New Orleans’s independent coffee shop scene has thrived for over a decade, beginning with the arrival of third-wave shops in the 2010s. In the last few years, neighborhood cafes have become increasingly important to their neighborhoods, offering resources like community printers, running their own community fridge, and hosting weekend art markets and pop-ups. There are those that roast their own beans, like French Truck and Congregation, and those that utilize locally-roasted brands to make drinks.
This map covers a sampling of newcomers and longtime favorites. Whether you’re in need of some spiced cold brew, a frozen drink, a pour-over, a cafe au lait, or just a black cup of joe, these shops have you covered.
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