-District, Zoka Coffee Roaster & Tea Company has award-winning baristas and one of the tastiest espresso blends found in the Greater Seattle metro area. Zoka also won the coveted 2008 Roaster of the Year award.
The Original Starbucks – Located on Pike Place, right across from the popular Park Place market complex, the original Starbucks coffee house has become somewhat of a tourist attraction itself. Since it's located in a historic district, the shop looks every bit the same as it did when it first opened in 1971.
Victrola – Their whipped cream made from scratch, infused with vanilla bean, and topped on their plain shot of espresso may just be heaven in a cup. The baristas at Victrola are also well-known for their coffee art, beautiful and creative milk drawings and writing.
Caffe Ladro – The Caffe Ladro Espresso Bar and Bakery is well-known for its inventive and tasty blends, such as the Yankee Dog … an Americano plus a shot of cappuccino foam. And with 13 locations throughout Seattle, you're never to far to drop in for a flavorful cup of joe.
El Diablo Coffee Co. – As Seattle's only Latin style coffee house, El Diablo is continuously serving up their signature hot (and cold) Cuban java. With myriad rave Seattle ratings under its belt, its eclectic atmosphere, comprised of colorful hand-painted murals and authentic Latin music, is ideal for getting down to work or just catching up with friends.