I think pretty much everyone who knows me knows that I spend a lot of time in coffee shops. If I’m not somewhere out on the trails with my kids or exploring somewhere, I’m in a coffee shop. And I write about it a lot, too.
Whether you’re looking for pre or post-run caffeine, a place to connect to wifi, an indoor meeting spot, or somewhere to go to beat the rain, you might find what you’re looking for in these local coffee shops and cafes.
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The Best Coffee Shops in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom – NEK
Here’s where to go for coffee in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom.
1. Cafe Lotti (East Burke)
The Perks: Full espresso based drink menu, teas, breakfast and lunch, games and books, cool local Vermont gifts, typically good music. Tell owners, Johnny and Linda, that Julie sent you.
2. Cosmic Cup Café (St. Johnsbury)
The Perks: Maple lattes, latte art, and new St. Johnsbury location in the downtown. Tell owner, Mat, that Julie sent you.
3. Front Seat Coffee (Hardwick + Craftsbury Outdoor Center)
The Perks: Trendy, modern vibe, good music, seating, gluten free treats, local art displays. Gotta try: the homemade lemonade, London Fog, and freshly made French Macarons.
Other Local Coffee Options: Central Cafe (St. Johnsbury), Locally Social (St. Johnsbury) and Singletrack Coffee (Coffee Truck, often in East Burke).