In the beach town of Yachats, Green Salmon Coffee is sure to make you feel good inside and out. Socially and environmentally conscious, it composts all coffee and tea waste and sends it to local farms to enrich their soil; it collects rainwater to mop its floors; and it uses solar energy to power its lights, register, and music system. Moreover, part of the proceeds from the sale of certain coffee blends is donated to organizations—sip on Campfire Blend (Colombian and Guatemalan beans) and help support the endeavors of Oregon Wild, which works to restore wildlands, wildlife, and waters.
It doesn't get much hipper than Portland's Tov, an Egyptian coffeehouse inside a vintage double-decker bus, which appeals with cardamom-scented Turkish coffee and phyllo dough pastries. Get it "for here" and lounge on the tented rooftop that is set up to feel like an inviting living room with rugs and miniature succulents perched on the coffee tables.
Makers & Finders takes its coffee seriously. This vibrant Latin coffee bar and restaurant in the Arts District of trendy downtown Las Vegas offers different brew styles, single-origin coffee beans, and a variety of handcrafted syrups. Choose from a café con leche (pour over Columbian coffee with condensed milk), coconut turmeric latte with a touch of cinnamon, salted caramel latte, and many more creations.