Rojo Café is an interesting concept, combining art, culture, creativity, and coffee. If you fancy popping down in the evening, there are always events on offer. These range from live music to theater to exhibitions. Stop by Rojo Café and enjoy more than just the coffee.
Address & telephone number: José Guadalupe Zuno 2027, Guadalajara, Mexico, +52 33 3344 8492
La Tetería is the perfect place to swing by, as you’ll find both tea and coffee served, in this cute little café. Accompany your drink with one of their delicious desserts, and most definitely don’t miss the chance to try the frappe options, which range from chai to mint chocolate flavors. Chalkboard walls provide information about prices and offers.
Address & telephone number: Calle Libertad 1697, Guadalajara, Mexico, +52 33 3632 6779
A sophisticated little set-up, BOMBO Spresso offers a wide range of extraction methods, including Siphon, Aeropress, and Chemex. For true aficionados who know how they like their coffee, this is one of the best options on the list. Aside from the extraction methods, they offer a divine Jalisco/Colima coffee blend, alongside the perhaps better known beans that hail from Veracruz and Chiapas.
Address & telephone number: Diagonal Golfe de Cortés 4114-1, Guadalajara, Mexico, +52 33 3813 1935
Situated in an old colonial house, Gato Negro preserves and enhances the traditional Mexican vibe by filling the café with artesanías and vintage items. Cozy and intimate, this eclectic café is perfect, as the tranquility of it is a welcome relief from the noise that so often dominates chain coffee spots.
Address & telephone number: Robles Gil 59, Guadalajara, Mexico, +52 33 1809 8636