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Located in the heart of the PNW, we are well-acquainted with a good cup of coffee. In fact, we love coffee so much that we rank fourth nationally among cities with the most coffee shops per person, boasting 4.5 shops per 10,000 people. No matter where you stay in Everett, there's sure to be a well-brewed latte nearby.
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Artisans Books & Coffee
Looking for a good book and coffee? Artisan’s is the one stop shop for both, enjoy the fresh taste of coffee while reading your favorite book. Choose a booth or chair, grab a cuppa and a snack and take a moment for yourself in the quiet astrosphere. With an emphasis on the northwest, there’s enough to explore and read.Link to page
Wondering why downtown smells like freshly brewed coffee sometimes? It’s probably because Bargreen Coffee is roasting coffee at their location on Rucker. Bargreen is as old as Everett itself – they’ve been roasting coffee here since 1898! Local tip: the prices are ridiculously fair.Link to page
Decorated with impressive handmade wood furniture and quirky art and plants, Cafe Makario has good vibes all around. Coffee at Makario is more of an experience than just a visit to a coffee shop - you'll love watching the pour over and the cold brew towers of smooth, tasty specialty grade coffee.Link to page
Dutch Bros. Coffee
Classic meets innovation at this popular Oregon-based coffee chain. You can always order a latte, but if you're needing a kick (we won't judge you if you need one everyday) they have something called the 911 on the menu – it's Irish cream mixed with 6 shots of espresso.Link to page
Like we said, we're in the PNW – we've got a lot of coffee. If you're not from around here, you may be confused by the little huts (usually in a parking lot overflowing with patrons waiting in line) called 'espresso stands' – but you certainly don't want to miss out on them. To be greeted with a genuine smile and served quickly from the comfort and warmth of your car, check out Yelp's listing of espresso stands in Everett.Link to page
Grab a delicious cuppa and get a bite to eat while supporting a great cause. Part of HopeWorks Social Enterprises, Kindred Kitchen offers disadvantaged individuals a second chance at a secure future through hands-on job training programs that nourishes the community and visitors.Link to page
This casual and rustic coffee shop on Hewitt serves up Vinaccio Coffee alongside snacks and a great atmosphere for working or relaxing with a friend.Link to page
Voted “Best New Cafe” in the world by coffee blog Sprudge.com, the staff at Narrative Coffee focus on showcasing a wide variety of unique single-origin coffees – there’s always something new to explore. Grab a street waffle or a salted chocolate chip cookie with your drink. Trust us, it’s an experience you shouldn’t miss.Link to page
A local hangout where a friendly staff serves up perfectly artistic beverages. If you want to know what’s going on around town, ask your barista – the staff here is always in-the-know. Grab a book or bring your laptop and catch up on work.Link to page
The Red Door Coffee Co.
This coffee roaster and cafe is off the beaten path a bit. It’s a favorite among Boeing employees and offers an uber-casual vibe and all of the necessary coffee shop amenities.Link to page
If you're a pumpkin spice latte-lover, you'll be happy to know that we've got a couple of Starbucks – none too far from wherever you're staying!Link to page
Tabby's is located inside the Everett Public Library in a high-ceilinged space that used to serve as a library reading room. The hushed atmosphere, curated art, and rich wood interior offer solace for coffee connoisseurs seeking respite in a good book and a nice cup of brew. Tabby's offers tasty treats to go with your coffee and has plenty of comfortable seating and tables for customers looking to get some work done on a laptop.Link to page