These Coffee Shops Pour Top Java Around the Philly Suburbs

These quaint coffee shops around the Main Line offer an escape from the cold, blustering winds of winter with steaming hot beverages of all kinds.

With snow falling and winds whipping, what better time to step out of the cold and into the pleasant atmosphere of small, local coffee shops where the music is low and the temperature is warm? Enjoy everything from a traditional cup of joe to the latest creations in latte art from talented roasters and baristas located just around the corner from your house or office.

Top Hat Coffee Lounge

2 Bala Plz., Bala Cynwyd

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This cafe located inside Bala Plaza makes exquisite coffee for the modern soul. Serving pastries alongside delicious hand-crafted beverages with quick service and a friendly atmosphere, Top Hat ensures every visit is a memorable one.

GET Café

246 Haverford Ave., Narberth

 

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This Narberth-based nonprofit employs servers of all abilities in order to help facilitate the inclusion of a neurodiverse community. The coffee shop sources ingredients locally.

Pour Richard’s Coffee Co.

36 Berkley Rd., Devon

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Pour Richard’s is a small-batch, fourth-wave craft coffee roastery that strives for roasted perfection. Envisioned in 2005 by colleagues Richard and Jean, they’ve spent the following two decades honing the art and science of coffee with a goal to bring out the nuance and flavor of a finely brewed cup of coffee.

Mad Anthony Wayne Cafe

135 N Wayne Ave., Wayne

 

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Named after the eponymous general who has lent his name to so many Philadelphia area businesses, Mad Anthony dishes up coffee, espresso, gelato, paninis and more under a refreshing atmosphere at Wayne Station.

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Malvern Buttery

233 E King St., Malvern

 

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This farmhouse-style cafe serves homemade pastries, soups, salads, sandwiches and more alongside specialty beverages.

Steel City Coffeehouse & Brewery

203 Bridge St,, Phoenixville

This alternative coffee shop is an intimate cafe by day and a music lounge by night. Come for the nitro cold brews and fried egg sandwiches, then stay for the exceptional live performances. The shop also offers locally made craft beers in cans, crowlers and growlers.

Burlap and Bean Roastery

455 W Baltimore Ave., Media

Steel City isn’t the only place to catch a freshly brewed coffee and an open mic night in the same venue. Burlap and Bean is a small-batch roastery with a knack for creating inventive drinks like this zesty maple latte.

More Coffee Shops Around the Main Line:

Green Engine Coffee Co

16 Haverford Station Rd., Haverford

Next Stop Coffee

2528 Haverford Rd., Ardmore

Ardmore Station Cafe

6 Station Ave., Ardmore

Char & Stave

21 Rittenhouse Pl., Ardmore

Gryphon Cafe

105 W Lancaster Ave., Wayne

Piccolo Joe Coffee

400 E Township Line Rd., Havertown

Café Isla

24 S Plum St., Media

Volo Coffeehouse

4360 Main St., Manayunk

Artesano Cafe

109 Green Ln., Manayunk

Pilgrim Roasters

4120 Main St., Manayunk

maman

49 Anderson Ave., Ardmore

 

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HOMEROOM

358 Righters Mill Rd., Gladwyne

Media Bean Cafe

204 S Newtown Street Rd., Newtown Square

Stolen Sun Craft Brewing and Roasting Company

342 N Pottstown Pke., Exton

The Farmhouse Coffee & Espresso Bar

115 W Lancaster Ave., Downingtown

Soltane Cafe

138 Bridge St., Phoenixville

Ebru Coffee Roastery

2808 Egypt Rd., Audubon

 

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Keep It Real Coffee Company

W Hector St., Conshohocken

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