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The Best Coffee Shops And Cafes In Seville, Spain
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The Best Coffee Shops And Cafes In Seville, Spain

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Updated: 3 October 2016
The coffee shops and cafes of Seville have changed the coffee game, adding a plethora of artful and exciting experiences enhance the average coffee-seeking visit. Check out the best of Seville’s coffee shops and cafes.

Crème de la Crème

Crème de la Crème is a French and Spanish bakery with gourmet artisanal bread and ice cream alongside fine pastries and European breakfast and snacks. The space is cozy and modern, with a lovely ambiance that only enhances the culinary pleasure of snacking. It is known to have the best chocolate croissants, as well as high-quality crepes topped with various jams, fruits and chocolates. In addition to the tastiest of sweets, Crème de la Crème also hosts a menu crafted to appeal to the health conscious. Located in the same plaza as the beautiful Las Setas, this cafe is perfect for an afternoon coffee and a treat.

Crème de la Crème, Calle Regina, 1, 41001 Seville, Spain +34 649105051

Red House Art and Food

A cafe near Las Setas known to have changed the coffee scene in Seville, Red House Art and Food is a wine bar, pastry shop, internet cafe, and cultural exhibition space. The cafe and its space are always evolving, which is reflected in the rotating art displays, handmade lamps of newfound objects and curvy Art Deco arm chairs, all for sale. It has a very relaxed vibe, and hosts various events like poetry readings and DJ sets.

Red House Art and Food, Calle Amor de Dios 7, 41002 Seville, Spain +34 954388810

La Cacharrería

La Cacharrería is undoubtedly one of the best breakfast places with some of the best coffee in Seville. A break from traditional Spanish breakfast of toast or churros, the menu has a great variety of brunch options. Some of these options include fruit salad, granola, yogurt, and out-of-this-world, delicious homemade cakes. The space is small but mighty, as one of the exposed brick walls is covered in pennies, while the shelf that runs along the walls is full of antique gadgets and gizmos that add so much personality. This small oasis is an absolute must, so save room for cake and maybe even one of their praised mojitos.

La Cacharrería, Calle Regina, 14, 41003 Seville, Spain, +34 954212166

La Gallina en el Diván

La Gallina en el Diván is an espresso bar that offers anything from coffee and tea to beer and wine along with artisanal breads, sweet cakes and salty snacks. The cafe is perfect for both adults and children (or better—adults who act like children), as it hosts art exhibitions, music shows, storytelling and poetry readings, beer tastings, drawing classes and arts and crafts, to name a few. There is a corner for reading and working with free wifi and books on sale, as well as a corner for board games. The owners of La Gallina en el Diván pride themselves on their dedication to representing and honoring the art and culture of Seville, an accomplishment that truly shows through the space and every customer’s experience of it.

La Gallina en el Diván, Padre Pedro Ayala, 39, 41005 Seville, Spain +34 955285783

La Jerónima Sevilla

Opened in January of 2015, La Jerónima Sevilla is a brewery, bookstore and cafe which brings together the art of books with that of beer in a setting that cultivates a creative and playful energy. Many would say that their artisanal beer is the main attraction — however, if that is not quite your thing, they have a fantastic selection of coffee that is just as delightful. In another space for multimedia performance and activities, La Jerónima hosts live music shows, art installations, acts as a space for desktop publishing and sells independent editorials along with a great variety of books. Their slogan says, ‘lee nuestra cerveza, bébete nuestros libros‘, meaning, ‘read our beer, drink our books,’ a perfect representation of their personality and playful character. Visit their website for the book and beer of the week.

La Jerónima Sevilla, Calle Jerónimo Hernandez, 14, 41003 Seville, Spain