10 of the Best Places to Grab Coffee in Seattle This Spring

We all love a good cup of coffee, but with the number of amazing cafes our city has, it can be hard to decide where to go. We would say try them all, but it would probably take you a lifetime. So here are 10 of the best places to grab coffee in Seattle this spring.

Analog

Analog is a modern American cafe located in the trendy Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. You’ll find a rotating cast of exceptional local roasters and Fresh Breeze Organic dairy products. You’ll love the attention to detail and vintage vibe of the interior.

Or: 235 Summit Avenue East
Hours: Every day 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Union Coffee & Wine

Union is a great place to grab a cup of coffee and also a bottle or two. The cafe also sells natural wine so you can drop by in the morning to pick me up and come back in the afternoon to relax.

Or: 2407 E Union St Suite B, Seattle, WA
Hours: Daily 8am-4pm

general porpoise

If you want to enjoy a beautifully curated space that serves delicious coffee paired with the best donuts in town, you have to head to General Porpoise. Be prepared to walk away with two donuts because you’ll probably want another one after the first one.

Or: Multiple locations
Hours: Varied

Hotte Famous Bakery

Not only is Hood Famous super cute, but it also has one of the most unique menus in town. This bakery and cafe focuses on Filipino cuisine and flavors. So you can have an amazing coffee and snack.

Or: 504 5th Avenue South, Suite 107A
Hours: Wednesday-Friday 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Cafe Zeitgeist

This Pioneer Square spot is a classic coffee destination for Seattle locals. The wood-filled interior is unique, welcoming and also happens to be full of regularly rotating art. Might as well walk around the neighborhood afterwards for the full experience.

Or: 171 S. Jackson Street
Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-1pm

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Technical books and Ada’s coffee

Ada’s has it all, a bookstore full of technical, scientific and downright interesting books, as well as a vegetarian cafe. So you can have your coffee, a snack and browse their selection of good reads.

Or: 425 15th Avenue East
Hours: Daily 8am-8pm

Elm Coffee Roasters

Minimalists, Elm is made for you. The simple, white-walled interior is the perfect distraction-free spot to enjoy a delicious cup of coffee. That being said, you will still have to deal with the normal bustle of a popular cafe.

Or: 240 2nd Avenue South, Suite 103
Hours: Daily 8am-3pm

Moonrise Bakery

You can grab pastries, coffee, and a curated selection of vibrant natural wines at Moonrise. If you are looking for a place that has a little bit of everything, this Queen Anne spot could well become your new haunt.

Or: 1805 Queen Anne Ave N#100
Hours: Daily 7am-4pm

Temple pastries

If you’re looking for good coffee and perfect pastries, it’s time to head to Temple. Between their delicious treats and attention to detail, you’ll be coming back again and again. Right now you can find some super cute spring treats.

Or: 2524 S Jackson St #104
Hours: Every day 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

A bakery

Do you love coffee and sustainability? You will love Bake Shop! This newcomer to the Seattle coffee scene aims to limit waste and source locally.

Or: 221 1st Ave West
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 7am-7pm, Saturday & Sunday 8am-7pm

Enjoy your Seattle coffee!