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Whether you’re looking for a Sunday morning pick-me-up, a place to relax, or somewhere to get together with a friend, a local coffee shop is always the way to GO! Here are a few of our favorite coffee shops in Twin Falls.
Twin Beans Coffee Company
Not only is this local spot a must whenever you’re in downtown, it’s in a really cool historic building as well. Twin Beans Coffee Co is located in the old Crowley’s building on Main Ave, and has such awesome character. Their cozy atmosphere is just one of the things we love about this stop on our list. Their coffee is roasted in-house every day, and they serve freshly made salads, sandwiches, and delicious crepes. They also host fun events like live music, beer and wine tastings, clubs, gatherings, and more!
Java Twin Falls
Java is one of those places that’s been around forever, and absolutely everyone loves it. It’s filled with memories, old friends, and of course, great coffee. It’s a place where people gather, and always feels like home. From their fan favorite ‘Bowl of Soul’ to their freshly baked goods and delicious breakfast and lunch menu, you really can’t go wrong. It’s the perfect place to cozy up as this weather keeps getting cooler!
Yellow Brick Cafe
Another downtown Twin Falls favorite of ours is Yellow Brick Cafe. Something unique to YBC, is everything they use is locally sourced. From their coffee, to their cuisine, and everything in between, every product served is of the highest quality. At Yellow Brick Cafe, Doma Coffee is brewed daily, and their fresh pressed juices are to die for. Their main focus is helping our community stay successful, healthy, and happy. Not only do they support local businesses, but they also support local talent with live music nights, and open mics. If you’re looking to really keep it local, YBC is the place to go!
So what are you waiting for? Grab a friend and GO! out to one of these awesome local places.
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