Where to Find Enticing Espresso Martinis Around the Main Line

Can't get that Sabrina Carpenter song out of your head? Satisfy your espresso martini craving at these local hotspots.

Espresso martinis strike the perfect balance between a caffeinated kick and a boozy buzz. With espresso, vodka and coffee liqueur, they make for a simple, yet sophisticated drink. If you love espresso martinis, you’ll adore these cocktail bars and restaurants across the Main Line region.

Char & Stave

21 Rittenhouse Pl., Ardmore

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What better place to get an espresso martini than a cafe with a coffee-themed cocktail bar? Char & Stave features both alcoholic and nonalcoholic coffee drinks for customers at all times throughout the day. The signature espresso martini has a strong kick of Bluebird vodka and espresso accentuated with toasted cardamom. 

The Gypsy Saloon 

128 Ford St., Conshohocken

If you enjoy live music while you sip, The Gypsy Saloon is the perfect place for your next espresso martini. The restaurant’s signature espresso martini combines Boardroom vodka, Luxardo espresso liqueur, Kahlúa, Baileys and freshly brewed espresso.


114 S. Olive St., Media


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Close your eyes and be mentally transported to Italy with Ariano’s espresso martini. With creme de cacao, vanilla vodka, espresso liqueur, fresh espresso and sea salt, Ariano is perfect for those seeking authentic flavor.

The Mallard

17 Mainland Rd., Harleysville

If you’re craving a twist on a classic espresso martini, try The Mallard at the Mainland Inn. With pistachio, coconut and orange-cocoa varieties, this hotspot ensures you’re sure to find your perfect match.

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Two Fourteen

214 W. State St., Media

Two Fourteen is known for its house-made syrups, locally sourced ingredients and fresh squeezed juices. Take on the espresso martini, topped with flaky salt to emphasize the made-from-scratch flavor, if you want a little zip in your sip.

Fiore Rosso

915 Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr

Fiore Rosso is an homage to Italian cuisine in a space where casual meets elegant. The espresso martini, which is made with vodka, Maggie’s coffee liqueur, creme de cacao and espresso, reflects the restaurant’s dedication to genuine flavor.

Daniel’s Restaurant + Cocktail Bar

16 E. 1st Ave., Conshohocken


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Daniel’s Restaurant + Cocktail Bar has a great espresso martini with a welcoming atmosphere to boot. With live music on Wednesdays and Ladies’ Night on Thursdays, it’s the perfect venue to enjoy the bar’s mix of Stateside vodka, coffee liqueur and espresso.

North Italia

350 Mall Blvd., #1000C, King of Prussia

North Italia prides itself on its handcrafted experience with a welcoming vibe and an outdoor patio. The espresso martini is a delicious mix of Nikka vodka, fresh-brewed espresso, Borghetti, Frangelico and a splash of oat milk for extra creaminess.

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