Great Brews

13 Places To Get Your Coffee (and Wi-Fi) Fix

By Laurnie Wilson - November 2013

Great Brews

13 Places To Get Your Coffee (and Wi-Fi) Fix

By Laurnie Wilson - November 2013

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Baltimore Coffee and Tea

This certified organic roaster has a huge array of coffees and teas to please every palate.
9 W. Aylesbury Rd., Timonium, 410-561-1080.

Cafe Latte’da

You’ll find coffee and pastries in an eclectic and relaxing atmosphere.
1704 Aliceanna St., 410-342-7474.

Charmington’s

High ceilings and lots of seating provide ample opportunity to enjoy a made-to-order sandwich or a house-made pastry with your drink. Free Wi-Fi available except from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
2601 N. Howard St., 410-235-5004.

Common Ground

Meander down The Avenue to this cozy spot, with house-made options for break–fast and lunch.
819 W. 36 St., 410-235-5533.

Daily Grind

At this conveniently located Fells Point staple, you can grab a mocha and other drinks with a sandwich while enjoying the free waterfront view.
1720 Thames St., 410-558-0399.

Dooby’s Coffee

Sticky Bun Sunday draws a crowd, but you can enjoy other house-made pastries and sandwiches any day of the week at the shop’s pop-up space called The Hatch.
4 W. Madison St., 410-702-5144.

The Evergreen

The breakfast sandwiches and gelato are reasons to stop by and enjoy a cup of joe.
501 W. Cold Spring Ln., 410-235-8118.

The Filling Station

Enjoy your coffee in the backyard seating area of this quaint, off-the-beaten-path shop.
14910 York Rd., Sparks, 410-771-0006.

High Grounds Coffee Roasters

With the goal of building 100 orphanages, this coffee shop gives you a philanthropic buzz. Ask to see how they roast their beans on-site.
3201 Eastern Ave., 410-342-7611.

LAMILL Coffee

The pastry happy hour, daily from 3-5 p.m., is a perfect excuse to enjoy a snack and a cup of coffee.
200 International Dr., Four Seasons Hotel, 410-576-5800.

Ma Petite Choux

Boasting an array of baked goods, house-made salads, coffee, tea, and other beverages, this newcomer is worth a visit for mostly carryout. A few tables are available on the porch for lingerers. Wi-Fi not available.
830 W. 36 St., 410-235-3442.

Spro Coffee

With seven different brew methods, this is an establishment for every kind of coffee lover. Wi-Fi not available.
851 W. 36th St., 410-243-1262.

Zeke’s Coffee

This small-batch roastery sells coffee throughout the state, but the relaxed atmosphere and delectable treats make visiting the Lauravillle cafe a must.
4607 Harford Rd., 410-254-0122.





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