Tinderbox Coffee Roasters

Located in the heart of Downtown Aberdeen, you’ll find this coffee shop that recently relocated from their original home in Westport. Serving up a full menu of espresso drinks, lemonade, smoothies and tea plus locally baked treats from the bakery a few doors down makes this the perfect stop for a caffeine and sugar refueling.

There’s space to sit with friends plus a conference room in back. They occasionally host events, performances and pop-up shops as well.

Parking: Street parking. Or park across the street in the corner lot, free and owned by the city.

Tinderbox Coffee

All Wrapped Up

The shop may be tiny, but their scones and baked goods have a large reputation! Grab your drink to-go and take a hike at nearby Lake Sylvia or grab a seat and watch the action as the baristas serve up drinks.

Parking: Street Parking, 2 hour maximum. Make sure you don’t park too long, because the city will give you a ticket! (Learn from my mistake)

All Wrapped Up

Luna Rana

This quaint little stop is the perfect break for those heading into Grays Harbor on Highway 101. After traversing through the winding roads and hills, you’ll need a coffee to perk you up. Try one of their sandwiches and check out their additional gift items for sale.

Parking: Parking lot

Luna Rana Cafe

Ocean Beach Roasters

Much more than just a coffee shop, this spot serves up espresso drinks, beer, wine and food in an A-Frame building that allows for plenty of space to hang on your own or with a group of friends.

Parking: Parking lot, though it tends to get filled up quickly!

Ocean Beach Roasters

Rip Tide Coffee Co.

Set in the new community of Oyhut Bay, this coffee shop is set in the center of the action with a next door restaurant and bar plus nearby kayaking and ocean access a short hike away.

Parking: Plentiful along the streets or behind the building.

Rip Tide Coffee Co.

The Jitter House

Housed in a historic building in downtown Hoquiam, the Jitter House has a cozy and friendly atmosphere. The original facade, wood floors and high ceilings beckon to the past while the coffee and service might make you think you’ve traveled abroad. The cuban coffee is the star of the shop.

Parking: Street Parking.

The Jitter House

Starbucks

The tried-and-true, sorta local, coffee shop of choice. The shop is typically buzzing on weekends as the first stop for tourists coming into town. So, that means the line for the bathroom is as long as the line for coffee!

Parking: Parking lot, but it gets a little chaotic. Try not to hit anyone! And when you’re on your way out, exit into the alley as the arrows direct (though nobody follows the rules here). Another tip: on an especially busy day, park across the street at the Tractor Supply Co lot and take a short walk.

Starbucks