new orleans best coffee shops (according to me)

best-coffee-shops-in-new-orleans-by-myseastory-5somehow, when we moved to new orleans, i began to develop a liking for coffee, ok, bordering obsession. honestly, i don’t think my palate is developed enough to be able to describe the different coffees, roasts and origins, but i can tell if i like them or not. and it began making a difference, i no longer wanted to have coffee in just any coffee shop, i wanted to go to specific spots. and to think that i used to have an obsession for starbucks…

these were my top coffee shops in new orleans and i would definitely recommend (in no particular order) –

mojo coffee house (pictured above) – very new orlean, a no frills spot to enjoy whilst getting some work done, located on freret and on magazine street

best-coffee-shops-in-new-orleans-by-myseastory-1french truck – the coolest coffee shop (so instagramable) and super friendly staff, located on magazine street and now at the new dryades market

best-coffee-shops-in-new-orleans-by-myseastory-3district coffee – my favorite coffee shop overall, the coffee is always good and same for the treats, hello donut heaven, both locations on opposite ends of magazine street

best-coffee-shops-in-new-orleans-by-myseastory-2sólo espresso – located in the bywater, these cozy spot serves one of my first coffees loves, panther coffee roasted in miami

best-coffee-shops-in-new-orleans-by-myseastory-4revelator coffee – my favorite for their coffee, i like their sleek aesthetic too, located in the central business district

also, watch out for stumptown coffee scheduled to open soon at the new ace hotel!

did i miss out on any other spots? i would love to know!

fourth picture from here, all others by me

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feb16-instaa short & sweet post today – last month in new orleans and there was still so much to do… at the same time so busy organizing, packing, and making sure the move runs smoothly (for the sake of tantrums). will be taking it easy these following weeks, i might’ve learned a few things from our last move. also, julia is more aware of what is going on, so hopefully that’ll help. will miss nola and the friendliest people we met during these last few months. we had a short stay but new orleans is indeed a very special city and will always have a place in our hearts.

ps – i’ll be sharing a few pictures from our last days in the city, in the mean time click here for all new orleans posts so far.