The Drive Brew is one of Cheyenne’s smallest, albeit best, spots to stop and grab a coffee to start the day. Served from an unsuspecting log-built shed, the Drive Brew focuses on serving delicious coffees as well as some breakfast foods in a friendly and convenient setting for those wanting caffeine on the go. Their banana nut mocha is a must try for coffee fanatics with a sweet tooth, as are the bubble teas.
2634 Dell Range Blvd, Cheyenne, WY +1 (307) 514 5669
The famously haunted Trail Coffee, located in the historic Plains Hotel, offers a low-key spot to chill out and watch the town pass, or maybe to see a ghost or two. Perfect for those who are hoping to see some of Cheyenne’s history, the coffee and gift shop celebrates Wyoming’s frontier image with elegant Western inspired decor, meaning that this cafe looks as good as the coffee they serve tastes.
1600 Central Ave, Cheyenne, WY +1 (307) 638 3311
Featuring a wide range of magazine and books, frequently written by local authors, City News and Pipe Shop is a low-key, community-oriented spot, perfect for a lunch break or for a quiet reading spot. With different blends brewed every day, as well as a selection of lunch options, City News and Pipe Shop focuses on creating a quiet, comfortable environment for customers to browse while they sip on a latte.