Yes, that's the slogan for milk but you can put that in your coffee, right? Coffee is fuel to make the human engine run and multiple filling up stops is a regular activity for some. Here are a few spots around the city that brew it hot, do it fast and get you going - in the most notable fashion.
Consistently amazing smelling of sweet and savory baked goods, bread and roasting coffee drinks. Idea for a lunch drop during the week to miss the mad rush of tourists in the market over the weekend. Croissants, always croissants.
Some like it hot, real hot coffee. Unique and open shop with quick service and amiable staff. Breakfast and lunch options are a plenty and affordable.
Home to Keala and Seven Coffee Roasters, this vintage coffee shop and grocer is a gem tucked into the sleepy streets of Ravenna. Wholesale beans, northwest wine and beer selection and locally baked artisan pastries.
Textbook hipster location on the outside, but built on solid coffee drink foundation of consistently good stuff. Grab a cup, settle into a nook with a book or a laptop and enjoy the always good tunes and the haters at the table next you whining about the selection.
Straight-up, naturally sweet, precisely built coffee drinks - from lattes to drip with speedy and diligent service and friendly faces behind the counter. Expect a line but not to wait long.
Hands down best macaroons in the city - light, airy and delectable. Patio seating for optimal city people watching, Parisian street food like brioche and buns, creamy lattes and inviting staff.
Organic and brewed just right, this shop has plenty of table space, quick WiFi, caring and knowledgeable service table and, of course, on-point coffee drinks. Pastries are also known to hit the spot.
Sage latte? Yes please. Towering tube of beer? Okay! Local and hard to find wines by the glass? I'm there! Enjoy for breakfast (pancakes to omelets), lunch (artisan meat boards and Neapolitan pizzas) and dinner (house-made pasta and pairing specials).
Neighborhood loft ideal for a cup o joe, $1 PBR can, cheap wine, seasonal crepe or hearty sandwich. Plan to wait - they have a tiny kitchen.
Reminiscent of a coffee shop from San Francisco, this hipster-laden joint stays true to it's NW roots with Stumptown coffee (as well as beans offered to-go from other local roasters) and locally made grub. Try an Americano to get the true essence of the drink and a seasonal bread.
Coffee drinks, juices, house-made smoothies and solid sandwiches that come from a miniature kitchen, this is home to the Space Needle bottle opener and solace for Fremont hippies along the Burke-Gilman Trail so ride on in.