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Crema Coffee House

2862 Larimer St., Denver

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720-284-9648

www.cremacoffeehouse.net

Serves up wide variety of beans (NOVO, Victrola, Dogwood, Herkimer), with French press at the ready. Go there for breakfast.

MadCap Coffee

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98 Monroe Center St. NW

Grand Rapids, Mich.

888-866-9091

www.madcapcoffee.com

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Purchases coffee directly from farmers. Staff is known for its artwork made with milk and froth in the cup.

Nobrow Coffee & Tea Co.

179 West 900 South (January)

Salt Lake City

801-364-3448

www.nobrowcoffee.com

Serves Ritual Coffee, Intelligensia, Salt Lake Roasting Co.

Buddy Brew Coffee

2020 West Kennedy Blvd.

Tampa

813-258-2739

www.buddybrew.com

They roast their own coffee, and serve up their own beans.

One Line Coffee

745 North High St.,

Columbus, Ohio

614-564-9852

www.onelinecoffee.com

Roasts its own coffee and will brew a cup in a variety of ways (V60, press, Chemex).

Press Coffee Bar

257 Wayne Ave., Dayton, Ohio

937-286-4585

www.pressdayton.com

Get coffee from a siphon pot, a Chemex, a pour-over, or the namesake French press.

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