Savannah is packed with fantastic little places to head to for a light morning bite, lazy brunch, or all-day breakfast and excellent coffee. The aroma of freshly brewing coffee begins to fill the streets of Savannah as the sun rises from quaint cafes to bustling artisanal beer and coffee joints and whether you are a coffee aficionado and love nitrox or Chemex brew or prefer a short espresso, here are some of Savannah’s coolest coffee shops. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Bitty & Beau’s Coffee
Bitty & Beau’s Coffee offers a unique and heartwarming coffee experience. Named after owner and entrepreneur Amy Wright’s two Down syndrome children, Bitty & Beau’s Coffee is a warm and welcoming shop that is run by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Established to help people with such limitations and to change the way people value each other, the coffee shop serves a variety of locally-sourced coffee, teas, and specialty drinks, along with light bites and pastries, and a range of merchandise, gifts, and souvenirs. Bitty & Beau’s Coffee has three locations around the state and is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
2.Henny Penny Art Space & Cafe
Henny Penny Art Space & Café is a unique concept by Foxy Loxy Cafe and Scribble Art Studio who have come together to create a friendly, art-centric space that offers craft coffee, freshly baked, made-from-scratch pastries and an arts and crafts area to have some fun. Henny Penny Art Space provides tailor-made arts and crafts kits for both adults and children, as well as art classes, workshops, and an open studio, which is also available to rent for birthday parties and other private functions. Freshly brewed coffee is from Savannah-roasted Perc Coffee, and sweet treats include Leopold’s Ice Cream and mouthwatering pastries. Henny Penny Art Space & Café is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch daily.
1514 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-328-5497
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The Maté Factor in Savannah is a quaint, rustic teahouse, and bakery with a lovely patio that serves yerba mate beverages, fresh coffee and espresso drinks, and freshly baked bread and sweet goods in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The café is centered around serving certified organic Yerba Mate from Brazil, a healthy energizing drink made from all-natural ingredients, along with a variety of coffees, teas, fresh juices, and sodas. Gourmet sandwiches are made from scratch using locally sourced ingredients, and the café offers complimentary wireless Internet, so it is a great place to work or surf the net. The Maté Factor is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch daily.
401 E Hall St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-235-2906
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PERC Coffee is a locally-owned neighborhood roastery and café that serves house-roasted craft coffee and mouthwatering pastries in an industrial-chic setting. The flourishing local Savannah business was established in 2010 and has since grown into a popular spot for fantastic coffee and a warm and welcoming vibe. PERC Coffee hosts weekly tastings every Friday during which coffee-lovers can explore the differences in coffee from Africa, Central and South America, and Indonesia. Most of their coffee is imported, packaged in-house, and hand-delivered to clients all over the city, including Whole Foods, Foxy Loxy, and The Coffee Fox.
1802 E Broad St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-209-0025
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5.The Sentient Bean
The Sentient Bean is a bright and airy coffee shop with high ceilings and contemporary décor that serves house-roasted Fairtrade coffee and light fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The all-day breakfast menu features steel-cut oats, house-made granola, and fruit bowls, multi-egg omelets with various fillings, scrambles, benedicts, and fried eggs, French toast, pancakes, Belgian waffles, and griddle cakes. A special Sunday brunch menu features seasonal produce from Forsyth Farmers' Market and a variety of beverages, including mimosas, and café hosts art shows and live music throughout the week. The Sentient Bean is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch daily.
13 E Park Ave, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-232-4447
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6.The Coffee Fox - Broughton Street
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The Coffee Fox - Broughton Street is an award-winning craft coffee house in downtown Savannah with a retro-chic café that offers a full espresso menu, along with specialty Chemex pour-overs, freshly baked pastries, cheese platters and a selection of craft beers and wines. The Coffee Fox serves locally roasted PERC Coffee prepared with flair by professional baristas and has an online store that sells a range of coffee, brew equipment, and merchandise. The Coffee Fox - Broughton Street is a great spot for morning coffee or an after-work craft beer with friends. The café is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch daily.
102 W Broughton St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-401-0399
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7.The Front Porch Coffeehouse
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The Front Porch Coffeehouse is a friendly neighborhood coffee shop and café on West Collins Street that serves traditional and specialty coffee drinks, espresso, bag, and loose-leaf teas and healthy smoothies. The casual café has a warm and welcoming atmosphere with comfortable seating, warm wooden accents, and complimentary wireless Internet, and serves a small menu of light, made-from-scratch fare such as freshly baked pastries, egg croissants, sandwiches, and salads. The Front Porch Coffeehouse has two locations around Savannah and is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch daily.
