There are no shortage of good coffee shops in Long Beach CA. That is the first piece of good news if you are just moving to the area. It is totally a coffee lovers paradise as there are no shortage of great coffee shops in Long Beach CA to try.
If you are a digital nomad like us and you are looking for a coffee shop to work remotely with your laptop, here are a few of the best coffee shops in Long Beach to try (many of them offer pretty great wifi ;))
5 Coffee Shops in Long Beach CA worth trying!
Rose Parks Roasters
Rose Parks Roasters is one of the most popular coffee shops in the area and for good reason. As the name suggests, this coffee shops roasts up a seriously good brew.
This coffee shop has a bit of a hipster vibe and there is no shortage of digital nomads working from home there (which is always a plus if you like safety in numbers). If you get peckish while you are working, this coffee shop also serve up a range of seriously delicious sweet treats that you might like to indulge in as you work.
One of the best date ideas in Long Beach CA.
Lord Windsor Coffee
The second option on the list of seriously amazing coffee in Long Beach CA is no other than local fav Lord Windsor Coffee.
If you like a pretty environment to enjoy while you work then this is the coffee shop for you. This super cool coffee shop prides themselves in finding the best exotic beans from around the world and roasting them in house – so you always know you are going to get a good brew here.
On top of that the retro checkered floor, wood finishings and plants scattered around the cafe provide a great atmosphere for tapping out some work or sipping a hot latte with a friend. The wifi here is strong and reliable which is always a plus.
One of the consistently highest rated coffee shops in Long Beach is Recreational Coffee known for having ethically sourced coffee with organic dairy for only the very best cup of coffee for its customers!
On top of a seriously good cup of caffeine, this coffee shop is worth visiting for its beautiful decor located in a magic industrial-style building.
The staff here are friendly and they make it possible to get a bit of work down without too much disturbance which is always a plus +++ for a digital nomad. Plus, the wifi is good. In true Long Beach form, the cafe has a bit of a retro vibe which is fun too.
If you are feeling a bit peckish while you are there, make sure you try one of the cafes donuts – they are seriously delicious!!
Portfolio Coffee House
This little coffee shop prides themselves on being the hippest and most retro in the Long Beach area – if you like a hipster vibe to your coffee shop this place won’t disappoint. The location is pretty good too.
People come to this place not only for its great location but its great drink selection with The Golden Latte and the Iced White Chocolate Mocha fan favorites and must trys. The coffee shop also offers a really delish Vanilla nitro cold brew if you feel like mixing it up on a hot day.
As Portfolio has a great indoor coffee shop, this is a great selection for a winter date idea or even a rainy day date idea when you just feel like getting warm and cozy inside. A great choice if you want to look like you have put a bit more effort in than simply going to starbucks!
If you are new to the area and want to get in with the locals so to speak, Steelhead Coffee is the place to head to – it is a great place to go to meet new friends in the area as it is a complete local hangout. Most people who visit are very friendly and not too snotty so it’s not all that difficult to achieve!
On top of the local vibes, the coffee is pretty good too as like other cafes in the area, they pride themselves on searching for the best coffee from all over the world.
Don’t miss their amazing Lavender Coffee it is one of their specialities and totally worth trying!
So there you have it folks, the best coffee in Long Beach CA! If you have a favorite coffee spot that we failed to add to our list, let us know in the comments below! We love spreading the good coffee word.
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