New Orleans Coffee Shops

06:04 November 30, 2015
By: Kimmie Tubré

New Orleans Coffee Shops

Bean Gallery

637 N. Carrollton Ave. •

Bean Gallery is a Mid-City favorite. Conveniently located on Carrollton near Orleans, The Bean Gallery isn’t know for fancy schmancy gourmet drinks. This place is a local favorite because of its delicious coffee, consistent charm and local atmosphere.


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Fair Grinds Coffee House

3313 Ponce de Leon St. •

Fair Grinds Coffee House caters to the neighborhood community by serving only the best fair trade coffee, tea and cafe cuisine. Working directly with community organizers in Central and South America, Fair Grinds aims to offer some of the city’s best Latin coffee blends.


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French Truck Coffee

@FrenchTruck •

French Truck Coffee is a one-of-a-kind micro-roaster with on-the-spot roasted coffee swag. Now with its own retail location, French Truck Coffee knows that their clients love the nest of coffees and they aim to please.


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Hi Volt

1829 Sophie Wright Pl. •

Hi Volt has kicked the coffee game up a couple of notches, serving everything from cold pressed to pour-over, Oji drip, Japanese iced and fantastic espresso creations.


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Mojo Coffee House

Multiple locations •

Mojo Coffee House knows that when it comes to Mojo, “It’s all about the coffee.” Locally roasted and locally owned, the baristas at Mojo take their coffee seriously. They serve up beautiful decorated and tasty coffee treats at two locations located on Magazine and Freret Streets.

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Morning call

Multiple Locations •

Morning call is as well known for their beignets as they are their delicious coffee. In operation since 1870, Morning Call was originally located in the French Market. After relocating in the 1970s, Morning Call spent decades in Metairie before opening a second scenic location in New Orleans’ City Park.

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PJ’s Coffee

Multiple locations •

PJ’s Coffee started as a small shop in the Carrollton area. Since the late 1970s, PJ’s has expanded, with locations from Atlanta to California. Known for seasonal blends like such as their annual Wedding Cake and Windsor Court blends, it is a favorite among locals.

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Sacred Grinds

5055 Canal St. •

Sacred Grinds specializes in Zombie Coffee. With scenic cemetery views and Zombie hand chairs, Sacred Grinds has a menu that includes everything from latte to spookier coffee blends. But don’t worry, they also serve coffee to humans.

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Village Coffee

5335 Freret St. •

Village Coffee is more than just a fantastic java joint, serving a variety of everything from breakfast to sandwiches. Located at the edge of Freret near the university area, Village Coffee? keeps a full house of satisfied patrons.

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Z’otz Cafe

8210 Oak St. •

Z’otz Cafe serves only the nest coffee and espresso in the Riverbend. Popular for its Godiva Mocha Coffee drink, Z’otz has a spectacular selection matched by its quirky, new-wave vibe.

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