Where To Find The Perfect Cup of Coffee in Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA - There’s no better way to start the day than with a freshly brewed cup of joe, hand-crafted latte, or refreshing iced coffee. So, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite Philadelphia-based coffee shops, restaurants with specialty beverages.

Where To Find The Perfect Cup of Coffee in Philadelphia

Where to find the perfect cup of coffee in the city of Philadelphia.|  Source: PhillyBite Magazine

Best Coffee Shops in Philly

Menagerie Coffee at The Bourse Food Hall

Old City’s modern artisanal food hall is the crowd-pleasing coffee spot for locals and tourists to grab a morning cup of joe. Hours of operation at Menagerie Coffee are Monday through Sunday, 8 am – 4 pm. 111 S Independence Mall E

Café Ynez

the Mexico-City-inspired all-day diner located on Washington Avenue in South Philly offers an impressive line-up of coffee and espresso drinks fit for the coffee enthusiast. Standard hours of operation are Tuesday through Thursday from 10 am – 9 pm, Friday through Saturday 10 am – 10 pm, and brunch service Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am – 3 pm. Closed Sunday and Monday. 2025 Washington Ave

East Passyunk Avenue

Home to more than 160 independently-owned businesses in South Philadelphia, it is a well-known hub for coffee lovers with various cafés and quaint shops boasting fresh, high-quality coffee, including the cozy, home-style B2 Café, Philadelphia-based small-batch roastery Rival Bros., and neighborhood, mosaic-adorned caffeine bar Black ‘n’ Brew. 1904 E Passyunk Ave


Old City’s modern French bar and restaurant, helmed by Chef Christopher Kearse, serves a slew of traditional coffee beverages – ideal for sipping alongside French plates from the ever-evolving menu or as an after-dinner digestif. Hours of operation are Wednesday through Sunday from 5 – 10 pm. 233 Chestnut Street


The iconic Philadelphia-based brand consisting of concepts spanning bars, restaurants, live music venues, and a prestigious recording studio, helms an extensive coffee and espresso menu at MilkBoy Philly on Chestnut Street. Opening hours: daily from 7 am – 2 am. 1100 Chestnut St

Sabrina’s Café

The locally grown group of popular breakfast, lunch, and (in one case) dinner restaurants are serving up a sizeable line-up of specialty lattes, including the Iced French Toast Latte ($4.89), composed of fresh espresso shots, a choice of milk, delectable banana, and vanilla syrup, topped off with cinnamon and whipped cream. This crowd-pleasing creation is available daily at any four Sabrina’s Café PA/NJ locations.

Royal Boucherie

Old City’s lively neighborhood restaurant boasts an array of coffee-based cocktails available on the dessert menu. This International Coffee Day, the Old City hot spot will be whipping up coffee-infused libations such as the signature Bittersweet Endings. Hours of operation are Wednesday through Sunday, 4 – 10 pm. 52 S. 2nd Street