Looking for the ideal place to relax, spend some time with a good book and cozy up with a piping-hot brew? How about a nice ambiance to go with it? Idaho has you covered. Here are the 5 coolest coffee shops in the state.
Yes, books and coffee go hand-in-hand on a relaxing day, but what if you are craving an Americano and your buddy is ready to kick up his feet with a refreshing pint? No sweat! Bucer’s Coffeehouse Pub solves both problems. Here you will find fresh-roasted coffee’s as well as local draught beer. Best of both worlds served here.
Local favorite, The Flying M coffeehouse has been in a popular mainstay in Boise since 1995. Located in the heart of downtown Boise, this busy caffeinated hangout also serves pastries, and a variety of one-of-the-kind gifts.
Salmon, Idaho, is known for its world-class rapids, fishing and now— espresso. That’s right. Salmon, Idaho, is home to the Rise and Shine Coffeehouse, a little respite of homemade pastries and an array of espresso beverages.
Coffeehouses tend to serve more than your run-of-the-mill cup of coffee, they’re generally gathering places that tend to feed the community with more than food or drink, and the Villa Coffeehouse is no exception. Touted for brewing locally-roasted coffee, they also offer an array of homemade meals on their menu. Whether you’re gathering with friends or just looking to enjoy an afternoon with a good book, you’ll be in good company here.
What says Idaho more than beautiful mountain peaks and clear, silvery streams? Well, maybe hiking into that pristine wilderness after filling up with locally-sourced food and savory-brewed coffee. The Stanley Baking Company and Café offers a mountain of fine food, topped off with freshly roasted coffee, and better yet, you can work off all indulgences right from their front steps. Located in the quaint mountain town of Stanley, you’ll be glad to spend the day (or weekend) here.