Where to Celebrate National Coffee Day in Tallahassee

By Cristi McKee | Photo: Paper Fox Coffee

September 29 is National Coffee Day, and the best way to celebrate is by stopping at a locally-owned coffee shop and picking up your favorite caffeinated drink. Fortunately for residents of the Capital City, Tallahassee has an array of options to try out, whether you enjoy classic cold brews, or specialty gourmet lattes. Here are several spots to celebrate National Coffee Day at here in town.

Lucky Goat Coffee — Specializing in cold brews and locally-inspired drinks, Lucky Goat Coffee has locations all over town. You can also pick up a yummy muffin or brownie made by a local bakery here.

Photo: Lucky Goat Coffee

RedEye — This locally-owned coffee shop features a variety of warm, cold, and specialty coffee drinks, pastries and breakfast items, and has several locations across town to visit.

Photo: RedEye Coffee

Pony Espresso — Pony Espresso, a gourmet coffee shop right off of i-10, serves up classic coffee drinks and specialty teas. Stop by for a quick caffeine boost or for a visit with friends.

Photo: Pony Espresso

Paper Fox Coffee — Located at near the Florida State University campus, you can stop by this coffee shop for signature, specially-crafted lattes and more.

Photo: Paper Fox Coffee

All Saints Cafe — Located in Railroad Square, this eclectic coffee stop has something for everyone, including delicious snacks and unique teas to sit down with or to take to-go.

Photo: All Saints Cafe

Black Dog Cafe — This waterfront cafe features coffee, pastries, and artisan pops and is the perfect place to stop by on a walk around Lake Ella.

Photo: Black Dog Cafe

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