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Best coffee places in Anacortes, WA

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For coffee lovers, hanging out in a cozy café is one of the best things to do in Anacortes, WA. You’ll findplenty of choices on where to get your caffeine fix in the city – from inviting coffee shops to charming standsserving coffee on the go. Whether you want to indulge in a signature latte or have a classic pick-me-upper, you’re always just a short drive away from fine restaurants in Mount Vernon, WA serving the perfect cup of joe.

Looking for the best coffee shop in Anacortes? Here are our top choices:

  1. The Store Grocery
    919 37th Street

    Locals come to The Store for their groceries – and a cup of freshly roasted coffee at the Espresso Bar. The Store roasts their coffee on site, using 11 varieties of organic, fair market green coffee beans. They also serve pastries, muffins, and cookies to go with your cup. The Store also has a wine shop and deli, making it a trulyone-stop neighborhood market.

  2. Penguin Coffee
    2119 Commercial Avenue

    An Anacortes staple since 2002, Penguin Coffee serves creations byCaffe D’arte, one of Seattle’s first coffee roasters. Caffe D’arte is known for its artisanal Italian coffees, made by blending coffee varietals in the traditional Italian way. To go with your coffee, freshly baked pastries from Jallilah’s Cookies are also offered on the menu.

  3. Pelican Bay Books and Coffee House
    520 Commercial Avenue

    What could better than a combination of books and coffee? That’s what Pelican Bay Books has been serving the Anacortes community since 1994. Pelican Bay boasts a unique selection of mostly used books, displayed in old school, 8-foot high wooden bookshelves. Bibliophiles will love the in-store coffee shop, where they can browse their new finds while sipping freshly brewed Olympia Coffee Roasters and munching onfreshly baked goodies.

  4. Starbucks
    1720 Commercial Avenue

    As this is Washington state and Seattle is just a little over an hour’s drive away, there’s bound to be a Starbucks in Anacortes. In fact, there are two Starbucks locations here – the store at the heart of the commercial district and a stand inside Safeway on 11th Street. Every Sunday, customers at the store are treated to free live music from 6 to 7 pm. This internationally famous coffee shop is also one of the most popular go-to places in the city.

  5. Moka Joe Coffee
    8146 South March Point Road

    Moka Joe is Anacortes’s homegrown 100% organic coffee “roastery”. Following only fair trade practices, Moka Joe sells around 20 different kinds of coffee beans and blends. You can sample their products at the coffee house in their roasting facility, where they also serve freshly baked goodies, as well as breakfast and lunch. The spacious, cozy seating area is a great place to relax and meet with friends.

  6. Johnny Picasso’s
    501 Commercial Avenue

    Another neighborhood staple, Johnny Picasso’s is an art space and coffee shop in one. Its signature handcrafted espresso beverages make use of Moka Joe coffee, and can be enjoyed with delectable lunch and breakfast menu items, such as burritos, sandwiches, and salads, as well as snack items and homemade baked goods. Their scones, which come in several varieties, are a favorite among the coffee shop crowd.

  7. Calico Cupboard Old Town Café & Bakery
    901 Commercial Avenue

    Calico Cupboard first opened in 1981 in La Conner, and quickly became a Skagit County favorite. It now has three locations in the county, including one in Anacortes, serving farm to table cuisine. Calico Cupboard’s bakery uses organic ingredients to create mouthwatering cookies, pastries, breads, and other goodies that are best enjoyed with their freshly made espresso.

  8. Strawberry Bay Coffee & Roasting Company
    801 1st Street

    When you’re too busy to stop at a café, you can always get your coffee on the fly. There are a number of coffee stands in the cityserving their very own signature beverages. Strawberry Bay Coffee is one such stopover that you simply must try. They’re small batch artisan roasters, and their Vanilla Latte is a big hit with customers. They also serve baked goods, burritos, and other goodies, and sell whole bean and ground coffee as well.

  9. Whidbey Coffee
    1120 Commercial Avenue

    Whidbey Coffee has 12 locations throughout the North Puget Sound region, includingdrive thru stands and full service coffee shops. Their charming Anacortes stand boasts a great location with a view of Fidalgo Bay. In addition to delicious coffee, they also serve pastries and sandwiches to go.

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