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The 10 Best Cafés of Las Vegas

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We visited the fast-paced New York and drank ice lattes on the sunny beaches of Miami. Now, it is time for the glittering gem of Nevada desert to shine. Las Vegas was never famous for its coffee, since the hot sun and hot coffee doesn’t really go hand to hand with each other.

But with the evolution of coffee brewing, the two can finally live together. Until a few years ago, finding a non-generic coffee in this city was almost impossible. But with coffee’s ever rising popularity in the world, it was just a matter of time before it gained some foothold in here as well.

If you are planning a trip to Vegas, you will need good coffee to keep you winded. Even those who are not into casinos and nightlife, but just true coffee lovers, will be surprised to find that there are some special cafés in this city. So take a chance and follow us on a caffeine-filled journey to find the best ones. Because after all, this is Vegas, baby!

Our top picks:

10. Grouchy John’s Coffee Shop

  • Address: 8520 S Maryland Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89123-2700
  • Telephone: +1 702-778-7553
  • Opening hours: Mon – Fri, 5:00 – 20:00; Sat – Sun, 7:00 – 19:00
  • More information about the coffee house: http://grouchyjohns.com/

Grouchy John’s is a simple, yet effective café. Right from the start, you will see that this café has an extra feature. Drive-thru, for those that don’t have the time to sit down and relax with a cup of coffee. If you have time, the inside of the café is neat and spacious.

The warm pastel red walls give it a soothing vibe that will definitely help you relax while reading one of many books that can be found on the nearby shelves. From time to time, you can see on the walls (or even buy) some of the paintings the local artists made. Parts of the interior are Star Wars and The Walking Dead themed. Perfect place for any fans.

The baristas are friendly and kind. They will give you a helping hand in figuring what flavor you should try if you are there for the first time.  The owner of the place is frequently there and will be checking if the quality of service and coffees are high.

This café has its own, homemade flavors of coffee. They create interesting mixtures with some good sounding names like A.R.M., O.G., Evil Monkey, Mayan Apocalypse, etc. All of these coffees can be served hot, iced or blended, depending on the taste.

9. Espressamente Illy

  • Address: 3325 Las Vegas Blvd S, Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1414
  • Telephone: +1 702-869-2233
  • Opening hours: Sun – Thu, 6:00 – 24:00; Fri – Sat, 6:00 – 1:00
  • More information about the coffee house: http://www.illy.com/

This café, located in a mall, is a great place to take a break from shopping or gambling. The front is nothing special, just with a stylish doorway and the café name written on top of it.

Interior is clean but relatively narrow, so do not expect to find a lot of sitting room. There are a couple of tables next to the wall, but this café is mostly meant as a take-out. Overall décor is pretty and is pleasant to the eye. It has a fast food feel to it.

Their staff is very fun and knowledgeable about coffee and you can expect fast service from them.

This café has its own Illy coffee, made out of nine different Arabica seeds, blended nicely prior to roasting. This preparation method preserves the aroma and fresh taste with pressurized packaging. Beside this preparation method, they also have cappuccinos, mochas, Neapolitans, Turkish Coffee and French Press. They do not lack in coffee variety, that is for sure.

With the coffee, you can order good sandwiches or something else from their breakfast menu (like eggs or many salads). If you want to try something sweet, they have delicious crepe selection and also many ice cream flavors.

8. The Perq

  • Address: 2535 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109-1137
  • Telephone: +1 702-761-7609
  • Opening hours: Sun – Sat, 6:00 – 20:00
  • More information about the coffee house: https://www.slslasvegas.com/

The Perq is located in an SLS Las Vegas Hotel, right between the lobby and the casino. Great if you want to replenish some energy after the famous Las Vegas casino night. They were among the first to bring third-way coffee brewing to Las Vegas. With the help from LA based roasting company Lamill coffee, they set on making the best coffee in Las Vegas.

Since Perq is part of the hotel, the café looks very stylish and classy. The most dominating thing in it is the dark wood décor. Tables are done in the same fashion, with a couple of long tables supported by logs, which looks unique. Service in the café is superb. The staff is working hard so there are no huge lines for the coffee.

With the help from Lamill, coffee made in this café is prepared well, it wasn’t too acidic and has a great smooth flavor. Among the interesting coffee menu, you can find almond milk caramel latte, which is excellent for anyone that likes drinking sweets.

From the non-coffee menu, you can pick from the selection of different paninis, salads or Danishes. Especially delicious thing from this menu are the gelato sandwiches.

