What’s brewing, CBUS? If you’re anything like us, you can’t start your day without a cup (or three) of coffee, so we’re here to share coffee shops and roasters around the city. ☕️
The Roosevelt Coffeehouse, Multiple locations
With locations in downtown (300 E. Long St. on the corner of 6th Street) and in Franklinton (462 W. Broad St. inside Gravity), Roosevelt offers ample seating, free wifi, and nearby parking spots. The menu features Roosevelt’s own coffee beans that come in three different brewing methods — drip, V60, and chemex — and plenty of espresso options ranging from Americano to lattes.
☕️ Did you know? Roosevelt partners with local and global organizations to support their fight for clean water and ending world hunger + human trafficking.
Stauf’s Coffee Roasters, Multiple locations
The menu stays fresh with limited batch coffees like the silky and mild Jamaica Blue Mountain roast which is available in-store or in-bulk. And for the avid coffee lovers in your life, check out the roaster’s choice subscription service where one pound of rare coffee beans are delivered to subscribers each month.
☕️ Pro tip: The Grandview Heights location has free parking in the back on weekdays.
Upper Cup, Multiple locations
This coffee shop features whole beans from all across the world including Ethiopia and Argentina which are available to take home by the half pound. And if you prefer cold drinks, options like the iced caramel latte are just as delicious as they are Instagram worthy.
☕️ Pro tip: For a quick breakfast under $10, City Editor Mitch recommends the egg sandwich breakfast combo with a coffee.
Fox in the Snow Café, Multiple locations
With large windows letting in natural light + plenty of greenery from plants, inside Fox in the Snow’s various locations is always an aesthetically pleasing adventure. The menu features fan favorites like the New Orleans iced coffee (similar to a cold brew) as well as mochas, pour over coffee, and coffee milkshakes.
☕️ Pro tip: City Editor Mitch recommends the giant and gooey cinnamon rolls made fresh every morning.
The Roaming Goat Coffee Company, 849 N. High St.
While you’ll find standard brewing methods like pour over and drip coffee, Roaming Goat takes its flavors to the next level with its specialty roasts. The firewater bourbon barrel aged roast is their most daring and popular blend + the butterfly blend features notes of milk chocolate, almond, and peaches.
☕️ Pro tip: Roaming Goat also offers green coffee which is made from ingredients like walnuts and fruit + is decaffeinated.
One Line Coffee, Multiple locations
Looking for more rare blends of coffee? One Line has a roast from all across the southern hemisphere including countries like Colombia, Costa Rica, Kenya, and Peru. To keep things fresh, the coffee shop roasts small batches of its beans each week + options like the honey latte showcase what a difference these efforts make.
☕️ Pro tip: Ask about the Kyoto Drip Towers on your next visit — these are used to make some of the best cold brew in the city.
Looking for more coffee in CBUS? Check out the Coffee Trail from Experience Columbus.