New CUPS Cafes: September Edition

Fall is approaching, summer break is over, and it’s time to go apple picking and enjoy pumpkin-flavored… everything. In celebration, here is a roundup of our new September cafes, including something very exciting – our first four cafes in Nashville, where we just launched! We gotta be honest, they are all pretty darn rad. Check ‘em out below!

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New York

Champion Coffee (NoHo & Greenpoint)

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Roasting all their coffee locally in Greenpoint, Champion has become the, err, champion of the neighborhood. Revered for their killer cold brew, they also have sandwiches and other delicious eats.

Bean Me Coffee (Hell’s Kitchen)

Kicking off the weekend right #coffee #latteart #hellskitchen #specialtycoffee #rosetta

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Tucked away in Hell’s Kitchen, this small espresso shop serves up some pretty wonderful drinks. With great service and tasty offerings, this will be one of your go-to spots when you’re in the area!

Daly Pie (Prospect Heights)

Mmmmm, pie. This pie shop, located just north of Grand Army Plaza, not only serves up great coffee but great pies to boot. We’ve got our eye on the peanut butter insanity pie, washed down with a cold brew.

Walter’s Coffee (Bushwick)

You guys. This coffee shop is chemistry-inspired and we are just so into it. Walking into Walter’s is like being back in science class all over again. All that science really pays off when you try a cup of their coffee.

Bushwick Bakery (Bushwick)

Trying to beat the heat in the city at my new favorite spot with my forever favorite person @sarbearz

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Bushwick Bakery has a basis in French baking with the creativity to reflect its ever changing neighborhood. Their excellent coffee matches the quality of their baked goods!

Sacramento

Bloom Coffee & Tea (Roseville)

Brunch?

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With game nights, local art on display, and a creative and awesome food menu, Bloom Coffee & Tea ups the ante on your local coffee shop. Their coffee is from local roasters, and the vanilla latte is out of this world.They also have an extensive tea menu!

Philadelphia

Rally Coffee (Bella Vista)

Rally Coffee is way more than a coffee shop. Located in Bella Vista, Rally serves as a creative marketing agency, co-working space, coffee shop, and event space. With beautiful decor and an acute attention to detail, you certainly won’t want to take your coffee to go. You can even reserve a table for important meetings. #winning.

Nashville

Atmalogy (Midtown)

This gorgeous, multi-purpose space is one you will want to spend a lot of time in. With event spaces, wellness-based workshops, healthy food, and great coffee, Atmalogy is a spot worth exploring.

Tin Cup Coffee (Downtown)

You can always make time for some #coffee and a croissant #CoffeeBreak #ColdBrew #IcedCoffee

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Tin Cup Coffee roasts in-house, offering different seasonal single-origin brews, and you can tell. We’ll enjoy our java amongst the relaxed, comfortable vibe and couches..

The Jam Coffeehouse (Wedgewood)

Happy Friday, Nashville! Spread some coffee love this weekend with our super duper cute gift cards. ☕️💕 //

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A local coffee shop with a dedication to supporting local farms and small businesses, organic ingredients, and syrups made in house? Uh, yes please. The Jam Coffeehouse has an incredibly creative menu, including interesting coffee and tea drinks that you’ve never seen before, but will never be able to live without again!

Divine Art Cafe (East Nashville)

This cafe is certainly divine in its coffee and its mission to support underserved populations. Coffee just tastes better when it’s paired with a charitable cause, no? They also have homemade soups, salads, sandwiches, and desserts. Nom nom.

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