Those looking for more of an atmosphere than a drive through will be glad to know that Buffalo is home to a number of awesome coffee shops.
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Overwinter Coffee is known for exclusively serving single origin and single estate coffees coffee that you can drink black. But if black coffee isn’t your jam, no worries because they have plenty of flavor syrups you can choose from.
You might be surprised to learn about a few of these and all the good stuff (and vibes) they have to offer!
When the warm weather hits it’s always a treat to have your coffee outside. Here’s our guide to legit coffee shop patios in WNY.
Bubble tea is *super* hot right now and getting bubble tea with your friends is ~always~ the move.
Whether you’re team iced or hot, here are some of the best coffee shop recommendations from our readers.
The former manager and baker from Sugar Street Cafe is opening up her very own business in the same location, and you’re going to love it!
Using a name that would make your grandma blush and having a logo that is essentially a hipster pirate skeleton sends a strong message: Things are a little bit different, maybe a little bit dangerous here.
Maybe that’s the most unique thing about Public Espresso locations: They look like a destination, but they somehow pull off an everybody-knows-your-name neighborhood feel.
New Tipico location adds alcohol to the menu as well as partners with Compass House to create a safe place for youth support.
These urban coffee shops around Buffalo offer the ideal atmosphere for jumping on the books and getting your study sesh on.
Just because it’s hot out does *NOT* mean we’re canceling our daily coffee. Here’s where to get the best iced coffee in WNY.
Remedy House officially opened its doors on Nov. 20, and we’re already in love.
After opening in the Hotel Lafayette lobby back in 2015, Public Espresso + Coffee’s long-term pop-up was all about that hygge: dim lighting, dark wood, cozy confines, plush seating options, hot brews and heavenly baked treats. Just over two years later, the local...