Baltimore Coffee Shops

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erics
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#1: Post by erics »

I have added an additional shop to the original list of Baltimore-Washington DC Coffee Shops.

Baltimore-Washington DC Coffee Shops


Sophomore Coffee
https://sophomorecoffee.com/
https://www.facebook.com/pages/category ... 369871376/
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JamieS

#2: Post by JamieS »

There's also a new coffee shop in Bethesda that serves coffee roasted by Ceremony Coffee of Annapolis. I went there to try it recently and enjoyed the espresso.

https://www.cloveandcedarcoffeebar.com/

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Thank you.

I have added them to the original list - Baltimore-Washington DC Coffee Shops
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Rickpatbrown

#4: Post by Rickpatbrown »

There is a newish shop in Harbor East/Fells that is definitely worthy of a visit. I think they opened in spring of 2019
Aveley Farms.

They roast on-site and have pretty decent espresso, good pourover (depending on Barista, a little bit).

Hopefully, they will start offering single origin shots.

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#5: Post by erics »

Thank you.

I have added them to the original list - Baltimore-Washington DC Coffee Shops .
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Dpablo

#6: Post by Dpablo »

The new Milk and Honey in Station North, Baltimore is owned by Vagrant Coffee Roasters and does a decent job, too.

Dpablo

#7: Post by Dpablo »

Btw, Almack's, Café Cito, and Tesfa no longer exist. I'd also recommend the following 3rd wave shops throughout Baltimore City: Thread Coffee Roasters, Bird in Hand, Dear Globe, Vent Coffee Roasters (formerly housed within the defunct Argosy Café), Baby's on Fire, Three Bean Coffee, Ceremony (Mt. Vernon, Harbor East, Federal Hill), OneDo, Charmington's, Park Café, Order and Chaos, and Ground and Griddled (Café Cito's successor).

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#8: Post by Rickpatbrown » replying to Dpablo »

I need to check out more of Baltimores coffee scene. I was drinking Zekes a year ago and am just starting to learn about good coffee. I've always thought there had to be good coffee in a town like Baltimore. This list is a good place e to start.

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#9: Post by erics »

For D'Paul Nibber -

Much Thanks. Your deletions are noted and your others added.
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Ottavio

#10: Post by Ottavio »

I'd like to add a couple of Baltimore area spots to the list.
Gracefully Coffee Roasters in Windsor Mill
Reisters Daughter in Reisterstown