Buzz-worthy Coffee Spots in Greater Zion

The Best Spots for Your Caffeine Fix

You’re likely to have a favorite coffee spot at home, but when you’re traveling to Greater Zion, you’re sure to find a fabulous (temporary) replacement. Here’s the list of top coffee stops to get you buzzing on caffeine – whether that’s in the morning or for a mid-day pick-me-up. Explore their non-caffeine options too for lemonades, smoothies and even breakfast or sweet treats.

Dutch Bros Coffee
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Dutch Bros. Coffee

New to the area, they’ve already made a caffeine splash with their friendly customer service and vast menu. Find every kind of espresso concoction, lemonade, tea, and more. Insider tip: browse their menu online prior to hitting the drive-thru to know all your options.

River Rock Roasting Co
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River Rock Roasting Company

Their coffee loves you. And you’ll love their self-roasted coffee, along with the views. Pair your java with a baked good, quiche or breakfast sandwich. And your later-day second dose of caffeine or smoothie pairs well with pizza or salad. A perfect stop on the way to Zion.

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Perks! Coffee, Espresso & Smoothies

Several Perks! dot Greater Zion and each offers the same craveable espresso drinks and coffee. Their specialty drinks include favorites like Chunky Monkey and Pure Bliss. The store locations have breakfast and lunch covered with scrambles, pastries, sandwiches, wraps and salads.

Beans and Brews
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Beans & Brews

Known across Utah and based in Salt Lake, there’s just one Beans & Brews in Greater Zion, but they’re worth seeking out. Try a Mr. B’s (iced or piping hot) or a big ole Revolver packed with white cocoa and six shots of espresso. That’ll keep you revved all day!

Feel Love Coffee
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FeelLove Coffee

They say there’s magic in every cup, and they’re not wrong. So many choices of mochas, lattes, infused water and lemonades, and even mélanges – and further options for milks or nut milks. An extensive food menu provides vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options. Eat in their darling shops or take it to go. 

Deep Creek Coffee
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Deep Creek Coffee Company

Located in Springdale, Deep Creek coffee pairs well with any adventure. Founded by a husband and wife pair with a passion for coffee and adventure, they offer coffee, tea, and espresso staples, but also local specials including a lavender mocha or spiced maple latte, and wellness concoctions. Nitro cold brew, kombucha and ice tea on tap too.

Bear Paw Café

The go-to place for waffles, French toast, eggs benedict and more favorites for over 25 years, Bear Paw’s breakfast has to include a drip coffee, espresso drink, hot chocolate (with sprinkles!), smoothie or other creative beverage. 

Affagato West
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The Crepêry

Yes, it’s a crepe shop – with a huge variety of both savory and sweet ones, plus salads – but the coffee and espresso selections are stars as well.  With or without a French pancake, their coffee can be hot, iced or blended and they do have milk substitutes.

Blues Katz Rock n’ Roll Grill

Not a traditional coffee shop, but they were the first coffee roaster in Southern Utah and still formulate some of the best lattes formulating some of the best today. Try a dirty chai latte or a raspberry mocha. Real fruit smoothies too. All available through the drive-thru or in-house.

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Caffe Elevato

This fun and funky establishment will satisfy your appetite for all things caffeine, cuisine and community. Pair any and all of your favorite coffee, tea or energy drinks with their wide (and healthy) selection of breakfast and lunch dishes. If you can, enjoy your drink while playing a board game from their extensive collection or attending one of their many evening events featuring chess, poetry, karaoke, trivia, open mic night and more.

The Coffee Club

Located south of St. George, on the way to and from the airport, The Coffee Club provides 360-degree views of the desert, stretching from Sand Mountain to the Arizona Strip. This family-owned-and-operated spot is neighbors with Sidecar Cafe, where you can grab a meal to accompany your delicious coffee. Soak in the vintage, eclectic atmosphere while you indulge in your favorite coffee or tea.

Visit Greater Zion’s Dining page to find more on restaurants and food across the area!