7. Seattle’s Best Coffee

  • Address: South Point Hotel and Casino, 9777 S Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV
  • Telephone: n/a
  • Opening hours: Sun – Sat, 5:00 – 23:00
  • More information about the coffee house: https://seattlesbest.com/

Like most of the cafés in Las Vegas, Seattle’s Best can be found inside a hotel. Southpoint Hotel and Casino to be exact. Style of its interior is awesome, looking like a steampunk mixture of a factory and café. The brown tones that are prevailing shouldn’t look as good as it does. With many brewing machines around the café, any hardcore coffee fan will feel like being in a candy store.

The Staff working there is trained well to use all the brewing methods that this place offers. They will always greet you with a smile and a helping hand in picking the right flavor for you.

Seattle’s Best Coffee has been brewing for 45 years, and you can taste the experience with every sip of one of their many coffees. Choosing a coffee is the hardest decision here. They use four different brewing methods: Drip Brewer, Keurig Brewer (using Seattle’s Bests coffee K-Cup pods for a quick preparation), Pour-Over and with a Coffee Press.

Next step is picking from their wide spectrum of roasts from light, medium and dark roasts to flavored blends. After you’ve picked that, you will be treated with a distinct taste that will hook you up to it. If you are a fan of trying different kinds of coffee brewing or just didn’t discover the one that suits you, this is the right place to be.

6. Java Vegas Coffee

  • Address: 4500 West Tropicana Avenue, The Orleans Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV 89103-5420
  • Telephone: n/a
  • Opening hours: n/a
  • More information about the coffee house: http://www.orleanscasino.com/

This café is located in the Orleans Hotel & Casino, close to the strip, but still not too close to it to be too crowded and too expensive.

Since it is a part of the hotel, the café is not in a shop, but integrated into the hotel interior. A small piece of coffee paradise to help you rest. There’s a long table and a few small ones placed for maximum enjoyment.

The coffee menu in the Java Vegas café is very similar to Starbucks, who is, in fact, Java’s retailer. So if you are a fan of it, you cannot go wrong here. Since it is very much like Starbucks, you would expect prices to be a bit high. Luckily that is not the case, as they are quite reasonable.

Good hotel café should offer a rich breakfast menu, which this one does. There are a lot of great meals to choose from like oatmeal, sandwiches or croissants. There is even something for people that like sugary treats like muffins (chocolate, blueberry, etc.), doughnuts or sweet yogurts.

Great place if you are staying at the Orleans hotel, but also if you are in the vicinity and want a good cup of coffee.

5. Coffee Pub

  • Address: 2800 W Sahara Ave Ste 2A, Las Vegas, NV 89102-4387
  • Telephone: +1 702-367-1913
  • Opening hours: Mon – Fri, 7:00 – 15:00; Sat – Sun, 8:00 – 14:00
  • More information about the coffee house: http://www.coffeepublv.com/

Coffee Pub is actually placed in a big yellow house, redecorated to be a café. The front yard is filled with tables and chairs, with a conveniently placed tree and some sunshades to help guests deal with the hot Las Vegas days.

Interior also has a homey feeling to it. Nice shades of green-colored walls, children’s drawings everywhere. Very good idea to stand out of the crowd of casino oriented cafés. Excellent service, the staff will treat you like an old customer, even if you just got there. It all adds to the perfect home alike atmosphere, that this place does well.

Coffee selection is from all over the world, with many blends available to order. But most popular among them have to be Frozen Coffee Favorites, that are like coffee smoothies.

A lot of different tastes for everyone, people in training will love Powerlift (blueberry, apple juice, banana, protein powder), if you are on a diet try The Low Cal (orange juice, strawberry, banana, and crushed ice) or A.M. Las Vegas (orange juice and non-dairy gelato) for the lactose intolerant. Also, noteworthy coffee is the Chai Tea Latte with Almond milk.

They offer satisfying breakfast and lunch meals if you are feeling hungry.

4. Va Bene Caffe

  • Address: 3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, NV 89109-4
  • Telephone: +1 702-698-7000
  • Opening hours: Sun – Sat, 00:00 – 24:00
  • More information about the coffee house: https://www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com/

Conveniently named “it’s all good”, this café claims its name like a motto. With a futuristic look to it, Va Bene will first pull you in with it, but keep you with its high-quality coffee and good vibes. If you are staying at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, you can choose to be charged for the meals and coffees along with the room. Nice feature if you forgot your money in the room and don’t want to go back.

Service is always fast, and you will not have to wait in a long line to get a cup of coffee. It seems like professionalism is in the staff’s nature because they offer excellent service to their guests.

There is an almost full selection of coffee drinks like Americano, Cappuccino or cold brews. They only lack Latte and regular black coffee on the menu. If you are looking for those, you’ll probably be disappointed. Instead of the regular milk, you can ask for coconut one to give it a try.

Among the other non-coffee products, there is a selection of interesting things like almond and Nutella croissants or Cheese Danish. They also have gluten free muffins, something not seen in every other café.

