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  • Jennifer Hart

The Yum List - Coffee Shops, Las Vegas

COFFEE SHOPS - LAS VEGAS, NEVADA My favorites at the moment. Check back for more adds from time to time I will add more. They are in no particular order because they're all wonderful! Public Us (E. Fremont) This coffee bar is eclectic, and when inside, it gives off a distinct Seattle vibe. The coffee is good, and the pastries are excellent. They serve a full brunch menu all day as well. Gabby (China Town) Coined "the secret coffee shop." Their dorr is a large wooden unmarked facade so you can find it pretty quickly. The decor is quirky and fun, with lots of little things to explore. Most importantly, the coffee is so good. They also have several baked goods and brunch food options. Vesta (Arts District) Vesta is one of my favorite shops in Vegas. They roast their beans on-site. You can pick up a bag there. The coffee is so flavorful, and the atmosphere is all you want from a small coffee shop on the corner. They also have a small menu with pastries and brunch items. Makers & Finders (Arts District) The coffee is good here, but the outdoor patio and the food are outstanding. Perfect for people watching and brunching with a few travel buddies. Dutch Bros (E. Trop & Blue Diamond) Yes, I know they are a chain, but they are quirky and delicious with the best customer service, so they make my list. If you go, make sure you ask about their newest sticker design. They're free and adorable!

Public Works (Henderson, Water St.)

This coffee shop is technically not in Las Vegas. It's in the valley, though. I grew up in Henderson. There was nothing like this coffee shop when I was growing up. Lol. So, I had to include it. Modern, tasty, and full of a friendly atmosphere in an area that's rapidly becoming a cool place to be in Henderson.


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