Recently named ‘one of the most caffeinated places in America,’ Albuquerque has a burgeoning coffee scene with a variety of cafés and coffee shops serving everything from standard americanos and macchiatos to specialty pour-overs and home-brews. Whether you need a first-cup-in-the-morning fix or a late afternoon pick-me-up, here are some of Duke City’s top spots for fantastic coffee. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Blackbird Coffee House
Blackbird Coffee House is a charming little café that serves house-roasted coffee and freshly baked pastries, muffins, and other light fare. Open for breakfast and lunch, the coffee shop has modern décor with local artworks adorning the walls and serves a variety of farm-to-table fare for breakfast and lunch, ranging from breakfast sandwiches, smoothies, and quiche to homemade soups, fresh salads, and gourmet sandwiches. Freshly baked treats include coffeecake, muffins, salted caramel pecan pie, bread pudding, and a selection of gluten-free cakes and cookies. Blackbird Coffee House is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
206 San Felipe St NW 2 Suite 8, Albuquerque, NM 87104, Phone: 505-944-6789
2.Blunt Bros Coffee
Blunt Bros. Coffee serves 100% Fair-Trade organic espresso-based coffee in a warm and welcoming setting. The coffee shop roasts their beans in-house, and every drink is made-to-order with a QUAD shot of in-house roasted organic espresso. A variety of coffee drinks are offered, including cappuccinos, macchiatos, and mocha, as well as a selection of hot or iced teas, and hot cocoa. Blunt Bros. Coffee has two locations in New Mexico and is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
4400 Central Ave SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, Phone: 505-695-2767
3.Cafe Bella Coffee
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Cafe Bella Coffee is a casual neighborhood craft coffee shop that specializes in fair-trade, organic, single estate, and locally micro-roasted coffee, as well as premium espresso. The charming community-focused spot serves house-brewed craft coffee, competition-level espresso, and handcrafted, made-to-order food, such as gourmet sandwiches, paninis, bagels, fresh salads, and waffles. Cafe Bella Coffee has a modern interior with seating for up to 55 guests and can be rented for special occasions and offers catering services. Cafe Bella Coffee is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
2115 Golf Course Rd SE #102, Rio Rancho, NM 87124, Phone: 505-994-9436
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4.ChocolateDude Candy Store and Coffee Shop
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Located on Route 66 in the heart of the Nob Hill district of Albuquerque, ChocolateDude Candy Store and Coffee Shop is a down-to-earth chocolate and coffee shop that makes handcrafted chocolates, Portland-style espresso, and coffee drinks. The relaxed café has colorful, ’60s-inspired décor and comfortable seating, and is famous for its selection of handmade chocolates and sweet treats like caramel apples, brittles, fudges, and toffees. ChocolateDude Candy Store and Coffee Shop is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, daily.
3339 Central Ave NE Sweet E, Albuquerque, NM 87106, Phone: 505-639-5502
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Located just north of Historic Old Town Albuquerque, Cutbow Coffee is a top-notch coffee roastery and shop roaster owned by artisan coffee roaster Paul Gallegos. Bringing more than 25 years of experience to the table, Gallegos’ exemplary skills of a true master of the craft shine through in every batch. Named after the cutbow trout, and in honor of Paul's late father, who was an avid fisherman, the charming coffee shop donates a portion of proceeds from every bag of coffee sold to the Hermit's Peak Watershed Alliance. The roastery, tasting Room, and coffee bar serves a variety of Cutbow specialty coffees, teas, and tisanes, as well as Cutbow Single Origins, Cutbow Blends, and tasting flights. Cutbow Coffee is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
1208 Rio Grande Blvd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104, Phone: 505-355-5563
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6.Duggan's Coffee Shop
Serving breakfast, lunch, house-roasted coffee, espresso drinks, and freshly baked treats, Duggan's Coffee Shop is an award-winning coffee in the heart of Albuquerque. Located behind an unassuming storefront in the University Heights area, the casual coffee shop boasts a bright, well-appointed space with warm wood accents and deep red tones and a warm and welcoming family atmosphere. The café serves a simple menu with newspaper-oriented item names for breakfast and lunch with signature dishes like BBQ pulled pork sandwiches, Greek salads, and turkey paninis. There is high-speed wireless Internet for digital nomads and a selection of newspapers to read while sipping coffee. Duggan's Coffee Shop is open for is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
2227 Lead Ave SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106, Phone: 505-312-7257
Located at the Green Jeans Farmery, Epiphany Espresso is a European-inspired café that serves certified fair-trade and organic coffee and espresso, a selection of organic hot teas, lemonade and Italian sodas. The award-winning coffee shop focuses on locally sourced products, including milk, pastries, and sundries, and hosts coffee pairings with locally made chocolates and desserts on certain evenings in the week. A rooftop patio is perfect for sipping morning coffee, enjoying afternoon tea and watching the sun set over a cappuccino. Epiphany Espresso is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
