Coffee Shops

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  • Arctos Coffee & Roasting Co.

    1923 N. Hamilton Spokane - East


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  • Atticus Coffee

    222 N. Howard St. Spokane - Downtown


    Right beside the iconic Boo Radley’s is the appropriately named Atticus. This heavenly scented wonder brews delicious coffee drinks that tingle every taste bud and makes sandwiches inspired by the flavors of France all wrapped up in a setting that would satisfy any To Kill a Mockingbird fan. (July 2013)
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  • Brews Brothers

    734 W. Sprague Ave. Spokane - Downtown


    This coffeehouse is located right next to the bustling downtown transit plaza, yet it somehow manages to feel like a cozy refuge from all of downtown’s craziness. Comfy chairs, Wi-Fi, and of course coffee and delicious pastries make this an ideal place to drop into, waiting for the bus or just passing by. (July 2013)
  • Bucer's Coffeehouse Pub

    201 S. Main St. Moscow/Pullman


    Somehow studying for an English final is more palatable with a latte in hand, hunched over a table at Bucer’s. You might even start up a conversation with that cute co-ed sitting next to you. Good thing Bucer’s also serves up a great selection of microbrews, wine and fabulous desserts. Should that study break turn into a full-blown date, you can swoon to live music most nights and then split a root beer or a Guinness float. (July 2013)
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  • Cafe Affogato

    19 W. Main Spokane - Downtown


    Mon-Thu, 7 am-8 pm; Fri, 7 am-11 pm; Sat, 8 am-11 pm; Sun, 8 am-4 pm
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  • Calypsos Coffee & Creamery

    116 E. Lakeside Ave., Coeur d' Alene Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    Known for their in-house roasted coffee, Calypsos is often overlooked as an eatery. But the truth is that the coffeehouse serves an awesome sandwich alongside your Americano. A veggie-friendly favorite combines hummus and a pile of fresh sprouts, green peppers and tomatoes. Meat lovers will enjoy a number of grilled paninis. Try a salad, sample the soup of the day, and make sure to finish your meal off with a scoop of Calypsos' soft-serve ice cream (another often-forgotten facet of the coffee shop's menu). (March 2013)
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  • Cedar Coffee

    701 N. Monroe Spokane - Downtown


    Specialty coffee shop serving Roast House and Mandala Chai in Spokane.
  • Cedar Street Bistro

    334 N. First Ave. Sandpoint


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  • Cedar Street Bridge

    334 N. 1st Ave. Sandpoint


    It looks and feels like an indoor, European market, sometimes bustling, other times timeless and peaceful. The cafe inside is the ideal place for a little nibble in between shopping the Bridge. Or check out the new gallery which overlooks the hubbub. Owner Shery Meekings was poised to open a printing business when artist Stephen Padgett approached her about the bridge location, which another artist, Dan Earle, had previously used to organize informal ArtWalk showings. With its abundant light and rustic-but-warm log interior, Meekings instantly saw the potential. This is one of the nicest places in town.
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  • Celebrations Bakery

    713 W. Garland Ave. Spokane - North


    Whipped cream atop a cupcake? Sure! Celebrations reimagines cupcakes with flavors, frostings and toppings that feel like a party in your mouth. Try the Banana Split, a fragrant banana cupcake filled with strawberries and topped with a swirl of whipped cream, chocolate syrup and, of course, a cherry. (July 2013)
  • Chocolate Apothecary

    621 W. Mallon Ave. Spokane - Downtown


  • Coeur d'Alene Coffee Co.

    418 E. Lakeside Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


  • CorkHouse

    1400 N. Meadowwood Ln. Liberty Lake


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  • Daily Grind Uptown

    421 W. Riverside Ave., Ste. 207 Spokane - Downtown


    The friendly staff and tasty food at this tucked-away spot make it a staple for downtown worker bees. All baked goodies - like scones and delicious apple-oat bars - are made from scratch daily, and they'll whip up a full array of espresso drinks on demand. For lunch, there are deli and panini sandwiches, wraps, a daily special, salads and soups like chicken chili and crab bisque. Try the Paulsen panino: roast beef, cheddar and horseradish aioli. The Daily Grind is worth the trek up to the skywalk level of the Paulsen Center. Eat there, or grab your to-go order and dine al desko. (SH)
  • DOMA Coffee

    6240 E. Seltice Way Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


  • Evans Brothers Coffee

    524 Church St. Sandpoint


  • Evans Brothers Coffee Roasters

    504 E. Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


  • Fine Brewed

    507 W. Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    Ditching her drive-through espresso stand on Idaho's busy Highway 95, Renee Bordelon discovered the perfect location to open up her dream coffee shop. Hot or iced drinks, shakes, smoothies, even fresh-pressed juices — Fine Brewed has got it all. For those seeking something with a little more of a kick, grab a sake cocktail, all-you-can-drink mimosa, a glass of wine, or one of nine rotating beers on tap. (Nov. 2015)
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  • First Avenue Coffee

    1017 W. First Ave. Spokane - Downtown


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  • Flowery Trail Coffeehouse

    4 W. Webster Ave., Chewelah Rural Eastern WA


  • Forza Coffee Co.

    2829 E. 29th Ave., Ste. B Spokane - South


  • Forza Coffee Co.

    325 S. Sullivan Rd. Spokane Valley


  • Great Harvest Bread Co.

    2530 E. 29th Ave. Spokane - South


    The inside’s not glamorous — just a seating area surrounded by what is obviously a full-fledged bakery. But therein lies Great Harvest’s charm: eating a sandwich on fresh-baked bread. Besides that, there’s an espresso bar and fresh-baked muffins, cookies, and other pastries to be enjoyed along with lunch. (July 2013)
  • The Green Frog Cafe

    100 E. Main St., Palouse Rural Eastern WA


    The Green Frog Cafe's tag line is "It's All Good." Seems to be the case. This cafe is all about sustainability and community involvement. Co-owners Tiana Gregg and Paula Echanove use regional barley, lentils and hummus as staples, and support community art and music. Every Thursday they have live music and Friday is open mic night. The menu is straightforward: All salads, $7. All sandwiches, $6.75, made with bread from Wheatberries bakery in Moscow. And now they're offering mini-pizzas too, for $8. It really is all good. (February 2013)
  • Grumpy Monkey Coffee & Bakery

    2102 N. Fourth St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls


    Caleb Duke and his wife Nicole named their coffee shop Grumpy Monkey to stand out a bit from other shops, and of course to give people something to laugh about when they came in. When the Dukes opened Grumpy Monkey — a spacious yet cozy café — in December 2013 with the help of their family, they came up with a list of "favorites" for the drink menu to go along with the cappuccinos, lattes, mochas and other coffee shop staples (sizes: 8, 12, 16, 20-ounce). For a little bit of a kick with your coffee, there's the cayenne mocha ($2.95-4.45), a mixture of dark chocolate and cayenne pepper. For a fruity flavor, try the Eighth Wonder of the World ($3.30-4.80), a banana and coconut mocha. Or go for the Ape Escape ($3-4.50) with white chocolate and almond. (2014)
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