Coffee is the universal language of the morning, or maybe the afternoon as a kickstarter or an after-dinner treat. Whether you’re in Vegas or a more rural part of Nevada, the Battle Born State has just the thing for you in a convenient location. Check out these 10 superb coffee shops in Nevada.
This coffee shop isn’t only serving up delicious cups of java, but breakfast and lunch options. Described as an “old-school counter and booth setup” with classic American treats, locals love Sparks. With a welcoming staff and atmosphere, it’s worth stopping into this spot.
Why make two trips for cold dessert and coffee when you can get the best organic coffee with a scoop of amazing artistically-created ice cream? The fact that the owners encourage guests to relax over coffee, ice cream or both while working via their Wi-Fi is even better. It's like a childhood dream coming true to work from an ice cream shop with a grown up coffee shop twist.
This 24-hour coffee shop is a center of their community with them welcoming everyone including your furry companions. They serve amazing coffee but also spotlight things you won't find other places like menu items featuring childhood favorite Nutella. You have not lived until you have enjoyed a Nutella White Mocha while your pup snacks on a yummy treat by your side! The baked goods like the French macaroons are made in house and are simply amazing.
A fun and upbeat spot to enjoy a great cup of coffee and some local artworks, this shop is simply a cool little hangout away from the fast pace of Las Vegas. The decor is as inviting as one of their overstuffed chairs by a nice fire in the colder months. Whether you like your coffee hot or whipped up into a frozen drink, this is an enjoyable get away.
The two owners of this local legend know how to brew and enjoy the perfect cup of coffee. They also know how to take that coffee on the road for any event in their coffee house of wheels in the form of their branded trailer. While you may not think you want to set out to be grouchy, try the Grouchy John with a mix of perfectly brewed coffee, creamy white chocolate and amaretto.
This micro-chain of three shops and a roastery is a jewel of Reno. They take coffee to the next level with innovative products like their Nitro Cold Brew which is the perfect boost of coffee when it's just too hot to drink it steaming. The three locations offer something for everyone from the university feel of a local hang out to the more upscale eatery. The food menu is also worth exploring as it is unique and often updated to focus on classic food with the best ingredients.
The Bocca Park location was the first of three to come to Las Vegas and truly the flagship location. This is a little slice of European classic coffee in the middle of the desert. You can almost feel yourself transported to the streets of a far off land and a different approach to life as you appreciate the deep brewed cup of wonderful. The menu items also match this feel with small plates and pastries you don't find everyday.
Combine amazing Latin flair with a steaming, well prepared cup of coffee and you have this gem of Las Vegas. The menu is something you may not associate with a standard coffee shop but that's part of what makes this one of the best in the area. The combination of fresh Latin styling and steaming coffee make this a choice destination whether you need a morning pick up, a fun lunch spot of even a cool date spot.
The modern yet homey feel to this coffee oasis is just one of the things that sets it apart as far as being a cool little coffee shop. The amazing pastries are another thing that put the Mothership in a class all it's own. The coffee is well made and locally sourced with the menu items being just as high of quality. You will find this is a great spot to people watch and interact with the hip locals as well.
Coffee with a conscience sums up the fair trade, and organic coffee and tea served as this little spot. The food menu follows suit with options including vegan, organic, vegetarian and more. They take their coffee seriously and also at the same time take their carbon foot print serious as well. The diverse nature of the offerings have something for just about everything and at the end of the day a cup of coffee you can feel good about drinking.