15 W Collins St #3009, Pooler, GA 31322, Phone: 912-348-2240
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8.Back in The Day Bakery
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Back in The Day Bakery is a rustic bakery in the trendy Starland District that is famous for its old-school sweet treats and old-fashioned cupcakes. The vintage bakery and espresso bar specializes in delectable cakes, cookies, cupcakes, puddings, and desserts such as chocolate brownies, lavender bars, and the best banana pudding in Savannah. The café also serves hearty portions of lunch fare such as gourmet sandwiches on homemade bread filled with mouthwatering fillings such as house-made bacon-onion jam and sharp cheddar cheese, paninis, fresh salads and more. The espresso bar serves a variety of coffee from Americanos to cappuccinos, and the café is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch, Thursday through Sunday.
2401-2403, Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-495-9292
9.Blends - A Coffee Boutique
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Blends – A Coffee Boutique is a modern coffee shop on the corner of Broughton and Drayton Streets in downtown Savannah that serves house-roasted brews from a variety of ethically-sourced coffee beans from around the world and a menu of light bites. The café boasts large windows that flood the interior with natural light and offers views onto the bustling Broughton Street and has a cheerful and inviting ambiance. Visitors can enjoy a variety of coffee from Americanos to cappuccinos in-house or purchase the beans to take home, and the café has complimentary wireless Internet, making it ideal for digital nomads. Blends – A Coffee Boutique is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and early dinner daily.
102 E Broughton St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-999-7134
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Situated in Savannah's Historic Downtown District steps above River Street on Bay Street, Café M is an authentic Parisian café with quaint French decor and traditional sounds of France that serves a menu of delectable Francophile cuisine. This favorite spot takes diners on a journey to the City of Love with freshly brewed French Press coffee all day along with an extensive array of sweet and savory delights from homemade baguette sandwiches, croques, and quiches, flaky croissants, and mouthwatering pastries, and delicious tartines. Guests can enjoy breakfast inside the welcoming café or outside at the dog-friendly sidewalk tables. Café M is open for breakfast and lunch, seven days a week.
128 E Bay Street, Savannah, GA, Phone: 912-712-3342
11.Cup to Cup Cafe
Cup to Cup Cafe is a friendly rustic coffee shop that is part of specialty coffee roastery business, Cup to Cup Coffee Roasters, and serves an array of international blends in a casual, relaxed space with communal tables. Nestled in the heart of downtown Savannah, the roastery uses ethically sourced beans from all over the world and roasts them to perfection before serving in a variety of styles, from espresso to macchiato. Cup to Cup Coffee Roasters also offers an array of coffee-related services such as custom labels, barista training, and catering for private events and functions. Cup to Cup Cafe is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch, Monday through Saturday.
140 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-376-9173
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12.Cutter's Point Coffee
Located in the Shops at Sandfly, Cutter’s Point Coffee is a relaxed local coffee chain that serves thoughtfully sourced, small-batch roasts, along with a menu of light bites and baked goods. Named for the point at which explorers Peter Puget and Joseph Whidbey landed their cutter boat in 1792, Cutter’s Point Coffee has several locations around the state, including drive-throughs, that offers a range of coffee and specialty coffee drinks, teas, and fresh juices. Freshly baked pastries, croissants, and more are delivered every day, and the coffee shops all have complimentary wireless Internet. Cutter’s Point Coffee in Savannah is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and early dinner daily.
7360 Skidaway Rd, Savannah, GA 31406, Phone: 912-355-2118
13.The District Cafe & Eatery
Set on the corner of Abercorn and Broughton in the heart of Savannah’s Historic District, the District Cafe & Eatery is a casual, contemporary café that serves healthy farm-to-table fare along with locally roasted coffee, and an extensive selection of craft beers and casual wines. The ever-evolving menu features dishes prepared locally sourced ingredients from area farmers, farmers’ markets, and Savannah artisans, and all dressings, sauces, and bread are made in-house. The café also offers catering services for private events and functions and is open for brunch and lunch, Monday through Sunday.
202 E Broughton St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-443-0909
14.The Gallery Espresso
The Gallery Espresso is a quaint, bohemian café with mismatched sofas and art-adorned walls that serves freshly roasted and brewed coffee and light fare in a laid-back and relaxed environment. Established in 1993, the cozy café is located in a no¬table his¬toric build¬ing overlooking Chippewa Square and is an inspiring art venue for students and established local and national artists alike. The café serves coffee roasted and brewed from only the highest quality Arabica beans, as well as over 100 teas by the cup and a selection of light fare such as freshly baked pastries, cookies, muffins, and cakes. The Gallery Espresso is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, daily.
