5 best coffee shops in Las Vegas

Whether you’re looking for a local roaster or a specially curated blend. If you’re looking for espresso, lattes, or even coffee cocktails, here are the 5 best coffee shops in Las Vegas.

Guy Savoy brioche

Start your day with an order of French sweet or savory pastries from famous chef Guy Savoy at this hotspot in Caesars Palace. Popular drinks are the café au lait, latte, cappuccino, mocha, espresso and iced coffee. Caesars Palace, caesars.com

Manufacturer & Finder

With two locations in Las Vegas, Makers & Finders charms with its coffee and espresso bars that feature everything from bulletproof coffee (Left Coast MCT oil, Kerrygold butter, and filtered coffee) to Mexican latte with Abuelita chocolate and homemade syrup five spices offer. Order one of the brunch packages – for groups of two to six people – and combine it with a coffee package when you are on the go. Arts District and Downtown Summerlin, Makerslv.com

Sambalatte

Known for its vibrant rainbow slats, Sambalatte prides itself on redefining the art of latte and offering exceptional coffee sourced from farmers in Brazil and beyond. In addition, the top-notch baristas make ordering coffee a real experience – there is even live evening entertainment. How’s that for a next level coffee shop feel? Boca Park, Molasky Center and Jones Boulevard, sambalatte.com

Urth Caffé

The Urth Caffé in the Wynn Las Vegas offers exclusive coffee blends that are available in light, medium and dark roasts, individual organic varieties, limited reserve offers and Swiss water decafs. Have a seat and make a full meal of the popular Urth Laguna breakfast – two eggs of each type, Urth potatoes, mixed mushrooms, oven-roasted tomatoes, bacon, sausage, and whole-wheat toast. A second location is expected to gain a foothold in the mixed-use development UnCommons in 2022. Wynn Las Vegas, urthcaffe.com

Vesta coffee roaster

Vesta’s freshly harvested traceable coffee has drawn locals and visitors alike to the Arts District locale since 2016. Expand your palate and try a salted pistachio latte (made with pistachio orgeat, espresso, and pistachio dust) paired with an order of his Sweet Dream toast topped with Nutella, almonds, coconut, and Maldon salt. Don’t miss the brand new store outside of Summerlin on West Sahara Avenue due to open in mid-May 2021 and which will pass through for the first time. Arts District, vestacoffee.com

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