The Ultimate Coffee Map: Where to Find the Best Coffee on the SouthCoast
If you don’t drink coffee, I simply do not understand you.
I won’t pass judgment, but there is nothing better than starting your day off with a freshly brewed cup of coffee, and you can’t tell me otherwise.
My obsession started fairly young. My mom had a rough time waking me up for high school, and one day she let me try her Folger’s. It was love at first sip.
Over the years, my order has evolved from insanely sweet to a tad bit darker as my taste for rich coffee notes has grown.
I’ve come a long way from my French Vanilla, extra-extra.
When my husband and I started dating, he loved the smell but hated the taste. I quickly converted him to the "coffee side" after showing him the endless varieties.
Dark roast, blonde roast, light roast, espresso, lattes, cappuccinos… The opportunities for caffeine are endless.
A true coffee lover knows that not all cups of coffee are created equally.
As a Rhode Islander, I have my go-to spots. In my opinion, The Nitro Bar in Providence and The Nook in East Greenwich are top-tier. However, I’m learning more and more about the hidden gems sprinkled throughout the SouthCoast that deserve a spot on the ultimate coffee guide.
This morning on Michael and Maddie, we asked you the most important question. Where can you find the best coffee on the SouthCoast?
We asked, and you delivered.
Keep scrolling and keep this list handy. Here are the best coffee spots around, as picked by you.