Iced coffee that comes in a beer bottle is incredible. Apparently, beer bottles make things taste great. Next time you run through Southtown, make a pit stop at Revolucion, order an iced coffee, pick up a magazine, and enjoy San Antonio’s best neighborhood for a couple hours. The ice cold drink is refreshing, full of flavor, and perfect for a disgustingly warm fall evening.
This mobile speciality coffee trailer recently opened under the guidance of service industry veteran, Mark Vollmer Jr., and has been impressing coffee nerds from the beginning of its existence. Make sure to stalk it on Theory’s website, because after you taste the coffee the importance of knowing where it is at all times will be paramount. Also, definitely order the espresso and experience its strong smokey flavor. It might be the best in SA.
A coffee shop one mile from St. Mary’s has the best Americano in San Antonio. That’s a recipe for success, right? St. Mary’s students, do yourselves a favor and wake up five minutes earlier than usual and walk down to Barrio to get yourself an Americano. It will temporarily boost your IQ for that Sexuality and the Media midterm.
Known more for their colorfully cute pastries, Bakery Lorraine makes a mean cup of coffee, too. So, next time you’re getting your six pack of Parisian macarons give their espresso a shot. It’ll awaken you and your taste buds.
Do yourself a favor and roll out of bed Saturday morning, stroll through Southtown, and order a stiff black coffee from Halcyon. Seat yourself on one of their forest green couches and zone out for a couple hours. Their coffee is best when enjoyed without distractions like milk and sugar.
Olmos Perk deserves respect for their creative implementation of the cubicle, for they have turned a symbol of the true drudgery of office work into a reason for celebration. The work stations that line the back wall provide an excellent space to be highly caffeinated... in private. Order a cappuccino and an everything bagel and get to work without the distractions of your neighbor.
Never have San Antonians been so enthusiastic about buying a three dollar iced coffee. Maybe it’s because the place uses beans from San Antonio’s most celebrated coffee roaster, Merit Roasting Co. Maybe it’s because they occasionally throws roasters like Intelligentsia and Stumptown into the mix. Either way, enjoy a frosty cold one from Local because nothing is better.