At this tiny Uptown shop, the beloved District team offers the same coffee menu as the LGD flagship location featuring 1000 Faces Coffee, and fun drinks like the nitro cold brew and Vietnamese iced coffee also on tap.
Folks in the Quarter can get their pour over fix at this tiny joint with a sleek modern vibe and pour over bar. Miami's Panther and SF's Ritual roasters are featured prominently. They also have legit espresso drinks.
This spot just off Canal on S. Carrollton is serving up all the usual suspects— coffee, tea, pastries— as well as frozen coffee and sweet tea, and home made chai. Something for every crazy New Orleans weather day.
The owners of Satsuma (with locations in the Bywater and Uptown) took over the this former PJ's on Camp in early 2015 to create a healthful alternative for folks on the go in the Warehouse District. Grab some coffee, cold-pressed juice, and/or some fresh pastries made in house. Vegan friendly.
Local microroaster Kevin Pedeaux and team offer up exceptional coffee drinks at the St. Roch Market from 7 a.m to 11 p.m. daily. A selection of iced and frozen coffees, a Fat Americano, and pour overs, plus coffee by the pound.
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Boasting the only Modbar espresso, steam and pour over system in New Orleans—and potentially in Louisiana—the new location of Sucre is a veritable third wave coffee mecca, with oodles of desserts for pairing. For the uninitiated, Modbar is essentially the Ferrari of coffee brewing systems, and can be programmed to create pretty much any brewing method a barista can dream of.
This new Warehouse District hotspot features an array of third wave coffee drinks made from house roasted beans, juices from City Greens and pastries from Gracious Bakery in a chic new shop with a long, gorgeous bar and ample seating.