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Relax with Coffee in High Point

January 29, 2019

Today’s good mood is sponsored by coffee! There are few things better than a nice cup of coffee. But we can think of one – having a cozy place to enjoy your warm cup of goodness. What makes a coffee shop great is not just their coffee, but also offering an inviting area for people to hang out. Whether you need to get some work done, meet with a new client, catch up with your girlfriends, or maybe just need your daily dose of caffeine — a nice coffee shop is perfect for you. Lucky for us, we have some great places to grab coffee in High Point, check out a few of our favorites below.

DeBeen

Photography by ZoZo Photography

DeBeen has it all – from free WIFI, great coffee, skilled baristas, even a calming running water fountain. This cozy coffee shop is the perfect spot to finish all that work that has been piling up, or to simply relax. They offer a variety of coffee, smoothies, pastries and more! Another perk, there is a yoga studio, Pure Light Studio, located conveniently inside DeBeen, just in case you’re in need of some extra OM.

Located at 709 W. Lexington Ave.

Penny Path

Photography by High Point Market Authority

Penny Path is a small coffee shop in the heart of downtown. They have a variety of freshly brewed iced and hot coffee drinks that you are sure to love. Penny Path also offers a large selection of savory and sweet crepes to make your experience even yummier. Insider tip: since Penny Path is a compact space, there is limited seating inside. If you plan on working or just hanging out, you may want to avoid going during the busy lunch hours.

Located at 104 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr.

83 Custom Coffee

Photography by Alisha Schwanke

83 Custom Coffee is a modern coffee shop – on wheels.  This coffee truck not only offers artisan coffee, but you can get your delicious on with some of their fresh-baked pastries. Offering both outdoor sitting for you to enjoy the perfect Carolina weather with your friends as well as a comfy indoor seating area perfect for work and relaxing, you’ll find it all at 1212 N. Main St.

Cozy Cannoli

Photography by ZoZo Photography

Their name says it all. This spot is a cozy place to hang out and enjoy some yummy treats. Cozy Cannoli is owned by a mother-daughter duo that took their shared passion for baking and transformed it into a career. This European-style bakery not only offers delish delicacies such as cannolis, cupcakes and pastries, they even hand make fresh croissants every morning. Yes, really. They also offer an assortment of fresh sandwiches. On top of that, they have scrumptious coffees and espresso since all of their coffee beans are locally roasted just for them! Let your nose follow the aroma or look for them at 107 Kirkwood St., Suite 101.

Blue Water Grille

Photography by ZoZo Photography

And for an evening tip-off, may we suggest Blue Water Grille. While they are well known for their menu full of incredible fresh meat and seafood meals, they have outstanding coffee dessert drinks (coffee + dessert = a match made in heaven). Insiders know that Blue Water’s intimate environment and super-talented bartenders create the perfect spot for a potent potable like the espressotini (whats that you say – a coffee martini kissed with Kahlua and Bailey’s!) or a freshly-prepared decaf or fully-leaded café Americano or cappuccino. Find it all at 126 E. State Ave.

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The HP Discovered Team

Feature Image | Photography by ZoZo Photography

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