A Coffee Lover's Guide to Savannah, GA
This guide walks you through the best spots for coffee, tea, and pastries in Savannah, GA.
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The Best Spots for Coffee in Savannah, GA

If you're anything like me, trying new coffee spots is one of your favorite parts about traveling. 

Let's take a tour of Savannah, GA's best coffee locations. 

North Historic District

The North Historic District is what folks mainly think of when they hear Savannah. Filled with cobblestone streets, ghost tours, and more Southern food than you can imagine, this city is also filled with incredible coffee, tea, and pastries. 

Savannah Coffee Roasters
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I love Savannah Coffee Roasters, and I'm pretty sure it was my first coffee stop in Savannah. I usually stick with a latte here, but they've got a great dirty chai as well. Don't skip over the sweet treats case!
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Origin Coffee Bar
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I used to frequent Origin when they ran the coffee shop out of an event space down the street from where they have their home base now. I (sadly) haven't made it to Origin's new location, but the photos, events, and drinks look incredible.
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Cup to Cup Cafe
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Cup to Cup is a cute and cozy cafe with great service and drinks. If you're not into coffee, they've got a great tea selection, too.
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The Gallery Espresso
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Gallery is one of my favorite coffee shops in Savannah. They always have delicious specials, in addition to their always stellar drinks and snacks. It's super eclectic and always filled with writers, painters, and other Savannah artists. Typically, they have a curated collection of art on the walls, so make sure you take a look around!
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Mirabelle Savannah
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Mirabelle is a smaller, quaint cafe downtown. I've found it to be a bit quieter than some other locations—but it tends to fill up quicker, too. Grab a coffee, a quick breakfast, and enjoy the view of Lafayette Square or The Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist, both of which are visible from the outside seating.
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Though I don't mention it, don't worry—there's a Starbucks on Broughton St. if you're really dedicated. 

South Historic District

If you're headed a bit further south in the city of Savannah, you'll be able to enjoy these incredible coffee shops. Just south of Forsyth Park, you'll find delicious drinks and tasty treats. 

The Sentient Bean
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With great drinks and quick service, Sentient Bean is a great location for a nice conversation, some writing time, or a visit to Open Mic Night. If you're strolling through Forsyth, this is a great stop at the south end of the park.
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Foxy Loxy Cafe
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Foxy Loxy was one of my frequent stops during grad school. They've got delicious food (I recommend the Kolaches) and great drinks!
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Henny Penny Art Space & Cafe
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Henny Penny is the sister store to Foxy Loxy, and it's a bit smaller. It's right up the road from their location, features good drinks, and has tasty pastries.
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PERC Coffee
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A great cup of coffee in Savannah! I had PERC on Saturday mornings at the Farmer's Market in Forsyth Park. Sadly, I never made it to PERC during my time in Savannah, but I'm hoping to go to their actual location next time I visit.
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Richmond Hill

If you're headed south of Savannah on your way in or out of the city, swing by Way Station for your caffeine fix. 

Way Station Coffee Co.
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I love this stop in Richmond Hill! It's a cute shop with good service and drinks.
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A Coffee Lover's Guide to Savannah, GA
This guide walks you through the best spots for coffee, tea, and pastries in Savannah, GA.
10 Places • ago
Free

The Best Spots for Coffee in Savannah, GA

If you're anything like me, trying new coffee spots is one of your favorite parts about traveling. 

Let's take a tour of Savannah, GA's best coffee locations. 

North Historic District

The North Historic District is what folks mainly think of when they hear Savannah. Filled with cobblestone streets, ghost tours, and more Southern food than you can imagine, this city is also filled with incredible coffee, tea, and pastries. 

Savannah Coffee Roasters
@jacischreckengost
I love Savannah Coffee Roasters, and I'm pretty sure it was my first coffee stop in Savannah. I usually stick with a latte here, but they've got a great dirty chai as well. Don't skip over the sweet treats case!
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Origin Coffee Bar
@jacischreckengost
I used to frequent Origin when they ran the coffee shop out of an event space down the street from where they have their home base now. I (sadly) haven't made it to Origin's new location, but the photos, events, and drinks look incredible.
Add to
Details
Cup to Cup Cafe
@jacischreckengost
Cup to Cup is a cute and cozy cafe with great service and drinks. If you're not into coffee, they've got a great tea selection, too.
Add to
Details
The Gallery Espresso
@jacischreckengost
Gallery is one of my favorite coffee shops in Savannah. They always have delicious specials, in addition to their always stellar drinks and snacks. It's super eclectic and always filled with writers, painters, and other Savannah artists. Typically, they have a curated collection of art on the walls, so make sure you take a look around!
Add to
Details
Mirabelle Savannah
@jacischreckengost
Mirabelle is a smaller, quaint cafe downtown. I've found it to be a bit quieter than some other locations—but it tends to fill up quicker, too. Grab a coffee, a quick breakfast, and enjoy the view of Lafayette Square or The Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist, both of which are visible from the outside seating.
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Details

Though I don't mention it, don't worry—there's a Starbucks on Broughton St. if you're really dedicated. 

South Historic District

If you're headed a bit further south in the city of Savannah, you'll be able to enjoy these incredible coffee shops. Just south of Forsyth Park, you'll find delicious drinks and tasty treats. 

The Sentient Bean
@jacischreckengost
With great drinks and quick service, Sentient Bean is a great location for a nice conversation, some writing time, or a visit to Open Mic Night. If you're strolling through Forsyth, this is a great stop at the south end of the park.
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Foxy Loxy Cafe
@jacischreckengost
Foxy Loxy was one of my frequent stops during grad school. They've got delicious food (I recommend the Kolaches) and great drinks!
Add to
Details
Henny Penny Art Space & Cafe
@jacischreckengost
Henny Penny is the sister store to Foxy Loxy, and it's a bit smaller. It's right up the road from their location, features good drinks, and has tasty pastries.
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Details
PERC Coffee
@jacischreckengost
A great cup of coffee in Savannah! I had PERC on Saturday mornings at the Farmer's Market in Forsyth Park. Sadly, I never made it to PERC during my time in Savannah, but I'm hoping to go to their actual location next time I visit.
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Richmond Hill

If you're headed south of Savannah on your way in or out of the city, swing by Way Station for your caffeine fix. 

Way Station Coffee Co.
@jacischreckengost
I love this stop in Richmond Hill! It's a cute shop with good service and drinks.
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Hey there, I'm Jaci Schreckengost. I'm a writer, content marketer, and travel enthusiast. In my free time, I'm usually (still) writing, spending time with my people, or reading. I've been in love with traveling for as long as I can remember, and I'm glad you're here to explore the world with me.
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