Santa Fe is both a world-class dining destination and a coffee and tea lover’s paradise with vibrant coffee culture in cozy cafés, independent coffee houses, and mom-and-pop shops across the city. Whether you are looking for a caffeine fix that will jolt you awake in the best possible way or a great little spot to curl up with a good book and an even better cup of joe, here are some of the top spots to head to in for fabulous coffee in Santa Fe. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.


1.Dulce Bakery & Coffee

Dulce Bakery & Coffee
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Located in the El Mercado Plaza just south of Santa Fe’s Plaza in South Capitol, Dulce Bakery & Coffee is a charming bakery that is renowned for its hand-made-from-scratch baked goods, morning pastries, famous quiches, and beautifully-made handcrafted desserts. The café also serves organic fair-trade coffees in a variety of forms from americanos and cappuccinos to lattes and espressos, as well as specialty drinks like a latte with house-made caramel and hot chocolate. Don’t miss the twice-baked orange-tinged almond croissants and Fridays-only Monkey Bread.

1100 Don Diego Ave Ste a, Santa Fe, NM 87505, Phone: 505-989-9966

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2.Museum Hill Cafe

Museum Hill Cafe
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The Museum Hill Café is an upscale restaurant with a Mexican-inspired menu of farm-to-table fare prepared using local, sustainably produced, and seasonal ingredients whenever possible. Exuding a typical adobe-style ambiance with warm terracotta exteriors, the restaurant has spacious dining areas decorated with modern furnishings and soft lighting, and a lovely patio with spectacular views. The seasonal menu features the freshest seafood, prime steaks, organic salads, and vegetarian options, and mouth-watering desserts, all of which are prepared from scratch. A full-service bar serves an array of libations, including fine wines from around the world, and classic cocktails.

710 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, NM 87505, Phone: 505-984-8900

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3.Tribes Coffee House

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Located in the San Isidro Plaza, Tribes Coffee House is a locally owned coffee shop with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere that is a favorite spot with regulars for spending hours sipping coffee and working in the bright, comfortable space. The coffee house offers a menu of signature coffees and specialty drinks and traditional offerings like mochas and lattes, tea, juice, and hot chocolate, along with a small, rotating daily selection of freshly baked goods, smoothies, vegan muffins, and other treats.

3470 Zafarano Dr, Santa Fe, NM 87507, Phone: 505-473-3615

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4.Ecco Espresso and Gelato

Ecco Espresso and Gelato
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Located near Santa Fe Plaza, Ecco Espresso and Gelato is a contemporary counter-serve spot with bright, yellow walls and a small patio space for alfresco-style relaxation. The family-friendly café serves hand-pulled espresso drinks made with locally roasted, organic and fair-trade coffee beans, spicy hot chocolate, and thick milkshakes. The little café is famous for its handmade Italian-style gelato, which is made with local and organic ingredients and available in over 20 flavors, ranging from strawberry habanero to lavender and rosemary. Other light fare includes freshly baked pastries and gourmet deli sandwiches.

128 E Marcy St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, Phone: 505-986-9778

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5.Holy Spirit Espresso

Holy Spirit Espresso
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Holy Spirit Espresso is a one-man coffee shop and popular neighborhood coffee counter that serves a variety of coffee, tea, and delectable pastries in an inviting setting with quirky décor. The tiny little hole-in-the-wall café has just enough space for a counter, an espresso machine, and two tables on the sidewalk. The coffee house offers a menu of signature coffees, tea, and hot chocolate, and a small, rotating daily selection of freshly baked goods like cinnamon rolls. The little café also sells vintage postcards.

225 W San Francisco St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, Phone: 505-920-3664

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6.Java Joe's & Groovy Bean Coffee Roasters

Java Joe's & Groovy Bean Coffee Roasters
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Java Joe's & Groovy Bean Coffee Roasters is a locally owned and operated coffee shop that has been serving freshly roasted coffee and locally made pastries since 2002. Owners Dave and Colleen Merriman pride themselves on offering a welcoming nook where locals with a love of food can relax over the creative menu of unpretentious and delicious cuisine. The cozy little coffee shop serves a variety of regular coffee drinks like americano, cappuccino, macchiato, and espresso, along with specialty coffee drinks, cold brews, loose-leaf teas, and juices. Light fare such as freshly baked pastries and other sweet treats are available to enjoy with the coffee.

1248 Siler Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87507, Phone: 505-930-5763

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7.Palacio Cafe

Palacio Cafe
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Palacio Café is a warm, family-owned nook that has been serving reasonably priced breakfasts and lunches to both locals and tourists for years. Owned by Damian Muñoz, the cozy café serves a menu of a blend of New Mexican comfort food and freshly made hearty sandwiches, soups, and salads, such as Reubens, BLTs, turkey melts, and burgers. The Mexican part of the menu features breakfast-oriented dishes such as huevos rancheros and breakfast tacos, and lunch plates of enchiladas, house-made posole, and green chile stew. The café also serves a range of organic coffee and espresso drinks, as well as tea, and juices.

