Wind Down or Perk Up With Local Coffee Shops
Find a new spot to start your morning or restart your afternoon!
Ah, the age-old ritual of grabbing coffee with a friend. Is there anything more restorative for both the heart and soul than good conversation and a cuppa joe?
Here in Bucks County, we’re lucky enough to have more than a few specialty coffee shops with hometown vibes that could give Starbucks a run for its money (though no disrespect to their Iced White Chocolate Mocha).
Whether you’re looking for a place around the corner from your office for a quick shot of espresso or have a little more time to laze around and watch the foot traffic, the next time you’re looking for a spot to catch up with a friend check out our list below.
Calm Waters Coffee Roasters
242 Mill Street, Bristol
Take the time to slow down and appreciate the good things in life at Calm Waters Coffee Roasters, a small specialty coffee shop and roaster in Historic Bristol Borough that offers a selection of local baked goods, a variety of bottled beverages and of course traditional hot/cold coffee and non-coffee beverages.
The Coffee Room
15 South State Street, Newtown
Serving coffee locally roasted by ReAnimator Coffee, Philadelphia and Calm Waters Coffee Roasters, their classic approach to coffee focuses on the love of the taste — you can drink it black — it’s that good. Or you can add locally sourced milk, soy milk or almond milk if you prefer.
1584 North Main Street, Warrington
After an afternoon of shopping at Valley Square, head to Cowabunga Café and try their Bucks County Light Blend, or if you’re looking for something stronger, their Jersey Devil Blend.
Homestead General Store
1650 Bridgeton Hill Road, Upper Black Eddy
Sit down to a fresh cup of brewed coffee in this 19th Century barn alongside the Delaware River, or take your coffee to go as you walk the adjacent Pennsylvania State Tow Path or explore the Delaware Canal State Park. The General Store has been in continuous operation since the 1830s and today is known for its namesake Homestead Coffee Roasters brand.
Johnson Hall Coffee House
3 Hulme Avenue, Hulmeville
This boutique family-friendly coffee shop serves artisan beverages and gourmet Leige Waffles and Crepes. Enjoy the warm and vibrant atmosphere featuring a rotation selection of paintings and photography from local artists. Top your Crepe with Apricot and Mascarpone Cheese for a sweet and fresh treat!
Langhorne Coffee House
102 South Bellevue Avenue, Langhorne
After an exciting (and maybe tiring) day at Sesame Place, head on over to the Langhorne Coffee House to unwind and refuel. They offer an extensive menu with many lunch specials during the week. Not only is their coffee locally roasted, but their breads, bakery items, and bagels travel just a handful of miles just about every day. Stop by for a boost to get you through the rest of the day. You can even bring your pup, as they proudly provide “puppy parking”!
12 South Main Street, Doylestown
Fan of fusion? This contemporary, Asian-infused Doylestown café rivals one you’d find in the Philadelphia neighborhoods of Fishtown and Northern Liberties. Grab a drip coffee and some Avocado Toast or a Holy Basil Breakfast Burrito, made with Thai-style eggs, pork stir-fry, Thai basil and jasmine rice.
Nonno’s Italian Coffee Parlor
6 East State Street, Doylestown
If you’re looking for that authentic Italian Coffee Parlor vibe, then this is the place to be. Brewers here create the ultimate experience in every cup of Benfatto coffee (Benfatto is, after all, Italian for “well made”) Nonno’s sources the finest beans from the world’s top coffee growing regions and roast them to perfection for delectable drinks.
Old Village Roastery
5812-B Lower York Road, Lahaska
Take a step back in time at this shop just outside of Peddler’s Village. Their beans are forge-roasted in small batches over an open wood fire. Try beans from all over the world, like the Americas, Africa, Asia and their Jamaican Blue Mountain blend.
Pretty Bird Coffee Roasters
7 South Main Street, Yardley
Located on Main Street in Yardley in a historic building that once served as a jewelry shop, Pretty Bird Coffee Roasters provides craft coffee in a relaxed yet upscale environment. Sip on specials like the Pistachio Vanilla Latte in winter, or opt for a classic Matcha Latte. Fun fact: the café turns into a sushi restaurant, Kawaii Tori Sushi, at night!
130 Almshouse Road, Suite 205, Richboro
Travel the world! This small batch roastery in Richboro serves bags to pick-up from worldly beans, like Costa Rica West Valley “La Paz” blend, or Honduras Organic Swiss Water Decaf Legacy Plantation blend.
Rise & Grind Coffee
1 N 7th Street, Perkasie
There is something truly special about a small town cafe. The aroma of fresh brewed coffee and breakfast sizzling on the grill. Being met with a smile at the door and a cozy place to unwind.
At Rise & Grind, you’re treated not just as customers, but neighbors. Come enjoy a fresh cup of La Colombe coffee and take a look at their menu of your favorite comfort foods.
Someday Café & Roastery
1400 Easton Road, Riegelsville
Someday Coffee Roastery welcomes wandering souls in need of a quaint place to take a break and fill their cup. Here you will find experienced baristas to craft your favorite drink, a chef to offer a fresh, locally sourced and delicious menu, including breakfast, lunch, baked goods, and their premise roasted organic coffees.
Stella’s House Blend Café
200 North Main Street, Sellersville
Stella’s serves up delicious breakfast and lunch seven days a week and they feature food grown by local farmers and artisan food suppliers. While you’re there, be sure to order a cup of locally-roasted coffee.
151 A Prince George Street, (Federal Street and State Road), Bensalem
Located near Broken Goblet Brewing, this cozy café serves delectable omelets, like the 0 Dark Thirty, that comes with home fries, pork roll, bacon, cooper sharp cheese and smothered in Andouille sausage gravy.
Featured image courtesy of Nonno’s Italian Coffee Parlor
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