Coffee lovers, rejoice! Downtown Phoenix has many coffee shops to choose from if you want a place to work, hang out, or just grab a caffeine boost. Here are 9 coffee shops to choose from in Downtown Phoenix.
Fair Trade Café: For everything from coffee drinks and whole beans to pastries and ice cream, this little café on Roosevelt Row has it all. Find out more about what they offer here.
1020 N 1st Ave.
Fillmore Coffee Co.: With locally roasted coffee, take a break or settle in for some work or studying at the tables or couches in this coffee shop. Locally sourced ingredients also make up the salads and sandwiches you can snack on. Learn more about the experience this coffee shop brings here.
600 N 4th St.
Be Coffee + Food + Stuff: With high-quality roasters and a rotating array of options, this shop has the standard selection you’ve come to expect (like cortados and espresso) and unique drinks (like a spicy cold brew and an island sunrise). Find out more here.
214 E Roosevelt St.
Songbird Coffee & Tea House: This historic house (built in 1904) has been remodeled to be a cute coffee shop to grab a pour-over or latte. Locally sourced and handcrafted, this small business partners with other small businesses for their coffee, tea, and kombucha supply. Find them here.
812 N 3rd St.
Hidden Track Café: Stop in for some unique coffee beverages, or browse their unique food items to take home with you. This coffee shop, bodega, and bottle shop combo is great to find items that are conversation starters. Learn more here.
111 W Monroe St.
The Grand: Located along the light rail, The Grand is a coffee shop, bar, ballroom, beer garden, and outdoor stage – truly a place to build community in Phoenix. However, because they want to encourage community and connection, you won’t find WiFi here. Learn more about what you’ll find at The Grand.
718 N Central Ave.
Cartel Coffee Lab: Grab a coffee or tea, a snack, or even lunch at the downtown location of Cartel. This location is one of many in Arizona, with additional locations in California and Texas. Cartel Coffee Lab even offers coffee subscriptions and gifts through their website. Find out more here.
1 N 1st St.
Press Coffee: Small batch roasted beans make the coffee at Press unique. The founders – and all their staff – are passionate about a good cup of coffee. The downtown location is one of many locations in the Valley. Learn about this coffee shop.
1616 N Central Ave., Ste. 102
Royal Coffee Bar: As a family-owned and operated coffee shop, Royal is in Heritage Square near the Arizona Science Center. Fresh coffee in a European style cafe setting creates a unique environment. Find the menu or see other locations here.
618 E Adams St.
These are just a few of the coffee shops in the downtown area. Try these, or any of the other local or chain coffee shops, the next time a caffeine urge hits.
*Note: some of these coffee shops are currently only open for takeout or have reduced hours due to COVID-19, so check ahead of time so you know what to expect when you visit.