Top 10 Coffee Shops in Roswell, Georgia

A Guide to Roswell Coffee Shops

Crazy Love Coffee House

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Breathing new life into a historic home, Crazy Love is an aesthetically gifted hallmark among Roswell coffee shops, given its minimalistic white walls, lengthy communal workbenches, great big windows that let the sunshine pour on through, locally roasted java, Belgian Liege waffles, ice cream, and cute market items such as t-shirts, jewelry, housewares, and books. The attention to detail that has gone into designing this adorable abode with a delightful balance of charm and utility makes it an easy go-to for daytime meetings with colleagues, long overdue coffee dates, or solo study sessions.

Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee

The original Land of a Thousand Hills location, which is perched at the top of a quiet hill just minutes from downtown, treats visitors to house-roasted coffee, Italian desserts, and live music performances. The beautiful blue cottage is surrounded by lush grounds featuring a picnic table dappled grass lawn, vibrant gardens, trees, and a patio area illuminated by light bulbs strung together overhead. What’s more, a portion of all profits go towards funding initiatives and building communities in the most sustainable way possible in Rwanda.

Pop’s Coffee Co

This recent addition to the ever-budding index of Roswell coffee shops offers guests a spacious, modern environment speckled with plenty of seating arrangements and vintage motorcycles. Whether you’d like to settle into a well-manicured nook and appreciate the company of loved ones over a steamy cup of joe, groove to the tunes of a local musician, peruse through gear and home-brewing equipment, or peacefully work amidst the fine-tuned charm of a reliable neighborhood gathering place, whatever the case may be, Pop’s Garage has got you covered.

Roswell Provisions

Snuggled among the gorgeous brick storefronts lining the famous Historic District’s Canton Street, Roswell Provisions delivers a true French market experience. On the ground floor, patrons can find an espresso bar turning out hot and cold coffee drinks, an ice cream parlor, countless one-of-a-kind gifts, over 100 different fine wines from all over the world, some 125 domestic and international cheeses (along with all the other ingredients needed for the ultimate Charcuterie board), and a patisserie boasting a wide assortment of scrumptious French pastries and sweets, chocolates, cookies, freshly baked bread, and croissants, plus quiche, biscuits, and bagels.

Meet a friend for coffee, bring your favorite book (or find one in the market) and hang out in one of the comfy gathering areas, or dine al fresco on the patio as the hustle and bustle of town passes on by.

Summit Coffee Co.

If you truly love and appreciate the art of award-winning java, search no further than Summit, which is passionate about intentionally roasting the world’s finest certified-organic beans in-house. They have an expansive lounge area complete with good vibes, blue-green accents, chic furnishings, neon signage reading “find your summit,” a crackling fireplace, and accommodations for remote work.

Fellows Cafe

Nestled beneath a one-hundred-year-old oak tree on Green Street, Fellows is an enchanting brunch spot inspired by global travels. It’s a cozy cafe in Paris, a neighborhood bagel shop in Brooklyn, and a destination for family breakfasts, coffee catch-ups, and casual business meetings. Dine inside the creatively reimagined 1890s historic home or outside, either on the spacious front patio or the peaceful backyard garden.

Cafe Au Lait

Down at the end of an unassuming strip-mall on Holcomb Bridge Road, Cafe Au Lait has a warm French-inspired setting accentuated by framed portraits, ample wooden tabletops, and a cobblestone fireplace. The friendly folks behind the counter here are dedicated to turning out the highest quality goods, from coffee to pastries to french toast. It’s no wonder they’ve been in business for over a decade and are still goin’ strong!

RISE Coffee & Tea

RISE is on a mission to know, love, and serve the community through healthy, delicious, locally sourced coffee and baked-from-scratch gluten-free goods while providing a bigger stage for people with special needs to shine their light. There’s even a convenient drive-thru that’ll get you right back on the road and moving toward your final destination in no time.

Douceur De France

Built on traditional French techniques, as well as local and organic ingredients, Douceur de France provides patrons sandwiches, quiches, soups, and pastries made with a passion for maintaining classically French offerings and a dash of chef-driven creativity. Settle into a corner and savor your morning delight, stop by for a quick snack while exploring the area, or grab a sweet treat for that special somebody on your way home.

Scooters Coffee

Scooter’s Coffee is a drive-thru franchise that has been serving world-class coffee for more than 20 years. The menu features an array of specialty espresso beverages, single-origin coffee, fruit smoothies, Red Bull Infusions, Cold Brew, baked-from-scratch pastries, and savory breakfast options ranging from breakfast burritos to hot sandwiches. The Caramelicious is their signature drink, you can’t go wrong with ordering this rich, velvety, caramel treat.

This rapidly blossoming java business started out in 1998 as a single drive-thru coffeehouse in Bellevue, Nebraska clinging to the following principles: find a great location and stay committed to high-quality drinks, speed of service, and a BIG smile. Since those humble beginnings, Scooter’s has grown to over 300 locations in 21 states across the nation.


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