3 Trip-Worthy Coffee Spots Hiding in Livingston County for Your Next Fall Adventure

Coffee / Tea, Drink, Food & Drink


Written by SOB Creative

Published on October 10, 2022

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Photo courtesy of Visit LivCo.

Western New York is full of locally owned coffee shops to fall in love with (and trust us, we have). 

From the city to the suburbs, we are lucky to be surrounded by incredible coffee spots. But if you’re looking for something new and different, take a quick road trip to Livingston County. 

Livingston County is only about an hour drive from the city of Buffalo and it’s full of dining destinations worth exploring! Plus along the way, there are tons of opportunities to take in the breathtaking changing leaves happening this time of year! 

If you’re coffee lovers, like us, here’s 3 local coffee spots that are well worth the drive: 


Photo courtesy of Visit LivCo.

1. Milk & Honey Cafe in Lima (7294 W Main St, Lima)

You can find this local cafe right on Main Street in Lima. They have a brand-new espresso machine and they are serving seasonal lattes! From pumpkin to apple, they have all the fall flavors. If you’re a fan of super seasonal beverages, ask for their Autumn Spice Latte! 

Photo courtesy of Visit LivCo.

2. Cosmic Charlie Cafe in Geneseo (2 School St, Geneseo)

This brand-new food truck in Geneseo sets up in the parking lot of Sunrise Bouldering, which is just steps away from the SUNY Geneseo campus. You’ll find a variety of specialty coffees on their menu, including a creamy and fragrant cardamom latte. If you like lattes, ask for the Cardamommy when you visit them! 


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3. little Lake Brewing in Lakeville (5857 Big Tree Rd, Lakeville)

From brewing beer to roasting coffee, this place crafts all of their own beverages. Their single origin coffee is roasted on site and brewed fresh daily. If you’re looking for something caffeinated and boozy, ask for their Cozy Oat Latte. This 21+ oat milk latte has a splash of Black Button Distilling’s Bourbon Cream in it. 

As the official tourism promotion agency for Livingston County, Visit LivCo. is the local resource to share what the region has to offer. If you’re looking for more recommendations, visit their tourism website or follow them on Instagram and get exploring the region!

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