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Where to fuel up downtown
When it comes to a coffee scene, Everett is where it's at. True connoisseurs can find a perfectly crafted pour-over or single-origin espresso, and enjoy truly unique coffeehouse vibes.
A warm, well-lit place with cozy seating both indoors and out, Paesano’s is the go-to place for most people who work and live downtown. You’ll find a casual but classy atmosphere here – with lots of window seats perfect for an afternoon of people-watching on Colby Avenue. They offer lots of snacks, pastries, breakfast and lunch items and baristas with latte art skills that could give any Seattle shop a run for its money.
Best for: Everett’ s hipster, corporate and blue-collar crowds drink coffee side by side here. Order one of their imaginative seasonal specials for a unique, tasty treat that is as fresh as the season.
2707 Colby Ave
Decorated with impressive handmade wood furniture and quirky art and plants, Cafe Makario has good vibes all around. Coffee at Makario is more of an experience than just a visit to a coffee shop - you'll love watching the pour over and the cold brew towers of smooth, tasty specialty grade coffee.
Best for: stopping and smelling the roasting coffee. The atmosphere is so zen, you'll definitely want to stay awhile.
2625 Colby Ave Ste. 2C
Choux Choux Bakery
A superb place to get baked goods in town, Choux Choux (pronounced “shoe shoe”) is also a great place to get a cup of coffee. The owner boasts experience with some of Seattle’s best restaurants – like Serafina and the Macrina Bakery, so order with confidence. The croissants are baked from scratch and the coffee beans are from Vista Clara roasters in nearby Snohomish, Washington. You can’t miss with this hip bakery.
Best for: the pastries – they’re truly the star of the show here, but the coffee isn’t bad either.
Choux Choux Bakery
2900 Grand Ave
Bargreen Coffee Co.
Bargreen Coffee Co. has been roasting and selling coffee out of Everett since 1898, making it the oldest coffee place in town by far. The storefront is a cozy, homey place to spend a morning, sitting on a leather stool at a wood counter. There are large coffee roasters humming behind the counter, filling the small space with the toasty, warm aroma of roasting beans. Also, this place is so affordable, you’ll almost feel guilty.
Best for: drinking a great cup of drip coffee in a diner mug beside a bunch of Everett old-timers. Don’t come looking for latte art or interesting single origin coffees.
Bargreen Coffee Co.
2821 Rucker Ave
Voted “Best New Cafe” in the world by coffee blog Sprudge.com, the staff at Narrative Coffee focus on showcasing a wide variety of unique single-origin coffees – there’s always something new to explore. Grab a street waffle or a salted chocolate chip cookie with your drink. Trust us, it’s an experience you shouldn’t miss.
Best for: a mid-day meeting, either for work or pleasure, anyone you invite is sure to love the Narrative experience.
2927 Wetmore Ave
Tabby's is located inside the Everett Public Library in a high-ceilinged space that used to serve as a library reading room. The hushed atmosphere, curated art and rich wood interior offer solace for coffee connoisseurs seeking respite in a good book and a nice brew. Tabby's offers tasty treats to go with your coffee and has plenty of comfortable seating and tables for customers looking to get some work done on a laptop.
Best for: bringing the kids so you can all grab a pick-me-up and a book or two to go with it.
2702 Hoyt Ave
The Loft Coffee House
The Loft is a new joint that just opened up on Hewitt in Downtown Everett. This place has a rustic, casual vibe where you can stay from open to close and no one will question you about it. They serve up Vinaccio Coffee, roasted in Monroe, Washington as well as tea, smoothies, snacks and more.
Best for: those looking for a quiet spot for a meeting and a good cup of coffee.
The Loft Coffee Bar
1309 Hewitt Ave