Seattle locals love their coffee and they aren’t afraid to show it. Where else would you find an annual competitive event called “Coffee Fest?” Seattle is also birthplace to that now world-dominating coffee brand – Starbucks (yes, at one point in time, Starbucks was just a Seattle gleam in Jerry Baldwin, Zev Siegl and Gordon Bowker’s eyes!) If you plan to visit Seattle, consider this your guide for “how to drink coffee like a local” and have the real Seattle cafe experience.
3 Coffee Brewing Models — All Seattle Born and Bred
Locally Roasted Beans
The Landmark Cafes of Seattle
The Drive-Through Coffee Culture
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