3600 Cutler Ave NE #2, Albuquerque, NM 87110, Phone: 505-200-9476
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Espresso Fino is an intimate espresso bar with outdoor sidewalk seating that serves regional blends and specialty espressos along with light bites. The barista-owned and operated downtown coffee shop features exposed brick walls, comfortable décor, and hanging star-shaped lights and serves locally roasted, fair trade classic espresso drinks and brews complemented by a changing assortment of pastries. Hailed as "one of the city's most enjoyable coffee bars," Espresso Fino has a charming atmosphere where coffee lovers can enjoy world-class tastes. The quaint coffee shop is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
222 Gold Ave SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102, Phone: 575-779-6078
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9.Golden Crown Panaderia
Located in the historic Old Town, Golden Crown Panaderia is an old-fashioned bakery run by father/son duo that serves knock-your-socks-off coffee and freshly baked goods. The friendly neighborhood café-bakery has bright décor and a spacious patio and specializes in regionally inspired bread, as well as housemade pizza, gourmet sandwiches, empanadas, and freshly baked pastries. Drinks range from house-brewed coffee, espresso drinks, and specialty sips like pumpkin spice latte, and coffee milkshakes. Golden Crown Panaderia is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, daily.
1103 Mountain Rd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102, Phone: 505-243-2424
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10.Humble Coffee Company
Humble Coffee Company is a low-key café with indoor and outdoor seating that serves single-origin brews and freshly baked pastries. The casual neighborhood café is a popular gathering place for locals and visitors alike and serves a range of house-brewed coffee from americano and espresso to cappuccino and macchiato, along with specialty coffee drinks, hot and iced teas, and fruit juices. A menu of light fare such as housemade sandwiches, paninis, muffins, cookies, and freshly baked pastries are available, and the café has high-speed wireless Internet. Humble Coffee Company is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
4200 Lomas Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110, Phone: 505-289-9909
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11.Michael Thomas Coffee
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Michael Thomas Coffee is a locally-owned and operated coffee shop that specializes in profile roasted coffee, ensuring premium aroma and taste. The café is an Albuquerque coffee staple where the community gathers for wide range of delicious coffees and fabulous espressos prepared by friendly, professional baristas. The homey coffee shop has a cozy interior and charming outdoor patio for enjoying morning coffee in the sun, and offers brewing lessons, and sells brewing supplies and house-roasted beans so guests can make their barista-standard coffee at home. Michael Thomas Coffee is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, daily.
202 Bryn Mawr Dr. SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106, Phone: 505-504-7078
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Napoli Coffee is an airy, local-art-lined coffeehouse that serves freshly roasted, house-brewed coffee, sandwiches, pastries, and other light bites in a casual setting. The coffee shop focuses on using fresh, locally sourced ingredients to prepare a farm-to-table menu of fare, ranging from bagels and burritos to wraps, sandwiches, homemade soup, and decadent treats. Handcrafted coffee and specialty drinks range from traditional coffee and specialty lattes to iced and hot teas. Napoli Coffee is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
3035 Menaul Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87107, Phone: 505-884-5454
Established as a mobile coffee cart in a 1971 VW van, O’Bean’s Coffee has grown into a brick and mortar spot on Tramway and San Rafael that serves fantastic coffee in a welcoming atmosphere. The family-owned and operated coffee shop features bright red, black and silver chrome décor that harkens back to the coffee shops humble beginnings in a VW van and serves a range of house-brewed coffee from americano and espresso to cappuccino and macchiato, along with specialty coffee drinks, hot and iced teas, and fruit juices. Freshly baked pastries are available, the café has high-speed wireless Internet, and is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
12760 San Rafael Ave NE Ste C-2, Albuquerque, NM 87122, Phone: 505-508-0758
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14.Oval Dogs Coffee
Oval Dogs Coffee is a casual coffee roastery and coffee shop in Rio Rancho that roasts and serves artisanal coffee and food in a laid-back atmosphere. Owned by husband-wife team Daniel and Beth Sanchez, Oval Dogs Coffee is centered around a signature $25,000 bean roaster, which uses Passionate Harvest Coffee beans to produce a range of house-brewed coffee from americano and espresso to cappuccino and macchiato, along with specialty coffee drinks. Oval Dogs Coffee is open Tuesday through Saturday for breakfast and lunch and can be found at the Los Rancho’s Grower’s Market on Saturdays.
