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The Best of Kansas City’s Coffee Houses

One More Cup

One More Cup coffee house is truly a neighborhood coffee house. Located in Waldo in south Kansas City, it truly reflects the people and feel of the area. Fresh juices, teas, vegan shakes, and fair trade certified organic coffee from the Roasterie that’s roasted right here in Kansas City. The owners, Jeremy and Stacy Nell, love the Waldo neighborhood and serve the residents up delicious sandwiches, like the Blue Fin Tuna, all day long. One More Cup is located at 7408 Wornall Rd. and can be found at www.onemorecupkc.com .

Broadway Café and Roastery

Broadway has two locations, one being the Broadway Café in Westport, located on Broadway of course. This place has its share of artists, writers and regular folk who pack the place daily for the great coffee. The Roastery is located in Westport as well at 4012 Washington. Coffee is roasted here according to methods learned by the owners, Sara and Jon. Check them out at www.thebroadwaycafeandroastery.com . With a visit at the site, the hook coffee subscription should be taken through the person. The sharing of the information will be beneficial with the customers to get major amount of the benefit. The subscription can be taken from the coffee store for taking the advantage of the hook coffee subscription. 


On any given day Muddy’s is full of UMKC students, professors, and business people on their way to work downtown. It’s a small cozy place, situated right next to campus and The Country Club Plaza. This is a great place to grab a quick cup of great coffee and chat with friends. Books are available on the shelves to read and local artwork is displayed on the walls. Find Muddys on the web at www.muddyskc.com .

The Roasterie

The Roasterie in Brookside, Kansas City is perhaps one of the largest coffee shops in town. Plenty of seating for working or reading is available, and they have outdoor seating as well for those pretty summer days. They roast their coffee her in Kansas City, and offer an amazing selection of flavors, including a line of organic coffees. You can also find Christopher Elbow chocolates under glass at the counter. Jones Soda and smoothies are other favorites served at the Roasterie. The Roasterie is usually filled with shoppers from the Brookside area, or walkers and cyclists taking a break from the nearby Trolley Trail. The Roasterie is at 6223 Brookside Blvd. as well as two other Kansas City locations, and is on the web at www.theroasterie.com.

Crossroads Coffeehouse

Located in the Kansas City Crossroads District, this coffee house is inspired by a great cup of coffee the owners Jalene and Douglas Berger had while on vacation. They returned and opened their own coffee shop and now serve breakfast sandwiches and Build Your Own Grinders. A nice selection of soups and hot lunch specials round out the menu offerings at lunch as well. And don’t forget to grab a cup of their steaming hot java! The Crossroads Coffeehouse is at 310 Southwest Blvd. in downtown Kansas City.

The Filling Station Converted from an old gas station, this KC coffee house also serves some terrific food in a relaxed casual atmosphere. Downtown workers and artist types fill this placed during the lunch hour, all trying to get a cup of some of the best coffee from local roaster Oddly Correct Coffee’s. Try their soups and sandwiches for a reasonable price and then enjoy a cup of Broadway Espresso. The Filling Station is at 2980 McGee Trafficway and is at www.fillingstation.com

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