Where can I get great Seattle coffee?

John Roderick discusses Seattle’s spectacular coffee culture and where to get a good cup.

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Capitol Hill Visit Page
South Lake Union Visit Page
Fremont Visit Page
Lighthouse Roasters Small corner cafe known for roasting coffee beans onsite in vintage cast-iron roasters.
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Joe Bar Café Local coffeehouse and bar serving crêpes, panini, and salads in a bright, artsy setting with sidewalk seating options.
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Eastern Café Coffee, beer, wine, and gelato shop with a relaxing atmosphere.
Victrola Coffee Relaxed coffeehouse with vintage decor offering global coffees, weekly tastings, and pastries.
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Caffé Vita Pacific Northwest chain serving house-roasted coffee in hip, relaxed surroundings.
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Espresso Vivace Baristas prepare smooth espresso & lattes topped with foam art in an industrial-chic space.
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Caffé Umbria Upmarket espresso plus panini and pastries in a European-style cafe setting with outdoor tables.
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International District Visit Page

Seattle Marriott Redmond

  • Address: 7401 164th Ave NE, Redmond WA 98052
  • Neighborhood: Bellevue/Eastside
  • Phone: (425) 498-4000
  • Website: marriott.com

Watertown Hotel

  • Address: 4242 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle WA 98105
  • Neighborhood: University District
  • Phone: (206) 826-4242
  • Website: watertownseattle.com

MarQueen Hotel

  • Address: 600 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle WA 98109
  • Neighborhood: Queen Anne
  • Phone: (206) 282-7407
  • Website: marqueen.com