3. BabyStacks Café

  • Address: 4135 S Buffalo Dr Ste 101, Suite 101, Las Vegas, NV
  • Telephone: +1 702-207-6432
  • Opening hours: Mon – Fri, 7:00 – 14:00; Sat – Sun, 10:00 – 15:00
  • More information about the coffee house: http://www.babystackscafe.com/

Lately, cafés are becoming more and more diverse, to the point where you can find many other things to order beside coffee. BabyStack is one of those places. Beside  the funny name, the outside of the café looks like any regular shop. Interior is much more lively and will amaze you with its interesting décor choices.

The counter and some parts of the walls are made out of stylish gray stones. On the walls, you can spot giant butterflies just chilling there. Since this is a café, there are all the regular coffee choices like cappuccino or regular black coffee. They go very well with any salty or sweet food they have on the menu.

Tasty Mexican breakfast is a must if you are a spicy food lover. Also, many creative meals like Rick’s Adobo Fried Rice, Kalua Grilled Cheese or Huevos Rancheros. If nothing like that suits you, there is a B.Y.O. (Build Your Own) option for breakfast. They have a huge selection of pancakes available to satisfy any sugar fan, too big to mention them all in this text.

All meals come in massive portions, so if you are really hungry after that morning coffee, dig in!

2. Palio

  • Address: 3600 Las Vegas Blvd S, At Bellagio Hotel., Las Vegas, NV 89109-4303
  • Telephone: +1 702-693-8160
  • Opening hours: Fri, 6:00 – 22:00; Sat – Thu, 6:00 – 18:00
  • More information about the coffee house: https://www.bellagio.com/

Inside the Bellagio Hotel on the Strip, you can find this oriental gem.  You will not miss the big Palio sign standing over the entrance, between two big flags. Interior is done in the truly old-fashioned way cafés used to look. Old school look with wooden round tables and well placed chest-high walls dividing the sitting area from the counter.

Best of all must be the terrace that overlooks the pool gardens. Service is done by serious and professional staff, that is there to suit your needs. You will not see them out of line or anything but helpful.

Their most popular coffee choice is regular black coffee to start your day. But for those people that want to try something new, you can order Mexican coffee (coffee with tequila and cinnamon) or Baileys Irish Cream coffee (with Baileys original cream and Irish whiskey). Their coffee is not mass produced since they put great effort into every single coffee.

From the food menu, bacon breakfast rolls are a must. Pastry and sandwiches are also good and will keep you full. Gelato is a whole other story and is amazing in taste and presentation. All of their food and drinks look presentable and delicious enough for you to lick your fingers afterward.

1.  Sambalatte

  • Address: 750 S Rampart Blvd, #9, Las Vegas, NV 89145-5810
  • Telephone: +1 702-272-2333
  • Opening hours: Sun – Wed, 7:00 – 20:00; Thu – Sat, 7:00 – 21:00
  • More information about the coffee house: http://sambalatte.com/

While you are walking through the Strip, you cannot miss the huge Sambalatte sign. Go to it and experience amazing homemade coffee in a beautiful café.

Spacious and filled with amazing aromas, this café revels in the organic colors of the coffee. Everything inside is in tone and not a single thing looks out of place. Their steampunk coffee machine (Similar to French press, just without the long wait) is positioned so that people can watch Master Roaster preparing batches of high-class coffee.

The owner of the Sambalatte comes from Brazil, which is also a place where he gets most of his coffee beans. This is the only place on the Strip that roast its own beans. His staff is practicing and perfecting the techniques of Pour over coffee on a daily basis until they reach perfection.

Besides the regular coffee, you can try Cold brew Samba Rock coffee, which is brewed, stored and served cold. That keeps Ph levels low to allow the full expression of the coffee’s essence. The unique thing about their coffee is the Rainbow latte, where they would add colorful rainbow in your cup. Great way to brighten someone’s day.

Latte art is not something strange to see in their coffee cups. If you haven’t noticed by now, this café is truly a coffee lover’s paradise, with so much style that you will not regret visiting.

Summary

After a night of gambling or after some performance act, you will need to find a place to take a break. You can grab a cup of coffee from a nearby café and continue with your daily routine.

Lately, cafés are becoming so popular that most of them offer more than just coffee, like breakfast and even lunch. Nowadays, coffee is not just used to jolt down for a boost of energy, but also as a reason to sit down and soak in the surrounding atmosphere.

For that reason, we made this article to help you find one of those places where you can just enjoy the moment with a cup of coffee and some good company. If you are interested in the coffee shops of other big cities with intense nightlife, go ahead and check out our article about The Best Cafés of Amsterdam as well!

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