661 Quantum Rd NE Suite #13, Rio Rancho, NM 87124, Phone: 505-585-2418
15.Piñon Coffee House
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The Piñon Coffee House has been a coffee staple in Albuquerque for the past two decades. The casual coffee shop focuses on flavor and simplicity and serves a variety of espresso-based drinks, nitro cold brews, traditional coffee, and specialty drinks, all of which are made with New Mexico Piñon Coffee. The coffee house boasts a bright, welcoming space with comfortable seating and laid-back ambiance where visitors can enjoy coffee drinks with locally inspired flavors like Biscochito or Mexican Spiced Chocolate. A menu of light fare includes breakfast burritos, parfaits, and freshly baked treats like muffins, scones, Danishes, and donuts. Piñon Coffee House is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
5222 4th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107, Phone: 505-312-7876
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Located in the Sawmill District, Prismatic Coffee, Prismatic Coffee is a third-wave, specialty coffee roasting company that roasts seasonal, ethically sourced coffee that meets specialty standards. Founded in 2016, Prismatic Coffee has grown into one of the most highly respected roasters in the industry, serving finely crafted coffee and specialty drinks. The café boasts modern décor and an inviting atmosphere and is a popular spot for students from the University of New Mexico who gather to study and enjoy great coffee. Prismatic Coffee is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
1761 Bellamah Ave NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104, Phone: 505-205-1590
Remedy Coffee is a homey café and coffee shop with warm décor, a cozy fireplace for winter, and a beautiful patio for summer. The friendly café serves freshly brewed coffee that is expertly roasted at the nearby Villa Myriam and trained baristas create handcrafted cups of traditional and specialty coffee throughout the day. A small menu of light bites is available and includes burritos, hummus toast, Labneh Toast, baked goodies like muffins, pastries and cookies, pop fizz paletas, and a variety of chocolate bars. Remedy Coffee is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
1816 Lomas Blvd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104, Phone: 505-219-3819
18.Rust Is Gold Coffee
Located on the corner of Eubank and Constitution, not far from Historic Route 66, Rust Gold Coffee is a popular gathering spot for vintage, classic, and motorcycle enthusiasts who flock to enjoy good coffee. The crew of Rust is Gold Coffee serves a range of house-brewed coffee from americano and espresso to cappuccino and macchiato, along with specialty coffee drinks, hot and iced teas, and fruit juices. When they aren’t serving great coffee, they are building custom vintage bikes and hot rods, riding cafe racers, and playing music. Rust Gold Coffee is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
1321 Eubank Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87112, Phone: 575-224-6709
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Satellite Coffee has been serving ethically-sourced, locally roasted coffee to the community since 1998. Using only the highest quality, thoughtfully sourced coffee beans from around the world, Satellite Coffee is proud to serve perfectly roasted coffee and specialty coffee drinks, Fair Trade organic teas loose-leaf teas, and made-from-scratch pastries and sweet treats. The warm and welcoming café serves a hand-crafted menu of fresh farm-to-table fare that complements the coffee and teas, including an array of healthy and delicious breakfast items, handcrafted soups, and gourmet sandwiches. Satellite Coffee has several locations around the city and is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
7600 Jefferson St NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109, Phone: 505-433-5052
20.SoPo Roasting & Brewing Co.
