Bill finds a stunning shop slinging great coffee in the the beautiful land of Portland.
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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.
Decent coffee in a cute shop with altruistic intentions located in Orlando, FL.
If you’re in town for a conference or for different strokes, meander over to Overflow.
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.
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 checks out the popular Artifact Coffee in Baltimore.
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.
A quick way to froth milk and create a coffee shop-like cup of caffeine right at home.
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.
Ports Coffee & Tea of Manhattan offers a nice place to dock for great coffee in Manhattan.
Bill Walsh discovers that Minneapolis holds a great coffee outfit called Urban Bean.
Look no further than Ipsento Coffee House and Roaster for great coffee in Chicago.
Bill Walsh finds a great coffee experience at Rustica Bakery in his travels in the Twin Cities.
Bill makes a pleasant visit to Chicago coffee roaster and cafe Asado Coffee.
Our coffe tester Bill Walsh runs into Bull Run Roasting Co in Minneapolis.
Stable yourself for a moving coffee experience at San Fransisco’s Stable Café.
Bill banks on Alaska Coffee Roasting Co. – a Fairbanks original and finds it splendid.
Bill finds a nice respite for coffee at the Flying Squirrel Bakery Café in Alaska’s quaint village of Talkeetna.
Bill finds Quixotic Coffee in St. Paul to be exactly what he was looking for.
Bill finds Anchorage’s oldest coffee roaster a decent stop for the local and tourist alike.
The Culinary Institute of America not only makes good chefs, it makes a good cup of coffee.
Bill finds a great coffee roaster at De La Paz’s future bar.
Bill Walsh falls upon a fair oasis of coffee on the Strip.
For those looking for a no-fuss espresso machine, can their be quality?
Turns out Santa Claus’ House has more to offer than just milk and cookies.
Bill Walsh barks up the pleasant Dogwood Coffee tree.
Bill makes spies a fine cup of coffee at Sightglass Coffee in San Francisco.
Bill discovers a golden fleece in St. Paul’s Black Sheep.
While the ambiance rocks, Bill finds SteamDot only mostly good.
A small beach coffee bar provides a decent caffeinated reprieve.
In Las Vegas, Bill finds a fancy sushi operation that takes their coffee seriously too.
Bill sings the praises of Kopplin’s Coffee in St. Paul.
Bill takes a trip to Seward, Alaska and almost passes up a caffeinated jewel.
Bill finds a stellar coffee and wine bar in Old Alexandria.
Walking through Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Bill finds that Vosges does a far better job with their chocolate than their espresso.
On a good tip, Bill finds a quality coffee establishment in the most unlikely place.
Bill travels north to Anchorage and finds a splendid coffeehouse despite low hope.
Bill travels to Vegas’ downtown to find a coffee location that dances to the beat of good coffee.
Even if coffee isn’t exactly what made Sin City famous, Sunrise Coffee Co turns out to be a reason to leave the Strip for an hour or two.
Bill Walsh is pleasantly surprised when he realizes that Long Island is not just about iced tea.
Bill Walsh stops by Chinatown Coffee Co. in Washington DC, and is so impressed with the coffee served that he gives it a top rating.