209 E Palace Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501, Phone: 505-989-3505

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8.35 Degrees North Coffee

35 Degrees North Coffee
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Head to 35 Degrees North Coffee for a variety of coffee sourced from all latitudes of the world, ranging from Kenya and Colombia to Costa Rica and Sumatra. The quintessential café has ample indoor and outdoor seating, including comfy booths, communal co-working tables, and picnic-style chairs and serves an extensive menu of coffee including Americano, cappuccino, latte, mocha, and flat white, as well as espresso options and house-made chai, tea and hot chocolate. There are also pour-overs, drips, and nitro, and the food menu features hearty dishes like steel-cut oatmeal, croissants with scrambled egg, beignets, and scrambled egg plates.

60 E San Francisco St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, Phone: 505-983-6138

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9.Iconik Coffee Roasters

Iconik Coffee Roasters
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Iconik Coffee Roasters is a hip coffee chain and third-wave coffee roaster with three locations around town that serves house-roasted coffees and other specialty drinks and provides coffee to retailers around the state. The café on Lena Street is a trendy spot in a lofty, industrial space with ample seating and a spacious back patio and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as fresh, house-baked bagels, pastries, and other sweet treats. The café’s three locations include Lena Street in the Second Street district; Guadalupe Street between the Railyard and Downtown; and inside the Collected Works Bookstore on Galisteo Street.

1600 Lena St Ste A2, Santa Fe, NM 87505, Phone: 505-428-0996

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10.O’Hori's Coffee Roasters, Capital Location

O’Hori's Coffee Roasters, Capital Location
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Established in 1984, O'Hori's Coffee Roasters is one of Santa Fe's most popular coffee shops and has been making freshly roasted small batch gourmet arabica coffee for over 35 years. The company has two locations around town, both of which house-roast single-origin and estate coffee with ethically sourced beans from coffee-growing countries like Yemen, Sumatra, and Guatemala. The roastery also roasts signature and crafted blends, and assorted light fare like freshly baked pastries and made-from-scratch breakfast burritos, and deli-style sandwiches.

507 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87505, Phone: 505-982-9692

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11.REMIX Audio Bar

REMIX Audio Bar
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REMIX Audio Bar is a DJ-themed coffee shop based in a comfortable second-story room above Marcy Street's La Lechería with plush sink-free bean bag chairs, community tables, and lovely views over the city. The café operates as a silent disco with wireless headphones available for customers to listen to recorded DJ sets or Spotify playlists while enjoying special blends from out-of-state roasters and local brews, along with light snacks like freshly baked pastries. The hip café also plans to host live DJs in the future and host special events.

101 W Marcy St #201, Santa Fe, NM 87501, Phone: 505-803-7949

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12.Ortiz

Ortiz
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Housed in the historic Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza in downtown, Ortiz is an award-winning restaurant and café with a romantic kiva fireplace that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The enchanting restaurant serves a menu of Southwestern cuisine with Asian, French, and Mediterranean influences, as well as Starbucks® coffee and fresh-baked pastries throughout the day. Signature dishes include green chile corn chowder, fresh salads, and delectable pasta dishes, and a selection of casual wines, craft beers, and classic cocktails are available to pair with dishes.

100 Sandoval St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, Phone: 505-988-2811

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13.101 Coffee

101 Coffee
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Located near the Plaza Contenta on Jaguar Drive in the Southside neighborhood, 101 Coffee is a casual neighborhood coffee shop with comfortable indoor seating, outdoor patio seating, and complimentary wireless Internet. The cozy little coffee shop serves a variety of regular coffee drinks like americano, cappuccino, macchiato, and espresso, along with specialty coffee drinks, cold brews, loose-leaf teas, and juices. Light fare such as breakfast burritos, bagels from Ruthie’s, freshly baked pastries, and other sweet treats are available to enjoy with the coffee.

6005 Jaguar Dr. Suite 101, Santa Fe, NM 87507, Phone: 505-467-8409

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14.Cacao Santa Fe

Cacao Santa Fe
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Cacao Santa Fe is a charming café and chocolaterie that makes and sells fine handcrafted chocolate and artisan truffles, along with house-roasted single-origin coffee from coffee and chocolate-centric countries around the world. The long-standing outpost serves custom pour-over coffees, espresso drinks, and handcrafted drinking chocolates and elixirs made with chocolate sourced from Brazil, Belize, Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, Hawaii, Ecuador, and Mexico. The store offers an extensive selection of carefully curated artisanal and single origin chocolate bars, handmade truffles, and other fine chocolate-based delicacies. Visitors can also enjoy educational, hands-on workshops and tasting sessions.

