Ann Arbor, MI

Recommended places to study in Ann Arbor you won't regret going

Sherrie Williams

ANN ARBOR, MI - Do you need a good, quiet, and comfortable place to study? Here are 5 recommended places to study in Ann Arbor you should visit.

1. Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea

Known for its refreshing French Vietnamese Au Lait and Ice Dragons, Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea has three locations downtown. Two of the locations, 604 E. Liberty St. and 123 W. Washington St., close between 11 p.m. and midnight, depending on the day, while the one at 407 N. Fifth Ave. in Kerrytown Market & Shops closes around 10 11 p.m.

2. Poindexter (Graduate Ann Arbor)

Poindexter is open Monday through Sunday until 8 p.m. inside the Graduate Ann Arbor. The cafe is in a cozy setting, with a long wooden table and old-school chalkboards perfect for studying while sipping coffee.

3. Starbucks

The three Starbucks cafes downtown stay open late and open early, despite the fact that they are a chain. The location at 300 S. Main St. is open from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m., while the locations at 222 S. State St. and 1214 S. University Ave. close at midnight and reopen at 5:30 a.m. Grab a PSL and a stack of books!

4. The Common Cup

It makes no difference if you're a student, a graduate student, or a professional, you'll enjoy coming here to study, meet, work, and relax. Whether you're stopping in for a quick coffee or settling in for a long study session, The Common Cup will greet you with a fantastic atmosphere and the best menu to brighten your day.

5. Black Diesel Coffee

Black Diesel Coffee is a "third wave" independent coffee shop that specializes in single-origin and loose leaf teas. It's known for its fantastic coffee, student-friendly hours, and on-site roasting facility!

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