Where to find Philly's Best Coffee Shops for Espressos

Where to find Philly's Best Coffee Shops for Espressos

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The trend towards drinking espresso has become a way of life for most people, especially for those who have heavy schedules and who take time out to relax with a cup of freshly brewed espresso or coffee. Listed Below are some of Philadelphia's best coffee Shops serving up some of the best espressos in Philly.The trend towards drinking espresso has become a way of life for most people, especially for those who have heavy schedules and who take time out to relax with a cup of freshly brewed espresso or coffee. Listed Below are some of Philadelphia's best coffee Shops serving up some of the best espressos in Philly.

 

Best Philly Coffee Shops for EspressosBest Philly Coffee Shops for Espressos:

 

  1. The Eco-friendly reclaimed wood paneling and cool marble countertops are only a backdrop for the main event at Elixr Coffee: the superb Synesso Hydra-brewed espresso.207 S. Sydenham Street, (239) 404-1730, elixrcoffee.com
  2. What began as an on-the-move enterprise is now a bricks-and-mortar establishment. HubBub Coffee pours steamy double shots of Stumptown espresso at its flagship cafes in Center City, University City and Radnor. Meanwhile, the drip and cold brew coffees are made from a house blend. 1717 Arch Street, (215) 665-1982; 3736 Spruce Street, (215) 387-0700; 232 N. Radnor Chester Road, Radnor, (610) 687-1710, hubbubcoffee.com
  3. University City coffee lounge Lovers and Madmen offers short-pulled espressos from its La Marzocco FB/80 in a friendly, collegiate atmosphere. 28 S. 40th Street, (215) 243-9851, loversandmadmencoffee.com
  4. What happens when a chef and a coffee roaster (lifelong friends) join forces for the good of espresso drinkers? Rival Bros. is what—a full-service cafe with all the classic espresso drinks, plus The Derringer, a riff on the cortado that’s made with a bit more milk and the house single origin espresso. Pastries and bread from High Street on Market sweeten the deal. 2400 Lombard Street, rivalbros.com
  5. Amid the well-documented Shepard Fairey mural, thrift-store furnishings and vegan snacks at Fishtown’s Rocket Cat Café is a worthy fair-trade espresso roasted by Norristown’s Fonseca. A backyard patio expands the seating options for a drop-in sip. 2001 Frankford Avenue, (215) 739-4526
  6. Between its Stumptown and PT beans and specially created La Marzocco machine, Queen Village’s Shot Tower Coffee turns out impeccable espressos. 542 Christian Street,
    (267) 886-8049, shottowercoffee.com
  7. Its espresso was rated best in the city by The Philadelphia Inquirer food critic Craig LaBan and best in the country by The Daily Meal, and rightfully so. Ultimo serves Counter Culture Coffee, perfectly ground and brewed to order. For serious coffee lovers only. 1900 S. 15th Street, (215) 339-5177; 2149 Catharine Street, (215) 545-3565, ultimocoffee.com

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