The Best Coffee Shops In Spokane

Spokane Panorama | © James Hawley/Flickr
Spokane Panorama | © James Hawley/Flickr
Photo of Sekilah Calvin
9 February 2017

Spokane is the second largest city in the state of Washington. It’s close to the coffee capital of America, and quite rightly has its fair share of top-quality brew houses. What’s more, Spokane has a historical edge that makes it a truly fine place to sit and people watch.

Spokane Panorama | © James Hawley/Flickr

Brews Brothers

This spot does a little more than just sell delicious coffees, offering a wide variety of real fruit smoothies, seasonal drinks, beer and wine. The atmosphere is very chic and artistic, with locally created artwork on the walls. It’s perfect for studying or curling up with a book, as the joint also has overly-stuffed armchairs lining the walls.

Address: Brews Brothers, 734 W Sprague Ave, Spokane, WA, United States, +1 (509) 456-5858

Rocket Bakery & Espresso

Bakery, Cafe, Pastry Shop, Pastries, Dessert, Fast Food, Coffee, $$$
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This coffee shop is Spokane’s very own local name, with no fewer than nine outlets dotting the city and its immediate peripheries. The atmosphere in each store has that local neighborhood edge that is sure to make anyone feel right at home. They make their own bakery products and offer an extensive lunch menu of pre-made sandwiches and salads, filled bagels and fresh soups of the day.

Atticus Coffee and Gifts

Any fan of To Kill a Mockingbird is sure to love this spot: it’s named after the lawyer Atticus Finch, the character in Harper Lee’s acclaimed novel, and has a connecting gift shop called Boo Radley’s. The interior follows the theme of the book too, with artwork and small trinkets in honor of the narrative. It’s a coffee spot that also doubles as a shop and sells a variety of home decor, bulk coffee and tea, espresso, pastries and sandwiches, all for a low price.

Address: Atticus Coffee and Gifts, 222 N Howard St, Spokane, WA, United States, +1 (509) 747-0336

Coeur Coffee House

Coeur specializes in hand-crafted coffees from the local and regional area. They take pride in their quality-over-quantity philosophy, with their house made syrups and chocolate always at hand. The baristas are actually coffee artisans and specialize in the hand-crafted brew options Chemex, V60 and Aeropress. Coeur is the name of the Native American tribe Coeur d’Alene that’s from right outside of Spokane, doing well to reflect the regional, local vibe of this brew house.

Indaba Downtown

Cafe, American, Coffee, Tea , Fast Food, Vegetarian, $$$
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Indaba Downtown is the quintessential neighborhood coffee shop – they do their best to include the local community by hosting community events and supporting local artist. They even contribute to non-profits, provide internships and volunteer at community events.

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