America's Best Coffee Cities

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Jack Ranstrom

Whether you’re looking for single-origin beans, personalized pour-overs, or carbonated iced coffee, T+L readers have toasted the most caffeinated cities in America.

No. 20 Austin, TX

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In the Texas capital, anything meant to be savored—BBQ, Tex-Mex, and certainly the best coffee—calls for live music and a patio. That’s the case at Spider House Café, near the University of Texas campus, and Mozart’s Coffee Roasters, which roasts fresh batches every 48 hours and has views of Lake Austin. On East Riverside, the single-origin Buzz Mill ups the ante with a log cabin vibe and food trucks like Blue Ox and the Vegan Nom. No surprise, the hipster-friendly Austin also ranked near the top for its fine food-truck cuisine.

America's Best Coffee Cities

No. 20 Austin, TX

In the Texas capital, anything meant to be savored—BBQ, Tex-Mex, and certainly the best coffee—calls for live music and a patio. That’s the case at Spider House Café, near the University of Texas campus, and Mozart’s Coffee Roasters, which roasts fresh batches every 48 hours and has views of Lake Austin. On East Riverside, the single-origin Buzz Mill ups the ante with a log cabin vibe and food trucks like Blue Ox and the Vegan Nom. No surprise, the hipster-friendly Austin also ranked near the top for its fine food-truck cuisine.

Jack Ranstrom
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