Portland, Oregon has one of the best coffee cultures in all of the U.S. It’s range of coffee shops are incredible, each unique in their own way. With these 7 coffee shops not to miss in Portland, Oregon, you’ll have plenty of places to visit. Some of them are tucked away on neighborhood streets and others are even in hotel lobbies. The best part? Each of the areas of Portland has its own great coffee shop.
When we took our last trip to Portland, we loved exploring the city. This city guide has some of our favorite restaurants and cafes (great to support local right now!) and loved getting some fresh air along the way. Most of our adventures there were caffeine-filled. So we would stop at one of these coffee shops along the way between outings.
Shop small tip: One way to support local coffee shops is by picking up some bags of beans for the week and many have opened up online subscriptions.
Ready to get caffeinated in Portland, Oregon? Here are the coffee shops you don’t want to miss.
Check out 7 Coffee Shops Not to Miss in Portland, Oregon:
1. Coava Coffee Roasters
One of my favorites in the city (they have multiple locations). The service here was incredible and we loved their cappuccinos made with oat milk.
1300 SE Grand Ave a, Portland, OR 97214
2. Stumptown Coffee Roasters
A classic to Portland is Stumptown Coffee. One of their locations is inside the Ace Hotel and be sure to stop by the lobby (also iconic). Their cold brew is great and they have a range of coffee tools for the home too.
1026 SW Harvey Milk St, Portland, OR 97205
3. Never Coffee
This was my personal favorite coffee shop in Portland — it was so bright and cheerful. We took a few bags of beans home as well. They serve up your typical menu plus some fun creative hot + cold drinks.
537 SW 12th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
4. Lovely Rita Coffee Bar
Lovely Rita was located at the bottom of our hotel, the Hoxton. It’s a beautiful coffee bar that also serves pastries as well.
15 NW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97209
5. Upper Left Roasters
A beautiful coffee shop with a location in the heart of downtown Portland. Come by for a drink to go here.
555 SW Morrison St #100, Portland, OR 97204
6. Keeper Coffee Co
One of the more unique locations in the city, Keeper Coffee Co is located inside a small women’s boutique. They have limited seating on the window so it’s a good spot to grab a coffee and small bite to go.
1121 SE 2nd Ave, Portland, OR 97214
7. Proud Mary
A classic from Melbourne, Australia, Proud Mary serves more than a good brew. Come here for brunch as well!
2012 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211
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