— If you want to start your morning at home, you can’t beat a coffee shop in a coffee spot.
That’s what we learned from the best coffee spots in Nashville during the week of our survey.
We’ll be featuring coffee spots across the city in future reports.
Knoxville Coffee: Knox and Cumberland Coffee Roasters is a longtime stalwart in the coffee scene in the Nashville area, and you’ll find it there at Knox Coffee.
They have a long history of producing some of the best coffees around, and the menu is always well curated.
You can grab a cup of coffee, pick a menu item, or order a quick lunch, and then head back for a snack.
Their coffees have a good mix of the local ingredients, with everything from fresh, locally sourced beans to seasonal and artisan coffees.
There are also plenty of local vendors who make the coffee taste fresh and vibrant.
Trolley Coffee: Trolley is a coffee-focused cafe, and they’re well known for their tasty lattes and pastries.
They’re a little smaller than the bigger coffee chains, but that doesn’t mean they don’t offer a wide selection of drinks.
The coffee you get here is also delicious, and is definitely not a big seller.
Trolleys lattes come in a variety of flavors, and some of them have a sweet and savory note to them.
They also offer a variety the drinks you’d normally get at other cafes.
Tollers coffee is a little pricey, but if you don’t like the idea of paying full price, it’s a great place to go if you’re looking for something quick and easy.
Nokopel: Nokomoto, located in the heart of downtown, has been around for more than two decades.
NOKomoto is a casual coffee shop with a wide menu that’s full of options.
There’s something for everyone, including espresso, cappuccinos, and sandwiches.
They even have a full bar where you can enjoy drinks on the go.
There is also a coffee house, but it’s only open from noon to 11pm, and there’s usually a line to get in, so it’s usually not a popular place to spend the night.
Kettle and kettle at home: If you’re on a budget and want to try something fresh, Kettle & Bean is a good option for you.
They offer a mix of traditional, organic, and vegan coffee, so there are always some tasty options to choose from.
You might also like their vegan chocolate chip cookies.
The Coffee Shop: This is a great coffee shop for anyone who loves a good cup of joe.
You’ll find the same great selection of coffee at this local spot, and it’s also a great option for a quick bite.
They’ve got a full menu of sandwiches, salads, and a selection of beverages to get you through the day.
They do have a small seating area, but you might have to wait a bit if you want a spot.
Coffee Shop at the Zoo: This coffee shop is located in a zoo, and their coffee is great.
Their espresso is also well made, and that’s something you’ll notice right away.
The cafe also has a patio where you might enjoy a nice bite to eat.
Naughty and Nice: Naughty Coffee is a popular spot in downtown Nashville for coffee lovers who want to get their morning fix without having to drive.
The menu here has a good variety of coffees, and everything is fresh.
They take their own coffee beans and add a little salt and pepper to them, which adds flavor and texture to the coffee.
NNN’s Naughty is also known for its espresso.
NNK is also home to a vegan café, so you might want to make your way there if you’d like to try some vegan coffee.
Ales by the Sea: The Ales at the Sea coffee shop has a really great coffee selection, and also serves a variety on the menu.
You won’t find a lot of options for vegan coffee here, but they offer a vegan sandwich on the patio and a salad bar on the kitchen.
They can also offer their own cappucino, so if you like that flavor, you’ll definitely find something to suit your taste.
The Bar: The Bar is another coffee shop that is well known in the city.
This place has a great mix of coffee options, and every cup is handcrafted.
The bar offers sandwiches and salads as well as a coffee menu, so they might be a good place to enjoy a quick drink or two.
The Roastery: If that’s not enough coffee for you, you could always try the Roastery coffee shop, located at the corner of Tennessee and Interstate 35 in the middle of downtown.
They stock a variety coffees in the