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Montco's Cafes & Coffee Shops

The best of caffeine, croissants, and coziness

There's nothing better than a steaming cup of joe or an ice cold latte to start your day (or keep your day going) on the right foot. Here in Montgomery County, there are endless options to find your favorite caffeine fix. We've narrowed it down to our top nine.

Be Well Bakery & Cafe

Be Well Bakery & Cafe

Huntingdon Valley

Be Well Bakery & Cafe is known for their creative breakfast and lunch options as well as their large variety of bakery items including many gluten free options. They are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner 7 days a week.

Blossom Cafe



Wake up and smell the roses while enjoying a cup of coffee or tea. Nestled inside Floral & Hardy, Blossom serves specialty coffee and tea from Philadelphia's own La Colombe. Stop by Tuesday through Thursday for a bite of their Flowerpot Muffin signature treat.

Coffee being made

Brewed Awakening


Swing by Brewed Awakening for breakfast, and stay for lunch at this comfortable and cozy spot perfect for when working from home needs a scenery change. The butterscotch praline latte paired with a tater tot waffle is a great way to start your stay, and if you stay past 11:30 am, you will find the menu switch to delicious lunch sandwich options. And if coffee isn’t your thing, check out the micro brewed teas from peach apricot to sencha green.




This cozy Conshy café offers unique hot drinks (think piña Colada blends, honey lavender lattes, and horchata) in addition to quality coffee and pastries. Stop by for a morning pick-me-up, or settle in to get some work done—they have free Wi-Fi and outlets available.

Pie from Pie and Plate Cafe



What began as an award-winning dessert food truck is now Pie and Plate Café, tucked into a historic building in Ambler. With savory and sweet options from cheddar quiche to chocolate crack pie, Pie and Plate makes the perfect slice to serve up at any event. What better way to pair a flaky, buttery crust than with a cup of locally-sourced coffee or tea? Perhaps a scoop of specialty ice cream.

Steel City Coffee Pour



With soups, salads, sandwiches and a killer breakfast menu, Steel City Coffee House has you covered. Especially if you want to try Hobo Ed’s Artisan Coffee. You know you want to try this uniquely named and even more uniquely sourced blend (ethically and sustainably that is). And while you're around, Steel City also specializes in hand-crafted beers available for purchase.

Valerio Coffee Roasters

Valerio Coffee Roastery & Cafe


Valerio is a small micro roaster of Fair Trade, organic, single origin specialty coffees grown in some really cool places. Try beans from Sumatra, Honduras, Peru and more to explore tastes around the globe. Valerio's dedication to quality coffee is apparent in every sip. They also run a cafe which serves everything from bagels & quiche to paninis & pasta salad.

Interior of Wake Coffee

Wake Coffee

Ambler and Flourtown

Wake serves up specialty coffee without all the frills. With beans roasted in small batches, Wake’s goal is to perfect each and every cup of coffee they send out into the world. Stop by their Ambler or Flourtown location to get a taste of their special blends crafted into delicious drinks, or pick up grounds to use in your daily coffee.

Lattes from White Horse Cafe



White Horse Coffee and Creamery is the perfect café for the whole family with rich complex roasted coffee for the grown-ups and creamy delicious ice cream to please the kids (or the adults. We don’t judge, especially when the ice cream is this good). Order from their themed signature menu with specialty ice creams and coffees named after famous white horses. Pop in for the Milton, a caramel mocha topped with whipped cream, caramel drizzle, and flaked sea salt for a coffee treat. Or indulge in The Snowman, a vanilla soft serve with graham cracker crumbles, chocolate sauce, and toasted marshmallow.