10 Places to Fill Up Your Cup Around Town
Jetting around the Lehigh Valley and still need to get your coffee fix? Support your caffeine addiction—and small businesses—by stopping in one of these mom-and-pop coffee shops.
92 E Broad St, Bethlehem
Try: the Mexi Hot Mocha, a cocoa coffee concoction with a kick from ancho chile and cayenne powder.
2425 Plaza Ct, Bath
Try: the Red Velvet Latte, a dreamy swirl of Ghirardelli white chocolate and zesty raspberry syrup for when you want to have your cake and drink it too.
520 March St, Easton
Try: the London Fog—Earl Grey, steamed milk, and a shot of vanilla to up your tea game.
Deja Brew Coffeehouse & Deli
101 W 4th St, Bethlehem
Try: the Dalai Latte, a minty chai beverage named for the Dalai Lama’s 2008 visit.
23 S 9th St, Allentown
Try: a French press offering of rotating blends like Peru Chirinos, an organic coffee with notes of rose blossom and vanilla.
77 W Broad St 18C, Bethlehem
Try: the Bourbon Barrel Cortado, made with bourbon barrel aged espresso beans that carry the essence of barrel oak and bourbon into a smooth, classic cortado.
South Mountain Cycle & Cafe
337 Chestnut St, Emmaus
Try: the Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookie Latte, a nod to the beloved sweet snack.
Taylor Roasted Coffeehouse
1924 Main St, Northampton
Try: a pour-over of any of their small-batch, house-roasted coffees.
321 Northampton St, Easton
Try: the Go Green smoothie, a healthy mix of pineapple, banana, ginger, celery, and spinach that doesn’t skimp
The Wise Bean
634 N New St, Bethlehem
Try: an Iced Latte, crafted with cold brew espresso—the result of an eight-hour process that yields a perfectly smooth drink without any bitterness.