234 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-233-5348
Indulge Coffee is a comfortable and independent coffee house set on Barnard Street in Savannah's beautiful Victorian District that offers a variety of locally roasted coffee and espresso coffee drinks, as well as organic teas, hot chocolates, drip coffee, and iced tea. Indulge Coffee is open all day until 7:00 pm, Monday through Saturday.
1305 Barnard St #2, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-509-0564
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Mirabelle Savannah is a contemporary-chic café that is famous for its traditional Liège waffles, gourmet pastries, and specialty coffee drinks. The casual café brings the quintessential street food of Belgium to the heart of Savannah and pays homage to the sweet syrupy treats that are studded with rare pearl sugar and cooked to perfection in a cast-iron waffle maker. The café’s coffee program is led by Stay Golden Roasters, who provide ethically sourced beans from around the world and uses them to create a variety of traditional coffee drinks with an international flair. Boasting vintage-inspired décor and plush furnishings, the café is perfect for relaxing over good coffee with friends. Mirabelle Savannah is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
313 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-231-3936
17.Purrvana Cafe & Cat Lounge
Purrvana Cafe & Cat Lounge is a quiet, cozy spot amidst the hustle and bustle of Savannah that combines fantastic coffee and delicious fare with cute and cuddly cats. The cat café has a room full of cats that can be cuddled, loved, and even adopted, while you enjoy a cup of coffee and a slice of cake. Purrvana also offers a variety of specialty coffee drinks and handmade Italian sodas, along with mouthwatering croissant sandwiches and assorted pastries and cakes, all of which can be enjoyed in the cat lounge, the café or out on the shady patio. Purrvana Cafe & Cat Lounge can be rented for private functions and events and is open for breakfast and lunch, Tuesday through Sunday.
1402 Barnard St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-777-4670
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18.Savannah Coffee Roasters
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Savannah Coffee Company was established by Edgar R. Morrison in 1909 and has provided some of the finest coffee in the city for over 100 years. Located on Liberty Street in the heart of Savannah, Savannah Coffee Roasters roast the freshest and finest beans from all over the world and brew them to perfection in a variety of forms from standard coffee like americanos and cappuccinos to specialty drinks like pour-over and drip coffee. The café also serves a light menu of brunch and lunch fare such as omelets, breakfast sandwiches, toasts, and quiche to fresh salads, soups, gourmet sandwiches, and smoked sausage rolls. Savannah Coffee Roasters offers catering services for special functions and events and is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
215 W Liberty St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-352-2994
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Shuga Girl is a sophisticated sweet house that specializes in fresh pastries, cakes, cookies, and specialty crepes, along with designer espressos, bubble tea, cold-pressed juices, and handcrafted daiquiris and cocktails. The café boasts a rose-gold interior with beautiful décor and gold chandeliers, creating the perfect backdrop for indulging in a variety of sweet treats and freshly baked pastries from Auspicious Baking Co. The espresso bar serves a range of coffee from Americanos to cappuccinos, and handcrafted cocktails made with high-end spirits and fresh ingredients, and is open all day until 9:00 pm, daily.
36 Barnard St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-438-6656
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20.The Collins Quarter
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Styled after the coffee café culture of Australia, the Collins Quarter is a combination of café, restaurant, and bar that serves house-roasted coffee and specialty coffee drinks, and Australian-accented meals. Established to pair a unique specialty coffee experience with innovative cuisine in a casual café environment, the Collins Quarter is owned by Melbournian native Anthony Debreceny, who wanted to bring the stylish coffee culture of Melbourne to Savannah. Signature plates include Smashed Avocado on toast; Leo's Aussie Brekkie; Shortrib Hash; Eggs Benedict; Biscuits and Gravy; and Brioche French Toast. The Collins Quarter is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, seven days a week.
151 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-777-4147
21.Foundery Coffee Pub
The Foundery Coffee Pub is a community-focused café that serves locally roasted coffee and pastries and hosts cultural events. Contrary to what the name suggests, the café does not serve alcohol but calls itself a pub as it has a warm and welcoming neighborhood pub-like vibe and offers a space where the community can gather and enjoy good food, coffee, and conversation. The Foundery Coffee Pub hosts a variety of initiatives such as visual and performing arts events throughout the year, and is open all day until 9:00 pm, daily.
