Coffee shops are not just for WiFi and coworking. This Fletcher Place coffee shop has walls adorned with local art that rotates frequently to make you feel at home. The staff has a reputation for being friendly and courteous as they serve you a hot cup of coffee or espresso drink from their large menu. Plus your money is going to a good cause, as 100 percent of proceeds are donated back to the neighborhood.
There’s buzz around Bee Coffee Roasters, a coffee shop in downtown Indianapolis that is serious about coffee. Their knowledgeable staff can explain how they roast their own beans and offer advice on picking a brewing method that fits your palate. In the warmer months, order the slightly sweet plum buzz coffee soda.
Nestled in to the heart of the Broad Ripple neighborhood, Prufrock Coffee Co. boasts a colorful and cheerful atmosphere while serving up a delicious cup of coffee. With snacks and treats rangning from bagels, granola bars, and clementines to scrumptious pastries and bottled smoothies, Prufrock is a great place to meet up with friends, read or work solo at a table, or quickly stop in for your favorite caffinated beverage.
Located in the former coat check room at the historic Athenaeum Theatre on Mass Ave, Coat Check Coffee is quickly becoming a favorite among locals for their fresh pastries (order the croissant) and strong brew.
Once home to the classic Bovaconti Jewelers, this brewed up gem is located right on Virginia Avenue towards Fountain Square. The new ownership, Justin Jones (owner of Georgia Street Grind) and Minda Balcius, pay homage to the Italian jeweler's history, and smooth, Italian coffee is an assumed staple at this retro, old-world cafe.
FUZION by Coffee Zon, a woman-owned local café , servies exceptional third-wave coffee. With two locations - one at Keystone and one Downtown, this unique coffee shop aspires to the highest form of culinary appreciation of coffee.
Desire a cup of coffee before you head to the shops on Mass Ave? Turn the corner on East for Henry’s, where the menu options are larger than the coffee shop. Fresh baked goods, salads, and sandwiches will have you coming back for lunch or dinner.
This auto repair shop turned hip bistro is a must-try list for visitors. In addition to a full brunch menu, their barista station is state-of-the-art, complete with drip, Chemex, V60, Toddy cold brew, Kyoto cold brew, and espresso. Try the "Indiana Weather" for a drink layer hot to cold with espresso, chilled coconut milk, and hibiscus syrup.
Their coffee can be found in other shops throughout town, but Hubbard & Cravens’ own locations showcase their passion for coffee in a variety of well-crafted drinks. Order a french press all to yourself or enjoy it with friends in their cozy Broad Ripple locations.
There’s more than coffee inside this red and black Old Northside corner coffee shop. Clean, white tables draw attention to the large cups of black coffee or plates of sandwiches and salads. Order off the menu by pulling a vintage soda or Nicey Treat popsicle out of the cooler.
When a coffee drink is called “zombie,” you know it’s special. White espresso beans are used at this Broad Ripple hot spot so you can sip three times as much caffeine as regular espresso while you get down to business on the comfortable couches. Friendly staff can help you navigate the multiple chalkboard-sized menus of coffee, teas, sandwiches, and pastries.
Right off the Monon Trail, walk or bike for your morning brew (or afternoon cocktail!) to Provider, located in the Tinker House Events.
The Raspberry Dirty Hippie, a flavored chai latte, is a favored drink at Perk Up, located right off the Monon Trail. You’ll feel as though you are walking into someone’s home when you step into this Broad Ripple home turned cafe. Stop by for authentic, house-made Koffeeklatch, exclusively available on Sunday afternoons.
Located on the mezzanine level of the historic Indianapolis City Market, Mile Square features Tinker Coffee as its main selection, but also offers a rotating multi-roaster coffee program of light to medium craft coffees roasted in Indiana and the greater Midwest. If you’re looking for something to take on the run, try the hot batch-brewed coffee, nitro cold brew, or a pastry from its parent store, Circle City Sweets.
Fostering a community of those who appreciate the art of coffee, Quills uses the finest ingredients to create unique and savory blends. It’s a casual, friendly spot to grab a cup of the best brews.
A branch of The Lincoln Center, a community center in the heart of the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood, Lincoln Lane creates a space for all neighbors to gather and improve the community while enjoying amazing coffee and delicious pastries.
Dedicated to providing the finest coffees, teas, and food items in a beautifully renovated and restored 1901 building that offers a one-of-a-kind magical setting for weddings and other special events.
Born out of the discoveries of a mission trip to Spain, Brickhouse values community, sustainability, and opportunities to serve. As the second-highest traded commodity in the world, the desire for quality coffee crosses most cultures.
A vibrant space where you will want to begin and end your day. Plat 99 will craft you a drink you’ll never forget. Whatever your coffee fix may be, their skilled baristas and bartenders will work to create whatever you’re craving.
Drop in for the perfect cup of coffee, matcha, chai, kombucha, hot tea or chocolate, or house made lemonade. This neighborhood coffee shop benefits the Patachou Foundation, serving after-school meals to children in need. If you can't stay, order bakery items to enjoy at home: bourbon pecan or cinnamon rolls, brown sugar biscuits and apple butter, pistachio babka, poundcake with saffron lemongrass drizzle.
Serving Near East Indianapolis with locally roasted specialty coffee, craft espresso, fresh juices, loose leaf tea, pastries, quiche, and pot pies, with plenty of vegan options.