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Las Vegas has certainly earned its place as one of the best cities for foodies, but what many tourists visiting don’t know is that the Las Vegas coffee scene is bursting with a wide variety of amazing shops to grab a drink at.

From local coffee shops, to famous cafes that have found their home in the heart of Las Vegas, we’re going to take a look at some of the best coffee shops and cafes that you have to try out on your next trip.

1. Bungalow Coffee Co.

Located in the Downtown Arts District, Bungalow Coffee Co. offers premium coffee and handcrafted specialty drinks that will keep you coming back. As soon as you enter, you’ll be greeted by a spacious and bright environment, perfect for studying or eating a quick lunch before exploring Fremont Street.

What makes Bungalow Coffee Co. a favorite among visitors is the care every barista brings into creating their drinks, whether you’re ordering a standard black coffee, or one of their specialty lattes like their bungalow matcha, or their rosemary latte.

In addition to their delicious coffee, Bungalow also offers a variety of pastries and food like a deluxe croissant sandwich with egg and avocado, or a salmon lox toast that is absolutely delicious. 

2. The Writer’s Block 

Another option located in Downtown Las Vegas, The Writer’s Block is an independent bookstore and coffee shop that has something for everyone. From the moment you enter, you’re greeted by greenery and artificial birds that give the shop a special touch. 

For those that live nearby, there’s always something fun going on at The Writer’s Block. You can enjoy a cup of coffee and take part in the book clubs and various workshops that are offered. 

From pour-overs to specialty drinks like strawberry matcha or honey cinnamon latte, they offer a wide selection of coffee and tea-based drinks. Many visitors also rave about their pastries, especially their cranberry orange muffin!

3. Dandelion Chocolate

Located in The Venetian lobby, Dandelion Chocolate is a chocolate and coffee shop that is absolutely to die for. Everything at Dandelion revolves around their single-origin chocolate, and after one sip, you’ll be hooked.

Those who don’t want caffeine can enjoy drinks like a frozen hot chocolate with cocoa nib whipped cream or a smoothie made with cocoa fruit! Coffee lovers can enjoy options like a spicy mission mocha or the marocchino, which is their standard drinking chocolate with a double espresso. 

4. Mothership Coffee Roasters

If you’re looking for delicious coffee and snacks at a local chain, mothership coffee roasters is the place to go. While there are a few locations throughout the Las Vegas area, we love the one in downtown Las Vegas. 

Located inside the Ferguson’s Motel, the coffee shop immediately has a unique ambiance from the moment you walk in. The coffee shop has plenty of seating, from bar stools where you can watch the baristas at work, or couches that you can curl up on.

Mothership offers a wide variety of options for drinks including their staple offerings such as their bourbon vanilla latte, or seasonal offerings. One of their most beloved seasonal options is their monthly ‘Sip With Purpose’ drink, where all of the proceeds go to a monthly charity of the shop’s choice. 

5. Urth Caffe

For amazing coffee in a classic sit-down cafe, make sure you stop by the Urth Caffe. Located in Wynn Las Vegas, this coffee shop has something for everyone, no matter what they’re in the mood for.

If you are in the mood for something special, their Honey Vanilla Latte is a delicious treat of a drink. If you’re just looking for something to help start the day, we recommend their Rude Awakening, which is a dark roast coffee with espresso poured on top. And if tea is your preference, we suggest giving their Green Rose Latte a try, which is a mix of matcha and Earl Grey with pink rose and oat milk.

Urth Caffe is also very friendly to anyone with dietary restrictions, clearly marking what offerings are 100% plant-based, gluten-free, vegan/vegetarian, or may contain pork. This makes it all the more inviting to have brunch here, where you can order anything from an Acai Sorbet Waffle to a Huevos Rancheros Pizza.

6. Aroma Barista Bar

Aroma Barista Bar is a hidden gem coffee shop that is just a 15 minute drive from the rest of the strip. Featuring a wide array of both coffee and tea drinks, pastries, and a friendly atmosphere, this is certain to become a favorite spot for many locals and visitors alike. 

For those who enjoy coffee, Aroma offers both iced and hot options including an irish cream cold brew with a soft top and brown sugar topping, or a hazelnut twist, which includes hazelnut syrup, honey, and a dash of cinnamon on top.

For those looking for something other than coffee, Aroma has plenty of options! From a variety of matcha drinks to Italian sodas, everyone is sure to find something they like. 

7. Vesta Coffee Roasters

Vesta Coffee Roasters is one the leading coffee shops in the Las Vegas scene. With a roastery on site at the Arts District location, you can feel certain knowing you’re getting some of the freshest coffee in town. In addition to their Arts District location, Vesta is also available at the Durango resort, boasting two locations on the property.

Whether you’re looking for a quick energy boost from one of their fresh espressos, or wanting to indulge yourself in one of their specialty lattes like hazelnut-maple or macadamia-almond, Vesta is sure to become one of your go-tos.

8. 3940 Coffee and Tea

Located at Delano Las Vegas, 3940 Coffee and Tea offers a great way to start the day. The coffee shop has a super cozy feel from the moment you walk in. The menu is filled with both classic latte options, and unique offerings like a birthday cake latte. 

Additionally, a wide selection of pastries and breakfast sandwiches are available, with the blueberry crumble muffin being a favorite of many customers. The baristas are incredibly friendly and always willing to help customers with any questions they may have. The atmosphere is inviting, and the prices are reasonable.

9. Tra Viet Coffee & Tea

If you’re looking for fantastic Vietnamese coffee on the strip, Tra Viet Coffee & Tea is the perfect spot. You can enjoy a range of drinks at this coffee and boba shop located in The Venetian. Besides offering hot drinks, the shop sells cold drinks in a cup with a can-like lid, making them extremely portable.

There are a few different coffee drinks, including a viet coffee float with vanilla ice cream, or the brown sugar boba latte topped with creme. As well as traditional Vietnamese coffee. Included in the hot drinks is a hot version of Vietnamese coffee, and a hot chocolate egg creme.

For those who want to enjoy some of the other drinks, they offer a number of milk and flower teas, as well as flavored lemonades like lychee, passion fruit, and their lava lemonade with coconut and strawberry flavoring. 

10. Cafe Lola

Undoubtedly one of the pinkest cafes in Las Vegas, Cafe Lola is hard to miss and even harder to forget. Located in The Forum Shops at Caesar Palace, Cafe Lola offers an elevated menu in a refined venue that is perfect for celebrating a special occasion or simply for giving yourself a well-earned treat.

The fanciest item on their menu has to be the 24K Gold Creme Brulee latte, which is topped with whipped cream and flakes of 24K gold, but their signature Vanilla Rose Latte is just as amazing. For the young ones they also have drinks tailor-made for kids, including a Shark Bite Cooler and a Unicorn Hot Chocolate.

If you have time to spend a while in the cafe, Cafe Lola has a full brunch menu including a wide variety of delicious pastries. They are also a licensed establishment, and offer a flight of different mimosa for anyone looking for a twist in their afternoon drinks.