1313 Habersham St, Savannah, GA 31401
22.Blue Door Coffee Company
Blue Door Coffee Company is a small, locally-owned coffee company based on Bull Street in Savannah that serves coffee from Operation Coffee of Campbellsport in Wisconsin and freshly baked pastries from 3 Sweets Bakery. The café offers a range of the usual favorites such as americano, cappuccino, latte, macchiato, and espresso, and serves a menu of light bites such as pastries and sweet treats that are delivered fresh daily. Blue Door Coffee Company is the perfect spot for a quick cup of coffee on the way to work or relaxing over melt-in-your-mouth croissants filled with almond paste and a frothy cappuccino with friends. Blue Door Coffee Company is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
1718 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-335-1243
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23.Foxy Loxy Cafe
Located opposite the Savannah College of Art and Design’s liberal arts building, the Foxy Loxy Cafe is a stylish coffee shop based in a gingerbread-style Victorian house. A popular gathering spot for students and professors from the nearby college, Foxy Loxy Cafe serves a creative menu of Tex-Mex fare inspired by owner Jen Jenkins’ home state. Brunch dishes include brisket hash, scramble burritos, shrimp and grits, breakfast tacos, and the signature Foxy Haystack of fried eggs, bacon, Monterey Jack cheese, home fries, and southern style cheese grits. The café also serves a menu of craft beer and wines, hosts art displays, and offers outdoor seating. Foxy Loxy Cafe is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner, seven days a week.
1919 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 912-401-0543
24.Black Rifle Coffee Company
Black Rifle Coffee Company is a veteran-owned coffee company that ethically sources beans from around the world and roasts them to order in small batches with profits from sales directed towards supporting veterans. The highest quality of coffee beans are imported from Brazil and Columbia and roasted at the company’s facilities in Nashville and Salt Lake City before being delivered. Coffee lovers can order the coffee from the Black Rifle Coffee Club, which offers special discounted pricing on roasts, exclusive products, and partner discounts.
50 Fort Argyle Rd, Savannah, GA 31419, Phone: 912-480-4250
Located in the Habersham Shopping Center, Coffee.deli is a friendly neighborhood deli and coffee shop that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner in true deli-style. The locally owned and operated store is one of the city's only true deli-style restaurants, offering all-day breakfast items such as egg sandwiches and freshly made bagels with lox. Lunch selections include tuna melts, Ruebens, curry chicken salad, Cuban sandwiches, and build your sandwiches with your choice of meat, cheese, bread, and condiments fresh from the deli counter. Sides range from potato salad and coleslaw, and a rotating selection of freshly made, seasonal salads and other items, and coffee-lovers will enjoy an extensive selection of hand-crafted, specialty beverages made from imported coffee and espressos. Coffee.deli is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner, seven days a week.
4517 Habersham St, Savannah, GA 31405, Phone: 912-352-7818
25 Best Savannah Coffee Shops
- Bitty & Beau’s Coffee, Photo: Woraphon/stock.adobe.com
- Henny Penny Art Space & Cafe, Photo: praewpailin/stock.adobe.com
- Mate Factor, Photo: mnirat/stock.adobe.com
- PERC Coffee, Photo: Oran Tantapakul/stock.adobe.com
- The Sentient Bean, Photo: apichon_tee/stock.adobe.com
- The Coffee Fox - Broughton Street, Photo: Farknot Architect/stock.adobe.com
- The Front Porch Coffeehouse, Photo: The Front Porch Coffeehouse
- Back in The Day Bakery, Photo: Farknot Architect/stock.adobe.com
- Blends - A Coffee Boutique, Photo: Farknot Architect/stock.adobe.com
- Cafe M, Photo: gopfaster/stock.adobe.com
- Cup to Cup Cafe, Photo: zazdravnaya/stock.adobe.com
- Cutter's Point Coffee, Photo: Thaweerat/stock.adobe.com
- The District Cafe & Eatery, Photo: Patrick/stock.adobe.com
- The Gallery Espresso, Photo: Patcharin/stock.adobe.com
- Indulge Coffee, Photo: Alexander/stock.adobe.com
- Mirabelle Savannah, Photo: Mirabelle Savannah
- Purrvana Cafe & Cat Lounge, Photo: Toncha/stock.adobe.com
- Savannah Coffee Roasters, Photo: Savannah Coffee Roasters
- Shuga Girl, Photo: Shuga Girl
- The Collins Quarter, Photo: The Collins Quarter
- Foundery Coffee Pub, Photo: nalinratphi/stock.adobe.com
- Blue Door Coffee Company, Photo: peshkova/stock.adobe.com
- Foxy Loxy Cafe, Photo: Rawpixel.com/stock.adobe.com
- Black Rifle Coffee Company, Photo: Nopphon/stock.adobe.com
- Coffee.deli, Photo: deminitry6/stock.adobe.com
- Cover Photo: Farknot Architect/stock.adobe.com
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