Best Coffee Shops Around Nashville

Nashville is a big city with a small-town vibe. It offers the perfect blend of quiet, suburban living with all of the urban conveniences you can’t live without—including plenty of places to get your daily dose of caffeine within walking distance of your Nashville apartment. You might even spot Kelly Clarkson, Tim McGraw or another famous singer/songwriter mingling with locals or complementing the barista on an amazing espresso at one these coffee shops around Nashville.

Headquarters | 4902 Charlotte Pike

Don’t let the size of this place fool you. It may be light on square footage, but it’s heavy on local flavor. Think Honey and Lavender Latte or Spicy Mocha. The atmosphere is laid back and comfortable. Bring your tablet and peruse the morning news on their free Wi-Fi, or borrow one of their books and spend a lazy afternoon here.

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The Frothy Monkey |25090 12th Ave

The address designates the original location, but other Frothy Monkey locations makes it possible to get your caffeine fix in Franklin, Chattanooga or downtown Nashville. The 12th South coffeehouse has an energetic vibe, outdoor seating and a dog-friendly patio. In addition to innovative flavors like their Turtle Latte, The Frothy Monkey also boasts a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu.

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Eighth and Roast | 2108A 8th Ave S

This craft roaster is anything but pretentious. The baristas are friendly, the roasts are rich and the atmosphere is intimate. Their menu includes tried-and-true favorites, as well as seasonal specials. Eight and Roast also provides training and equipment maintenance to local restaurants, so even though they close early, you can still enjoy a quality cuppa joe after dinner.


There are countless other coffee shops around Nashville just waiting to be discovered.

Where are your favorite spots to get a cup? Let us know in the comments below.

Amy Johnson

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