A Guide to Camarillo Coffee Shops
Near and dear to the heart of town, Tree Lounge is one of the most aesthetically gifted coffee shops in Camarillo, given its warm earthy tones set against minimalistic white walls, gorgeous art pieces, live music performances, steady background hum of local creatives sharing ideas, fresh baked goods, and tantalizing aroma of gourmet java. The attention to detail that has gone into designing this artsy hub with a delightful balance of charm and utility makes it an easy go-to for daytime meetings with colleagues, long overdue coffee dates, and solo study sessions.
Conveniently situated just off Highway 101, Cafe Ficelle offers guests a cozy ambiance underscored by comfy wooden chairs, ample tabletops, great big windows that let the sunlight pour on through, and accommodations for remote work. The warmly familiar decor serves as an accomplice to thoughtfully crafted, rewardingly delicious coffee beverages, delectable homemade pastries, and tasty eats like avocado toasts, savory sandwiches, and sweet crepes.
Around the corner from Pleasant Valley Fields, Common Perk has a fun modern vibe featuring colorful light fixtures, several seating arrangements, touches of greenery, and amenities for a productive day. In addition to serving coffee beverages enhanced by house-made syrups, the friendly folks behind the counter here maintain a tempting selection of toasts, salads, and hoagies.
Old Town Cafe provides patrons a relaxed yet refined culinary experience accentuated by gram-worthy brunch fare ranging from their famous Baja Benedict and breakfast burritos to huge buttermilk pancakes and Belgian waffles to burgers, salads, and sweet potato fries. Settle into a cozy corner and appreciate the company of loved ones over a steamy mug of joe, dine al fresco with your furry four-legged companion on the tranquil sidewalk terrace, or stop in for a high-quality afternoon pick-me-up.
The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf has a reliable work and gathering space that features tables to sit down at and stay awhile, there’s also a lovely outdoor patio. The founders, Herb and Mona Hyman, weren’t trying to start a coffee empire when they set off for a trip to Europe together.
After enjoying outstanding coffee throughout the continent, the couple decided to bring the specialty coffeehouse concept back to America. That being said, the brand was established in 1963, opening its first store – which continues to operate to this day – in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. Since then, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf has grown to over 1,000 stores worldwide.
An absolute gem tucked away in the scenic hills of Ventura County, Hidden Cafe combines traditional breakfast and lunch fare with Pacific Islander and Spanish flair.
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