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No. 14 Santa Fe, NM

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The best coffee places reflect this southwestern city’s artsy, quirky vibe. Thirty-year-old Ohori’s was doing small-batch roasting before it was cool, and Holy Spirit Espresso has plenty of loyal fans, despite its tiny size and lack of Wi-Fi. On the newer side, Iconik—in the Second Street Studios area—was started by Bay Area transplants, who use a vintage 1927 roaster and pair their coffees with local-flavor cuisine, such as green chile cheeseburgers.

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America's Best Coffee Cities 2013

No. 14 Santa Fe, NM

The best coffee places reflect this southwestern city’s artsy, quirky vibe. Thirty-year-old Ohori’s was doing small-batch roasting before it was cool, and Holy Spirit Espresso has plenty of loyal fans, despite its tiny size and lack of Wi-Fi. On the newer side, Iconik—in the Second Street Studios area—was started by Bay Area transplants, who use a vintage 1927 roaster and pair their coffees with local-flavor cuisine, such as green chile cheeseburgers.

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