If you are looking for a great place to sit and enjoy a nice cup of coffee or tea, I have three of my favorite shops. Here are the 3 top coffee spots in the heart of Eugene. First, we will take a
Three Best Coffee Shops In The Heart Of Eugene, Oregon
Dated: July 29 2021
If you are looking for a great place to sit and enjoy a nice cup of coffee or tea, I have three of my favorite shops. Here are the 3 top coffee spots in the heart of Eugene.
First, we will take a stroll down to the 5th street market, where you can grab a coffee from Tailored Coffee shop, then venture out to shop and enjoy the farmers market during Spring and summer. Tailored coffee is an upbeat and trendy coffee shop that knows how to make a perfect cup of joe! They even have a coffee subscription so that you can enjoy their coffee at home!
Let's see our next coffee shop right downtown on Pearl Street is the Dark Pine Coffee. What a perfect place if you want to grab a cup of coffee or a milkshake and walk downtown Eugene. Not only is their coffee excellent on the palette, but they have fresh goodies from Sweet Life Patisseries. Perfect spot to grab a treat!
On to the last stop. This is one of my go-to spots to sip a latte—Meraki Coffee company on Willamette street.
| may-rah-kee | verb (Greek) To do something with soul, creativity, or love; to put something of yourself in your work" This is a chic coffee spot with fresh baked goods, more tasty foods on their menu like avocado toast and house-made granola. So invite a friend and sip on a delicious beverage and enjoy their comfy couches!
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