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Enjoy more than 90 varieties of direct-sourced, international loose-leaf tea – served according to tradition – in this bohemian tearoom. Need a snack? Try the locally made pastries or eclectic light fare.
This minimalist-modern café serves direct-sourced coffees and teas, as well as delicious pastries.
This European-style café and wine shop features shade-grown, fair-trade, organic espresso, fresh pastries and local gourmet chocolates.You can shop for wines, too, from hundreds of small, family-run wineries.
Best known for its confections, this shop also has specialty coffees, teas and hot chocolate with homemade marshmallows.
As many as 700 caffeine-dependent patrons pass through this coffee shop every day. The beans are roasted in-house, and can also be bought in bulk. Try specialty drinks like the "Clockwork Orange," a blend of espresso, chocolate, orange and almond.
Home-cooked meals, Fair Trade organic coffee, craft cocktails and wine and beer make this hip café the perfect place to play a game, write a poem or just hang out. Music — from jazz to folk — happens every night.
This funky coffeehouse serves a range of organic and Fair Trade coffee roasts, creative seasonal cocktails, smoothies and baked goods.
Specializing in Vermont-y sandwiches like the Ethan Allen, this upscale general store and deli is popular with boaters and bikers. Breakfast in winter only.
This lively café serves coffee, bagels, and breakfast burritos in the morning — then assembles nachos, tacos and made-to-order burritos later in the day.
Lake Champlain Chocolates (Church Street)
Order up an espresso or mug of luscious hot chocolate at the Church Street outpost of this chocolatier. Browse the gourmet-chocolate selection while you sip, or grab a cup of ice cream to go.
The original café-outlet for Green Mountain Coffee serves homemade soups, panini and fresh pastries such as eclairs and maple scones.
The in-house roaster, speedy service and outdoor café set this coffeehouse apart — not to mention the selection of organic and exotic teas, chai lattes made from scratch, and various baked goods to sweeten the sipping. Don’t miss the local art on the walls.
There’s more to this coffeeshop than java: Try the muffins, pastries and desserts along with a monthly open mic. The owner recommends the panini, soup and ham ‘n’ egg bagels.
In addition to java, espresso and tea, this coffee-roasting café serves soups, sandwiches, pastries and light fare, often using local ingredients. Local art hangs on the walls. The philosophy: “If coffee is a basic need, Capitol Grounds is an essential visit.”
An array of organic coffee drinks — plus gluten-free and vegan pastries — are on offer at this coffeehouse-slash-art gallery. Check Facebook for events.
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