Caffe Umbria merges Italian finesse with truly exquisite coffee blends and single-origin sourcing. The Seattle-based brand has cafes in Portland, Chicago and soon, Miami.
Seasonal coffees are named after song lyrics from Phish to Bob Marley, and coffees are divided into three different genres – ambient, mainstream and experimental.
Philadelphia's biggest coffee roaster has 30 cafes across the country. They're known for pioneering innovative canned coffee drinks like the nitro cold brew lemonade and oat milk draft latte.
Common Room Roasters offers a seasonal menu of Australian-style craft coffee drinks along with delicious breakfast and lunch bites.
The sign at the door of Calvin Fletcher's says "All Are Welcome Here," and that inclusive ethos (plus excellent coffee roasted on-site in their teal 11-lb roaster) has defined the company since they opened.
French Truck's blend of Colombian & Brazilian coffee with chicory makes for the smoothest cold brew in town, which is then shaken martini style with crushed ice and cream-on-top milk.
Loyal Coffee roasts their beans downstairs at the Ivywild School, and they offer a "dis-loyalty card" encouraging guests to visit a number of other locally owned coffee shops.
Sustainability is at the heart of One Line Coffee, and the team personally visits mills and farms they source from to verify the sustainability of economic and physical conditions at origin.
The Black Star cold brew at Rising Star Coffee Roasters packs a serious punch, and the cardamom bomb latte is a signature here too.
Sightclass uses single-origin coffees and blends thoughtfully sourced from Mexico, Honduras, Ethiopia, Kenya, Colombia, Papua New Guinea and Guatemala.
Storyville makes just one signature blend (and a decaf blend), sourced from three continents. The best surprise of all? If you're visiting at the right time, every day they bring out Theo Chocolate cake fresh from the oven.