3201 Richards Ln, Santa Fe, NM 87507, Santa Fe, NM 87507, Phone: 505-471-0891

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15.Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse

Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse
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Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse is a commercial bookstore that sells a wide range of genres and titles that houses a casual café serving coffee from Iconik Roasters in a hip, loft-style space. Established over 40 years ago, the Collected Works Bookstore is the oldest locally-owned independent bookstore in Santa Fe and sells thousands of titles spanning all genres of local, national, and international authors. A short stroll from the historic downtown Plaza, the bookstore and coffee shop is an ideal spot for finding your favorite title and enjoying a great cup of coffee and delectable pastry at the same time. Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse has a cozy fireplace with plush couches and small tables, and a lovely outdoor patio for warm days.

202 Galisteo St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, Phone: 505-988-4226

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16.Counter Culture

Counter Culture
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Located on an artsy block on Baca Street just off of Cerillos, Counter Culture is a charming café with two different patio areas that serve health-conscious for breakfast, lunch, dinner, as well as excellent coffee in a casual atmosphere. Beloved by locals and tourists alike, the café is a great spot for a classic breakfast of eggs and bacon or a stack of pancakes, or a light lunch of gourmet sandwiches and salads. Coffee drinks are made with Portland fair-trade roaster, Aroma Coffee, and the drinks menu also includes a variety of teas, juices, and smoothies.

930 Baca St #1, Santa Fe, NM 87505, Phone: 505-995-1105

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17.Kaffee Haus

Kaffee Haus
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Kaffee Haus is a tiny little walk-up café set in a quaint little house on St Francis Drive that serves freshly brewed coffee and freshly baked delights. The little locally-owned coffee shop serves a variety of coffee and specialty coffee drinks, including hot and iced espresso drinks, standard coffee drinks such as Americano, cappuccino, macchiato, and latte, hot and iced tea, blended coffee and non-coffee beverages. The café also offers a selection of light fare such as gourmet sandwiches, freshly baked pastries, and other light snacks, and is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch daily.

1599 S St Francis Dr, Santa Fe, NM 87505

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18.Rebel House Coffee

Rebel House Coffee
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Located in the Santa Fe Place Mall, Rebel House Coffee is a locally owned and operated café with quirky décor, art-adorned walls, and cozy upstairs space that can be used for special celebrations and private parties. Boasting comfortable seating and a warm and welcoming ambiance, Rebel House Coffee serves a variety of freshly roasted and brewed coffee, specialty coffee drinks, such as lattes and ice-cold brews, imported teas, and other beverages. Light bites include mouth-watering pastries, sweet treats, and smoothies, and complimentary wireless Internet is available throughout the day. Rebel House Coffee is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, daily.

4250 Cerrillos Rd Suite 1116, Santa Fe, NM 87507, Phone: 505-819-1037

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19.Santa Fe Plaza Cafe

Santa Fe Plaza Cafe
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Santa Fe Plaza Café is a historic restaurant that has been serving delicious home-cooked food since 1905. Santa Fe’s oldest restaurant, the inviting American diner-style eatery serves a diverse, multi-cultural menu of delicious, comfort fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week. The family-friendly, locally-owned restaurant serves signature dishes include New Mexican favorites like tortilla soup and breakfast burritos to Greek specialties such as gyros and moussaka. A full service bar offers a wide range of drinks from freshly brewed coffee and tea, fresh juices, craft beers, casual wines, and imported spirits.

54 Lincoln Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501, Phone: 505-982-1664

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20.Sagche's Coffee House

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Located next to Loyal Hound in a shopping center off St. Michael’s Drive, Sagche’s Coffee House is a small, modern spot with comfortable, slightly worn four-tops and wooden chairs and bright and light-filled dining space. A blackboard menu features a variety of breakfast classics and Santa Fe favorites such as breakfast burritos, fruit-topped waffles, and stacks of pancakes, as well as gourmet sandwiches, fresh salads, enchiladas and spicy red and green chile from Hatch. Coffee is freshly brewed using locally-roasted beans from family-owned roaster Albuquerque-based OdaCrem, along with an assortment of organic, single-origin brews, espresso drinks, and iced coffee.

730 St Michaels Dr, Santa Fe, NM 87505, Phone: 505-780-5263

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21.Betterday Coffee

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Located in the New Solana Shopping Center, Betterday Coffee is a spacious, modern café and coffee shop set inside a modern strip mall with a warm and welcoming vibe. The tiny counter-serve coffee shop has a sleek design with several tables chairs and serves a range of global coffee from a variety of roasters. The menu features a variety of coffee and specialty espresso drinks, lattes, and several teas, and a small, rotating daily selection of freshly baked goods, muffins, and other treats are delivered daily.

905 W Alameda St, Santa Fe, NM 87501

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22.Downtown Subscription

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Tucked away off historic Acequia Madre Street, Downtown Subscription is a little hidden gem of a coffee shop and newsstand that offers a variety of freshly brewed coffee, teas, delectable pastries, and other light fare. The little café has a lovely patio and lush green garden and is a great spot for an early breakfast or light lunch away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Grab a magazine or newspaper from the newsstand to enjoy with your coffee.

376 Garcia St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, Phone: 505-983-3085

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