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The Coffeeshops In St. Louis You Must Try

Kyle Smith
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Coffee lovers, this is for you. The best of the best in St. Louis. There are some fantastic coffee shops in town and I'm excited to share with you these amazing locations.

Blueprint Coffee

Blueprint Coffee is a coffee bar and specialty roaster that focuses on making great coffee from the very start. Blueprint Coffee consists of three different locations in St. Louis with different names. The Delmar Coffee bar is on Delmar Avenue, the Watson Coffee Bar is on Watson Road and the High Low Coffee Bar is on Washington Blvd. There are new coffee blends introduced all the time and even a pay-as-you-go subscription where you can have coffee sent right to your home.

We have traveled the country and are always on the lookout for coffee of excellence from a local small business. They are hard to find with the quality and taste of Blueprint. Quality coffee, friendly staff, some good breakfast items as well! Their vegan banana bread was some of the best sweet bread I’ve had! If you love coffee, Do yourself a favor and stop by! Kathryn56

Learn more about Blueprint Coffee here.

Comet Coffee

Comet Coffee was borne of independence and a strong desire to create a space where coffee is cherished and fun. The owners describe themselves as geeks and nerds and silly people who just really love coffee. Since the shop has St. Louis roots, the store was named after from the grand Comet rollercoaster. The coffee is fantastic. All coffees are hand-brewed to order using a V60 pour-over, so it takes 3-5 minutes for a cup. But it's absolutely worth the wait!

I was in town for a quick visit and a friend suggested a cup of coffee from Comet. What a great experience! The coffee was good, the staff was great and the chocolate chip cookie was out of this world! I could have sat there all day. James L.

Learn more about Comet Coffee here.

Park Avenue

Park Avenue Coffee began in Historical Lafayette Square and now features four locations. Park Avenue air-roasts their coffee with great care to ensure the best possible cup. There are Park Avenue even features a St. Louis Blend that combines a subtle sweet nuttiness with a clean brightness. There are many other blends available such as the Park Blend, espresso and the Guatamala blend.

We are from out of state and had to come try!! I had a vanilla latte and my fiancé had the peanut butter frappe!! We shared a blueberry muffin that was better than any I’ve had before. Everything was fresh and warm, and the service was super friendly! Kaprout
You can learn more about Park Avenue here.
Have you tried coffee at these locations? Which is your favorite?

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