Food & Drink

Seattle Coffee Guide: Coffee Shop Combos

Find unique blends at These Seattle shops where sipping is no longer a singular obsession

By Seattle magazine staff December 31, 1969


Bring Fido for a cup of joe where dogs and their humans can mingle with their coffee (roasted by Caffe Vita) in the Hound Hang Out Café located next door at GREAT DOG. Canine-less customers are also welcome to their own haven right inside BARK! 11335 Roosevelt Way N.E. 206.364.0185


Sipping, shipping and shopping are all on the menu here where you can find the perfect gift, have it expertly packaged, gift wrapped and shipped in a jiff all while enjoying your favorite drink. The full service espresso bar serves Caffe Vita brew and house made eats both sweet and savory. Multiple locations including 1752 NW Market St. 206.789.4488

Here’s a reason to stop dreading your next visit to the dentist chair—complimentary espresso! The friendly staff doubles as Baristas and serve up your favorite drink from the reception area espresso bar, while you wait or “to-go” when your appointment is over. 6725 Greenwood Ave. N. 206.284.2483

Try one of the celebrated white coffee drinks here, then make the most of your caffeine jolt and drop a few quarters in the back game room on some old-school arcade faves like Pac-Man, Tetris and three vintage pinball machines; Wizard, Space Mission and, of course, Sureshot. 4505 University Way N.E. 206.632.3100

If you’re of the DIY variety, hone your inner-barista at this little gem that specializes not only in repair, but also machine and accessory sales. The experts here also roast their own organic Sumatra and varietals to order and sell Zoka coffee at the in-house espresso bar—at a fair price! 6501 Phinney Ave. N. 206.789.9513

This little walk-up café serves Hairbender Espresso and is tucked in the corner of OUCH MY EYE art gallery, among chandeliers made of recycled paper coffee cups and other rotating local art on display in the open gallery space. 1022 First Ave. S. 206.588.1647


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