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The Party Don’t Stop, so Get to Sippin’

Written By: Ryan Leuteritz coffee in vegas

Whether you’re headed to a rooftop DJ set or simply off to work, coffee is essential in this city. The coffee scene in Las Vegas has grown immensely in the last decade, sprouting a variety of independent coffee shops, so when you want to enjoy a cup of expertly curated coffee or some delightful bites, there are many trendy and exciting options in the city. Coffee houses have begun to go to extensive lengths to attract and delight customers, from brilliant décor to innovative menu items to even exploring mobile coffee shops. Each coffee house on this list emphasizes different facets of coffee culture while maintaining their own individual styles.

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Caffeine O’Clock

Café Darak features a retro decorum complete with clashing antique furniture, old model toys and a Volkswagen bus tent. The menu is vast and diverse, featuring coffees, teas, lattes, milkshakes and even shaved ice. Café Darak, open until 2 a.m., providing guests with a quirky and unique place to start their day or end their night.

Native Knowledge: They also contribute to the Las Vegas art scene, exhibiting local artists’ works and wares for sale in the café.

Café Darak
8665 W Flamingo Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89147

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Cause You Are Brew-tiful

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Grouchy John and JJ, co-founders of Grouchy John’s, have found their calling in serving what they call “caffeinated happiness.” These two met in college and formed Grouchy John’s, where they can be found today serving their delicious drinks to customers. They serve hot and cold drinks, as well as wraps, sandwiches and pastries.

Native Knowledge: Grouchy John’s has two locations in Las Vegas, but you can also catch their mobile coffee truck that shows up at events around the city.

Grouchy John’s Coffee Shop
8520 S Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas, NV 89123


Java, Java, Java, Java

House of Alchemy has just completed their first year of business and is already being mentioned with the best coffee houses in the city. They take pride in crafting pressed juices in house, while serving a multitude of other healthy smoothies and drinks.

Native Knowledge: House of Alchemy plans events at their shop to promote healthy living. They recently hosted an Essential Oils education class, in which guests received discounts and gifts!

House of Alchemy
4245 S Grand Canyon Dr, Ste 103
Las Vegas, NV 89147


Illumilatte Brew Society, named after the mysterious Illuminati, maintains a certain mystique in their small tucked-away location. This coffee spot prides themselves on their signature drink, The Illumilatte, a black and white chocolate latte. This shop also curates a secret menu, so do your research before you go!

Native Knowledge: From the secret menu, try The Elvis, a drink mixed with banana, peanut butter and Nutella.

Illumilatte Brew Society
6825 W Russell Rd, Ste 155
Las Vegas, NV 89118


Pour Decisions

This shop is an environmentally-friendly destination that boasts a health-conscious menu, with an emphasis on girl power. Owner and founder, Deborah Armstrong, spent 32 years in the tech field before she found her passion serving and producing a healthy coffee option in Las Vegas.

Native Knowledge: Pour also sells organic coffee beans that are produced by all women farmers.

Pour Coffeehouse
6811 S Eastern Ave Ste D
Las Vegas, NV 89119

coffee in vegas

Good Morning, Sunshine

Sunrise Coffee House focuses on providing organic fair trade coffee from single origin farms. Drinks, like their Orange Mocha, are made from fresh coffee beans that are shipped to Sunrise just one day after roasting. They also provide a variety of vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free dishes from burritos to croissants.

Native Knowledge: Founders Josh Walter and Juanny Romero started Sunrise Coffee House in 2008, making this year their 10-year anniversary!

Sunrise Coffee house
3130 E Sunset Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89120


Latte, Olé!

Sambalatte commits themselves to the ultimate coffee experience. They french-press coffee beans from small and sustainable farmers in Brazil and around the globe to produce their tasty drinks. Not to mention, their latte art is unmatched—they’ve even created a Rainbow Latte for the Las Vegas Pride parade!

Native Knowledge: Sambalatte offers a Coffee Club, in which subscribers are sent a different selection of unique coffee beans each month.

Sambalatte Torrefazione Boca Park
750 S Rampart Blvd, Ste 9
Las Vegas, NV 89145


Love You A Latte

TIABI is an acronym for To Inspire And Be Inspired, an ode to the company’s mission to bring the community of Las Vegas together. This caring coffee house features decadent coffee drinks, like their Snickers iced coffee, and fun food options such as their Vegan Wafflewich.

Native Knowledge: Their signature drink is Tiffs Waffle Macchiato, which is a cinnamon vanilla macchiato topped with a churro waffle. Dip the waffle into the foam for added delectability.

3961 S Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas, NV 89119

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Espresso Yourself

This destination is a canteen-style coffee house located in the Fremont East District of Downtown. They put an emphasis on brunch, serving mimosas, egg dishes and, of course, avocado toast. All of the food they serve is farm-to-table, making Public Us a great stop for a yummy and responsible meal.

Native Knowledge: The indoor décor is amazing, with real trees growing inside the shop. PublicUs is hailed for its cool and calm environment in an otherwise hot and frenzied city.

1126 Fremont St
Las Vegas, NV 89101

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