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New Harvest takes pride in serving some of the best brews this side of Providence. Directly sourcing their beans from independent producers and farmers, the cafe advocates sustainable retail practices. Each roast has its own distinct personality and aroma, and you can explore them all here. A laid-back coffee shop during the day, New Harvest morphs into an intimate bar for whiskey and coffee cocktails come evening. Team up you cup of java with dessert from local pastry shops like Humble Pie and Foremost Baking. Use the speakeasy entrance post 8p.
Established with the intent to contribute to a better society, Blue State Coffee goes beyond the business aspect and has its heart firmly in favor of charity. The best part, customers get to be a part of it with a portion of profits getting donated. But this is no reason to underestimate their sterling coffee, which has a significant following. To go along with the coffee, is a selection of sandwiches, breads and baked treats. All of their coffee is fair-trade and sustainable.
As soon as you step into the Bolt Coffee Company, you are hit by the appetizing aroma of coffee being brewed. With a funky, offbeat decor, the atmosphere at this swanky restaurant manages to be laid-back and relaxed without losing its sophistication. The barista treats coffee making as an art, giving extraordinary attention to detail and crafting expert brews that are a delight to the taste buds. They also have a modest tea selection which brim over with as much perfection as the coffees. Relish their Cafe Miel or a Chai Latte while you skim over some books, chat with the friendly barista or lay back and take in the wonderful atmosphere.
Although there are a number of places to get coffee on the East Side, the Coffee Exchange, frequented by hip locals, students and visitors alike, remains one of the most popular and heavily used cafes in town for over 18 years. The company tries to obtain the very wide range of flavorful coffees from organic sources around the world. You can enjoy the pastries while seated inside or on the outside deck that affords a clear view of thriving Wickenden Street. This establishment accepts cash only. Toll free number: + 1 877 263 3334.
Run by brother-sister duo, Vanuatu Coffee Roaster serves freshly-brewed coffees prepared with beans sourced from the remote island of Tanna in Vanuatu. If you are confused about what to try, their signature coffee, the cold brew Rhody has the locals coming here in droves. Other menu offerings include Pumpkin Spiced Latte, Caramel Macchiato and Iced Mocha. Seating includes a mix of comfy chairs and lounges, allowing you to lay-back and relax as you enjoy your cuppa of strikingly delicious coffee. You can also buy a bag of beans for friendly and family back home or have a few shipped at reasonable prices. If you are a coffee aficionado, head to Vanuatu Coffee Roasters for tasteful surprises.
Brooklyn Coffee & Tea House is more than just a coffee shop; it is also a cultural event space and entertainment venue. Owned by local artist Anthony Demings, this coffee shop doubles up as a gallery for his work as well as other local artists. Live music, open mic nights, film screenings, and readings are held in association with Rhodywood, an independent film company owned by Demings. This multi-purpose space is a creative haven for art lovers and creatives and a great place to check out for visitors.
The Beehive Cafe is a beautiful little dining establishment on the fringes of Bristol's Independence Park. The menu features salads, burgers, soups, salads and pizzas. The entrees include grilled chicken, pot pies and baked dishes. The ingredients are freshly sourced from local producers or grown in their own herb garden, so guests are assured of quality products. Grab a seat at the patio or the balcony, and enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding area while feasting on your food.