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These Coffee Shops Pour Top Java Around the Main Line and Western Suburbs

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Recharge or unwind with a cozy beverage at these coffee shops around the Main Line and western suburbs.

The fallen leaves are swirling and the wind is blustering on a crisp Saturday afternoon in October. Where are you getting your pick-me-up latte? The Main Line area is home to so many cozy coffee shops that it can almost make it hard to choose. These quaint stops scattered around the western suburbs will give you the calm atmosphere and sense of peace you need before carrying on with your day.

Mad Anthony Wayne Cafe

135 N Wayne Ave., Wayne


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Located inside the historic Wayne station, Mad Anthony Wayne Cafe is a treat for visitors. Besides coffee, this cafe also serves up authentic gelato and is owned by local veterans. The fair trade, organic coffee is all roasted locally in Pennsylvania, and each blend is named for a stop on the Main Line.

Rosie’s Coffee at Villanova Station

Train Station, 308 N Spring Mill Rd, Villanova

This female-owned coffee shop and smoothie bar at Villanova station is a local watering hole for adults and college kids alike. One of the most beloved coffee shops around the Main Line for its excellent smoothies, this spot boasts an atmosphere that’s friendly and welcoming, with kind and knowledgeable staff to boot.

Malvern Buttery

233 E King St., Malvern


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This Instagrammable coffee shop in Malvern offers a fine selection of hot and cold drinks at the coffee bar, as well as a wide assortment of pastries and sandwiches. Its “scratch kitchen” means all items are made from, well, scratch, and lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. With constant experimentation, the ever-changing menu is almost always entirely specials, and each item lives up to the hype.

Steel City Coffeehouse and Brewery

203 Bridge St., Phoenixville

Not only is Steel City a great place to get through your afternoon work grind, but the live music adds extra incentive to plan a visit. Part coffee shop, part pub and part small concert venue, Steel City fills all the checkboxes of a great locally owned establishment. Between quiet coffeehouse music and the delicious breakfast and lunch dishes, this is one you don’t want to miss.

Pour Richards Coffee Company

36 Berkley Rd., Devon

Pour Richards is a small-batch, fourth-wave coffee roastery where baristas have boundless knowledge of their craft. Working directly with local farmers, Pour Richards is as dedicated to its coffee as farmers are to their crop. The pastries are sourced from local bakeries, so whatever you order will always be fresh.

Ebru Coffee Roastery

2808 Egypt Rd., Audubon


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Ebru’s homemade muffins, fruit fizzes and sandwiches on sourdough will get you to stop by for a bite, but the coffee will keep you coming back time and time again. With a warm and homey feeling upon entry, the staff will help find the right coffee for you, and one wall (a garage door) opens up for indoor/outdoor dining when the weather is warm.

Green Engine Coffee Co.

16 Haverford Station Rd., Haverford


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Green Engine states its purpose plainly on its website: the pursuit of great coffee, food and hospitality backed by kindness. With a bright and pleasant backdrop for food and drinks, this shop makes it easy for visitors to situate themselves at one of the rustic wooden tables and get to work or simply sip on a hot cup of java with a good book in hand.

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