Charlotte, NC

Start your day in Wesley Heights

Jerome Quentzel

CHARLOTTE, NC - The beginning of the day can determine how your day will pass. If you start the day with bad vibes, it's possible that the rest of your day will not achieve maximum results and vice versa. Here are recommendations of places you can visit to start your day in Wesley Heights.

Wesley Heights or also known as FreeMoreWest is a blooming neighborhood around Uptown of Charlotte filled with trendy eats and drink stalls or gourmet grocery stores. Even so, among the many coffee shops and breakfast joints, Not Just Coffee - Jay Street is one of the places we recommend you try.

Not Just Coffee has been established in 2011 and has served the best quality of coffee to the community ever since. in collaborations with Homeland Creamery and Counter Culture Coffee, Not Just Coffee serves a variety of coffee drinks, whether its manual brew, pour overs, a hip and delicious espresso beverages.

Not Just Coffee is also known for its good service and its friendly staff and baristas. If you are a fan of strong and black coffee, you will be in love with their Nitro Cold Brew. You can also try their Caramel Latte for a milk-based coffee drink. If you can not handle too much caffeine but still want to feel energized, we are advised you to take a sip of their Bhakti Ginger Chai.

If you are the type of person who is always in a rush, then Cuplux is a perfect match for your need. You can grab your morning coffee in a fast way using their drive-thru services since they only serve their coffee this way. You can also order their coffee online.

After feeling pumped up once the caffeine is kicking, you should follow your morning routine with breakfast. Stop by Rhino Market & Deli to grab a quick breakfast menu that can fill your tummies. They provide good qualities of locally made food and baked goods for you to try.

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