Despite the enormity of great coffee in Manhattan, it can still be difficult in certain areas to find a great stop later in the day. Sadly, not all New York City cafes are created equal, and especially for those who enjoy an evening cup of lovingly-crafted joe, it can be hard to locate a provider. Fortunately, the quality coffee scene grows stronger and shops are expanding like wildfire, but in the meantime, there is one place in particular that always seems to be nearby when needed: Birch Coffee.
In Grand Rapids, MI, The Sparrows coffee shop is home to great brews and interesting periodicals.
A favorite Detroit coffee spot, Astro serves up an rotating selection of roasts in their energetic cafe.
Bill finds a Phoenix airport coffee operation that takes refueling to a whole new level.
Bill finds a great coffee stop in Philadelphia right off of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway at Peddler Coffee.
Bill finds a stunning shop slinging great coffee in the the beautiful land of Portland.
Bill heads outside of Portland to Mt. Hood and finds a coffee gem along the way.
Bill travels to the southern New Jersey beach to find one of the area’s first, great coffeehouses.
Bill heads out to Springfield and finds a great coffee house in the town square.
Bill Walsh heads to Washington D.C. and finds a coffee joint with character and great baked goods, too.
Patience pays off as Bill is finally able to make a long-awaited visit at Quills Coffee of Louisville, KY
Bill Walsh visits Missouri and finds a coffee shop not only with a hardcore logo, but a bean that backs it up, too.
It may be weird to tell people that greatness lies in a basement of a Missourian alley. However, Shortwave is greatness in coffee form.
Bill Walsh passes through gorgeous Ithaca, New York and hits the stupendous coffeehouse called The Shop Cafe for a supreme cup of joe.
Bill descends upon Nashville, TN for a visit to its haloed coffee haven and cultural garden Barista Parlor.
The new Greenstreet coffee bar still had that comfortable feel of an old neighborhood cafe. Try their espresso for a luscious pull.
Brilliant coffee and beverages, the East Village coffeehouse has set itself apart. Even more impressive, is a tasting menu they create in the small space.
Coffee and gelato go hand in hand, and this concept has become common in the US. Discover the decadence and sweet fairs of Pitango’s gelato and espresso.
Serving great coffee and pouring a wonderful selection of teas, Steap and Grind of Philidelphia offers a beautiful place to relax or purchase premium beans.
For a taste of international coffee in the US head to Budin. Regardless of price, there are a variety of complex roasts available that must be tasted.
Quench your caffeine thirst with a bottle of ice coffee. This smooth coffee has notes of stout, banana, and orange, but without a bitter aftertaste.
Our resident coffee expert Bill Walsh slurps up some joe at The Warehouse, New Jersey.
Bill Walsh reviews teas bursting with flavor, but without chemicals or sugar.
Bill walsh explores an all-natural coffee joint in Manhattan, Smiles To Go.
Bill Walsh reviews the Raleigh brewer’s full bodied stout and Larry’s Beans coffee.
Honest Cooking’s coffee house tester, Bill Walsh, experiences skillful brewers at Cafe Moka.
Bill Walsh’s review of Booskerdoo, a New Jersey roaster that displays a variety of coffee blends.
Honest Cooking’s coffee house tester, Bill Walsh, experiences a satisfying palate cleanser at Bowery Coffee, New York City.
A sweet coffee from Nicaragua exemplifies the benefit of valuing coffee origins – and the appeal of coffee tourism.
A bohemian-style shop in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia serves up quality coffee.
Bill Walsh reviews a coffee from San Diego that is full of rich sweet notes and a pleasant brightneess.
A charming neighborhood coffee shop offers some of the best coffee in South Jersey.
Decent coffee in a cute shop with altruistic intentions located in Orlando, FL.
A coffeehouse nestled inside a nursery and homegoods store offers equal parts charm and quality coffee.
Try this Danish-inspired coffee cocktail that’s spicy and not too sweet on a brisk autumn night.
Lowest Price Coffee strives to offer flavorful, fresh coffee for cheap, but how does the taste stack up?
Both locations of the Chicago mini-chain Dollop Coffee serve top notch coffee in a charming setting.
Kava Cafe serves top notch coffee in a setting that has access to a rare city courtyard in lower Manhattan.
If you’re in need of a coffee destination, or just a stop on your morning walk, make one of Bow Truss Coffee Company’s locations a pin on your Chicago map.
If you seek a great cafe with great coffee, hunt down Sit and Wonder in Brooklyn, New York.
The shop owns a simple exterior that leads inside into a warm interior, with wood tables, black chairs and ample lighting.
If you’re in town for a conference or for different strokes, meander over to Overflow.
A coffeehouse that does not encourage congregating is one doomed to fail. Sure places like drive-thrus survive as a grab-and-go, but that’s an exception.
Fluid fluidly delivered great coffee and hosts what seems like a great spot to congregate.
If you’re in town, make sure to stop by this Denver gem.
Sifting through Seattle’s coffee scene can be, at times, more work than one would expect.
Resident coffee geek Bill Walsh tries out the Crema Coffee House. Read all about this, and many other coffee related stories right here.
Bill Walsh gives us a splendid Irish Coffee recipe in honor of the looming-right-around-the-corner Saint Patrick’s Day.
Of all the coffeehouses in Vermont, one of the few coffeehouses roasting their own beans is a cafe called Black Cap Coffee Roasters.
Bill Walsh tries out Hudson Coffee Traders in Kingston, New York.
Bill Walsh is deeply impressed with Scratch Bakery in Durham, North Carolina.
Bill Walsh reviews the Medium Signature Roast from Don Tomas Coffee.
Bill Walsh gives the Keemun Black Tea and Monkey Picked Oolong from Chinese tea purveyor Teavivre a spin.
Bill Walsh tries a trio of coffee from the Chesapeake Bay Coffee Roasting Company.
Bill Walsh checks out the popular Artifact Coffee in Baltimore.
Forget not your favorite coffee and tea establishments when buying for those you love.
Honest Cooking’s coffee house tester Bill Walsh finds a haven of coffee purity in Pure Fare.
Honest Cooking coffee house tester Bill Wash discovers the curious coffee nebula of Wormhole Coffee in Chicago.
Burlington proves to be a great haven for great coffee at Maglianero.
The outer reaches of San Francisco holds a great eatery (for food AND coffee) in Outerlands.