The world of coffee shops in San Antonio has expanded beyond our wildest dreams. From quaint shops you’d see in black and white films to decorative, Pinterest inspired cafes, our city truly has it all. Next time a craving for a latte hits, try out a new local shop!
When 5 Points Local opened at 1017 N. Flores St., we found our safe haven. The happiness from the employees and customers radiates and flows throughout the entire two-story building. 5 Points Local nourishes your mind and body through clean food, delicious coffee drinks and yoga.
When Bakery Lorraine opened it’s doors at Pearl, San Antonio fell head over heels for its macaroons and unique style. With a second location opening at Medical Center, people from all over the city can now conveniently enjoy the treasures from Lorraine.
One of the first coffee shops we covered was the gorgeous Bird Bakery located off Broadway. The colorful decor kept us smiling the whole time we enjoyed our cupcakes and cappuccino.
We know you’ve seen Brown Coffee around local coffee shops in SA! Along with providing some of the hottest cafes with coffee beans, The Brown Coffee Co. has a cafe at 1800 Broadway.
Candlelight Coffeehouse rests at 3011 N St Mary’s St. and has a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy coffee or a glass of your favorite wine.
CommonWealth Coffeehouse changed lives when it opened across from UIW. From college students to families, CommonWealth caters to a wide audience with it’s amazing food and great drinks.
One of San Antonio’s newest coffee shops can be found in the heart of Helotes. The Cracked Mug has a relaxed atmosphere with tons of comfy couches and little nooks.
Located in the Dominion Ridge shopping center, Cuppencake offers the chillest of playlists and numerous different seating options including tables, couches and a patio. Don’t forget to try the enormous cinnamon rolls!
If you’re looking for a cafe that takes coffee as seriously as you do, Estate Coffee is your spot. Estate Coffee opened on the Eastside and offers a coffee roasting facility with coffee bar as well as a boutique specialty food and spice supply shop. We suggest the honey lavender latte!
When we first visited the team behind Indy Coffee Co., they were situated in a coffee truck off Huebner Road. Now, Indy has a brick and mortar shop by UTSA and provides students with fuel all year long.
San Antonio’s first and only coffee and cereal bar, Joseph E. Coffee, offers extravagant bowls of cereal. The Southtown features Cinnamon Toast Crunch, French Toast Crunch, bananas, vanilla almond milk and a maple drizzle!
With four location in San Antonio, Local Coffee makes for a perfect rest stop during hectic hours. Check them out in Alamo Heights, the Pearl, Medical Center and Stone Oak!
Our favorite part of Olmos Perk? The private tables in the back with walls up for privacy. Perfect place to get some intense work done!
San Antonio’s rooftop coffee bar, Paramour, combines amazing coffee, a lush atmosphere and an incredible view of the downtown San Antonio skyline. After 4 p.m., the coffee mugs are put away and the champagne begins to pop.
Press Coffee serves up caffeine and bakery at 606 W French Pl. Enjoy the comfy interior or numerous tables outside!
The White Elephant Coffee Co. off S. Presa features local artists and unbelievable cups of coffee including flavors like lavender and ginger!
There you have it. San Antonio’s coffee cup is overflowing with local options to get you through the days.