Nashville is synonymous with a few things like music and hot chicken. But, the metropolis city also has a coffee scene unlike any other. What makes them different is the artistic flair and passion behind each one. All courtesy of the local artists who inhabit this fantastic town. Whether you are a local looking for new coffee inspiration or a tourist wanting to find something unique, we’ve rounded up some of the places to get coffee in Nashville.
If you’re out and about in the west end, be sure to check out Dose. The intimate atmosphere is great for relaxing after some time at the Nashville Farmers Market or catching up with an old friend. They offer a complete range of coffee from pour-over to espresso. The relaxed vibe is further complemented by hosting a menu of eats that are produced onsite. For the gluten intolerant, they often have a selection of items. But, we should warn you they are popular so get there early!
Crema is a coffee shop and roasting company located in Nashville. They have a great spot next to Pinewood Social where you can sit outside and take in everything Nashville has to offer. Dare we say it’s also Instagramable with the skyline in perfect view. The company was started by fellow coffee fanatics back in 2007. They are still going strong today with an expanded product offering. Crema sells everything from seasonally flavored beans to coffee subscriptions.
This place is a unique location to visit if you want some delicious coffee. The shop is relatively new to Nashville but has quickly made a name for itself. The original site in East Nashville is large enough to find comfortable seating and conveniently located to trendy eateries in the area. However, you might not stray too far. In addition to their roasted coffee, they have a select menu of delicious items. The entire space is creative and beautiful. There is usually a line, so be prepared to wait.
Red Bicycle Coffee
If you’re exploring the ever-developing Germantown, make sure to stop by Red Bicycle Coffee. The shop offers uniquely flavored roasts to pique your palette. They have a bourbon-infused blend that is genuinely different and worth trying. But, you won’t just want to stop for a coffee. The Red Bicycle has an expansive menu of crepes on offer. From savory to sweet, you can find something to complement your taste. They also cater to the gluten intolerant with a gluten-free crepe base to choose from.
Slow Hand Coffee
Slow Hand Coffee is an upscale coffee shop without the intimidating vibe. The spot focuses on offering quality brews and an assortment of sweet and savory eats. The industrial vibe makes it a fun and different place to spend time with friends. Their menu includes everything from in-house brews to specialties. The pastries are homemade and include things like chocolate chip cookies and blueberry muffins. They are only open until 3 pm which would make this an ideal joint for brunch.
Tin Cup Coffee
Tin Cup Coffee has two locations. The original spot is located in the heart of downtown Nashville. It’s got expansive seating making it the ideal place for anyone who is out exploring Broadway. It’s the perfect place to rest, relax, and catch up with someone special. The vibe is relaxed and friendly. The brick interior is beautiful and lends itself to a rustic vibe. Tin Cup’s coffee is roasted in-house using advanced techniques for the highest quality. There is everything from pour-over to espressos to accommodate all taste buds. You can even stay for some breakfast or lunch. If you want coffee in Madison, TN, Tin Cup just opened a new location. Open Mon-Fri, the spot has all the same delicious coffee and food items.
Tin Cup is proud to serve both Nashville and Madison delicious coffee in an inviting atmosphere. To view our complete menu visit our website.