Located on the campus of Calvary Church Albuquerque, SoPo Roasting & Brewing Co. is a casual café that serves a variety of specialty house-roasted coffees, exotic teas, traditional sodas, and freshly baked pastries and baked goods. Warm and welcoming, the coffee shop serves a range of house-brewed coffee from americano and espresso to cappuccino and macchiato, along with specialty coffee drinks, hot and iced teas, and fruit juices. Freshly baked pastries are available, the café has high-speed wireless Internet, and is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
4001 Osuna Rd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109, Phone: 505-338-3669
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21.The Brew Coffee Bar
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The Brew Coffee Bar is a new chain of coffee shops owned by brothers Juan and David Certain of the Villa Myriam coffee roasters with several locations around town that serves freshly roasted Villa Myriam coffee, specialty coffee drinks, loose-leaf teas, and freshly baked pastries and other sweet treats. Boasting spacious, naturally-lit contemporary interiors and outdoor patios, the classic coffee shops serve a range of house-brewed coffee from americano and espresso to cappuccino and macchiato, along with specialty coffee drinks. Fresh pastries, muffins, cookies, and other light fare is available, and the Brew Coffee Bar is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
311 Gold Ave SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102, Phone: 505-363-9453
22.Trifecta Coffee Company
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Trifecta Coffee Company is a roastery, coffee shop, and bakery that serves a wide selection of freshly house-roasted coffees from over 15 countries and five growing regions worldwide, including Mexico, South America, Africa, and Latin America. Albuquerque’s first combined coffee roaster, coffee bar, and bakery serve a wide variety of traditional and specialty espresso drinks, along with a custom menu of freshly prepared light bites such as banana bread, pumpkin bread, muffins, an array of cookies, home-baked scones, quiche, and savory scones. Trifecta Coffee Company is open for breakfast and lunch daily.
413 Montaño Rd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87107, Phone: 505-800-7081
23.Villa Myriam Coffee Roasters & Coffee Shop
Villa Myriam Coffee Roasters & Coffee Shop is a small, family-owned coffee roasting company run by brothers David and Juan Certain that serves organic coffee sourced from South America. The brothers grow the coffee beans on their grandfather's farm in Colombia and then roast and distribute the coffee from the roasting house and coffee shop in the heart of Albuquerque. The company also owns The Brew by Villa Myriam, a coffee shop in downtown Albuquerque, and distributes a recently launched Nitro Cold Brew coffee drink at more than 200 locations throughout New Mexico. Villa Myriam Coffee Roasters & Coffee Shop is open for breakfast and lunch, Monday through Saturday.
573 Commercial St NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102, Phone: 505-814-1599
Zendo is a diverse neighborhood coffee shop and low-key spot that serves fantastic coffee in a hipster college cafeteria-like atmosphere. Friendly baristas create traditional and specialty coffee blends with adventurous signature sips like Red Chile Mocha, and a menu of light bites includes organic baked goods and fresh pastries. The hip, art-filled nook exudes an inviting, laid-back ambiance with outdoor seating for warm summer days, the café has high-speed wireless Internet for digital nomads who like to work in a bustling coffee shop, and is open for breakfast and lunch, daily.
413 2nd St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102, Phone: 505-926-1636
24 Best Albuquerque Coffee Shops
- Blackbird Coffee House, Photo: yingyaipumi/stock.adobe.com
- Blunt Bros Coffee, Photo: pariwatpannium/stock.adobe.com
- Cafe Bella Coffee, Photo: Cafe Bella Coffee
- ChocolateDude Candy Store and Coffee Shop, Photo: ChocolateDude Candy Store and Coffee Shop
- Cutbow Coffee, Photo: Cutbow Coffee
- Duggan's Coffee Shop, Photo: mad_production/stock.adobe.com
- Epiphany Espresso, Photo: stock.adobe.com
- Espresso Fino, Photo: Firma V/stock.adobe.com
- Golden Crown Panaderia, Photo: dontree/stock.adobe.com
- Humble Coffee Company, Photo: Anna/stock.adobe.com
- Michael Thomas Coffee, Photo: Brent Hofacker/stock.adobe.com
- Napoli Coffee, Photo: Drobot Dean/stock.adobe.com
- O’Bean’s Coffee, Photo: Witthaya/stock.adobe.com
- Oval Dogs Coffee, Photo: nakophotography/stock.adobe.com
- Piñon Coffee House, Photo: Piñon Coffee House
- Prismatic Coffee, Photo: Comeback Images/stock.adobe.com
- Remedy Coffee, Photo: mad_production/stock.adobe.com
- Rust Is Gold Coffee, Photo: polymanu/stock.adobe.com
- Satellite Coffee, Photo: Jacob Lund/stock.adobe.com
- SoPo Roasting & Brewing Co., Photo: Sanborr/stock.adobe.com
- The Brew Coffee Bar, Photo: The Brew Coffee Bar
- Trifecta Coffee Company, Photo: Farknot Architect/stock.adobe.com
- Villa Myriam Coffee Roasters & Coffee Shop, Photo: Rawpixel.com/stock.adobe.com
- Zendo, Photo: pariwatpannium/stock.adobe.com
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