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7 Must-Visit Coffee Shops Across The U.S.

No matter where we are, bona fide bookworms can sniff out the best little cafe around. Because coffee pairs perfectly with a good book and, well, a reader can’t have one without the other, right? We’ve rounded up a cheat sheet of seven must-visit coffee shops across the United States. So, book lovers, while you’re vacationing this summer, you won’t have to go without a fantastic cup o’ joe! 

1) Tatte Bakery—Boston, MA

Find this must-visit cafe hidden in Harvard Square. With fantastic eats, drinks, and pastries, Tatte Bakery is the perfect scene for readers. You’re guaranteed to get lost in this cozy atmosphere for hours!

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2) The Eclectic Cafe & Vinyl—Charleston, SC

This all-in-one bistro and record store has you covered for any mood you’re in. Enjoy a craft beer, tea, or espresso while reading the newspaper, having lunch, or shopping for some new vinyl to add to your collection.

3) August First—Burlington, VT

This one-of-a-kind bakery and cafe is the perfect atmosphere to spend a day with friends. You’ll love the unique outdoor seating and the cozy indoor vibes, but it’s the made-from-scratch eats that’ll keep you comin’ back! 

✨G R E A T N E S S ✨ . Great coffee comes from great people. We’ve been highlighting an outstanding employee of the quarter from each location…The Golden Sound staff have voted and the results are in – Here we celebrate Shift Leader, Christie Dupree for being one of the most dialed in people in all the land. Congrats Christie, you make us all better! Here are some fun facts about her ~ . What aspect of your job do you enjoy the most? Working with such awesome people, and interacting with new people every day . Favorite coffee and why: Natural Ethiopian coffees never do me wrong! . What’s your favorite record to work to? Andrew Belle’s “Dive Deep” . If we made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Kristen Wigg . What places have you lived in? Texas, Tennessee . If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be? Chicken Pad thai . What else do you do for fun? I make lots of music and take lots of pictures, anything involving art really . Favorite Quote: The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness does not overcome it. John 1:5 . Where would you like to travel to? Hogwarts . Tell us three things most people don’t know about you: 1) I'm a black belt in TaeKwonDo 2) I am afraid of rollercoasters 3) I want to write books . 👏you👏rule👏so👏much

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4) Barista Parlor—Nashville, TN

This mod-style coffee parlor located in the heart of music city is a must for any traveling musician. Enjoy a beautiful cup of coffee, all locally sourced, while taking in eclectic city scenes. 

5) Sunergos Coffee—Louisville, KY

Just up the road from Barista Parlor is this hidden gem in horse country. Built on good coffee and southern hospitality, don’t miss a chance to taste this high-quality espresso in a cozy, book-friendly atmosphere!

6) Stone Creek Coffee—Milwaukee, WI

When in Milwaukee, make a point to swing by Stone Creek Coffee—it’s, without a doubt, one of the coolest coffee joints in the city. Sit and stay in a modern atmosphere, surrounded by art and good eats and tasty treats!

7) Joe Bean Roasters—Rochester, NY

If in need of good coffee (or wine), the baristas at Joe Bean have got your back. Plus, their full-scale kitchen offers clean, locally sourced ingredients that’ll have your tastebuds jumping for joy!

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