Seven Daysies Awards: Best coffee shop, 2019

Best coffee shop 

Uncommon Grounds Coffee and Tea (Burlington) & Vermont Artisan Coffee & Tea Co. (Waterbury Center)

click to enlarge Uncommon Grounds Coffee and Tea - JORDAN SILVERMAN
  • Jordan Silverman
  • Uncommon Grounds Coffee and Tea

Uncommon Grounds Coffee and Tea — The in-house roasting, speedy service and seasonal outdoor seating make Uncommon Grounds an uncommonly popular stop on the Church Street Marketplace.

Other Finalists (Inside Chittenden County)

  • Kestrel Coffee Roasters
  • Muddy Waters
  • Scout & Co.
  • Speeder & Earl's Coffee

click to enlarge Vermont Artisan Coffee & Tea Co. - COURTESY OF VERMONT ARTISAN COFFEE & TEA CO.
  • Courtesy of Vermont Artisan Coffee & Tea Co.
  • Vermont Artisan Coffee & Tea Co.

Vermont Artisan Coffee & Tea Co. — Order an espresso or a drip coffee to go at the roaster’s Waterbury Center coffee bar, and you’ll start your day satisfied and energized, no question. But to have your caffeine-lovin’ mind blown, and to buy more time to chat with the café’s affable baristas, opt for one of the artisanal specials. The Iced Maple Mazza, for example, is made from espresso, maple syrup, lemon and mint, shaken with ice and poured over sparkling water in a Belgian beer glass. Thirsty for more? Peek through the windows into the roastery, tour the facilities or enroll in a course at the School of Coffee. Alternatively, should you prefer DIY coffee, grab a bag of beans in store or online. Blends range from Artisan Dark to Mayan Decaf to a Colombian variety aged in WhistlePig whiskey barrels, for the daring.

Other Finalists (Outside Chittenden County)

  • Catalyst Coffee Bar
  • Royal Oak Coffee
  • Soulfully Good Café
  • The Traveled Cup
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