A trio of local coffee pros helped bring this much-needed coffee shop to Germantown. You’ll find a variety of caffeinated options, both hot and chilled, along with breakfast, lunch and dinner menus and even a small selection of beer.
This Germantown coffee house and creperie expanded to the Woodbine neighborhood last year and also has a location in Cornerstone Church in Madison. Serving coffee, lattes and espresso, it also has a wide range of breakfast, savory and sweet crepes.
This bright space is a prime spot for quick morning meetings for the West End business crowd. Along with the full espresso and coffee bar, this neighborhood hang also offers up some tasty, quick breakfast and lunch options.
This Rolling Mill Hill outpost is serious about its business, taking painstaking efforts to source its beans the right way and offering up various classes on the craft of coffee. And if you like an extra little pick-me-up with your morning joe, head over to Pinewood Social and order Crema's cortado with Fernet.
This is the 'grandaddy' in the local coffee world, having opened up on Belmont Ave. in 1993. But food plays as big a part as the brew, serving hearty breakfast options all day long. The Bongo family has also grown considerably over the years, with it now including Fido and Hot and Cold, along with its own roasting operation.
Possibly Nashville's best known coffee house on a national level, Barista Parlor opened its original, airy east side spot only a few years ago, quickly making a name for itself in the high-end coffee world. Since then it has opened a location in the Gulch, and just this past weekend opened up a third outpost in Germantown.