Stumptown Coffee Roasters
5位当地人推荐 · 预估价格为2级，最高4级 ·
Absolutely love this place. Located adjacent to the Ace Hotel it's a hip, fun coffee place to hang out. If you get the Nitro, be prepared to be wide-eyed for the rest of the day.
“Our favorite coffee spot, the roasts are amazing, the blends will wake you up, and they offer multiple different styles of prep. Pro tip: try the shakerato!”
“Coffee, pastries, breakfast dishes, lunch, and sweets through mid-afternoon. Wine, beer, and liquor to-go.”
“Beauregard-Keyes House, 1113 Chartres Street in the Quarter, Monday to Saturday from 10am-3pm. Landmark home of prominent 19th century New Orleans figures featuring a large mansion, courtyard, gardens, & antique collection. Featured in the 1970s film Mandingo, & many others. www.bkhouse.org”
“Experience pre-civil war life and customs of affluent Europeans and Creoles along the river with beautiful exquisite architectural details of houses built by slaves. ”
“THE STORY BEHIND FRENCH TRUCK French Truck Coffee was inspired by a bag of coffee brought to me in 2009 by a cousin from San Francisco. The coffee had been roasted only two days before I made a cup, and drinking it was an experience I will never forget. It opened my eyes to a concept that is at the core of all good food: use the best, freshest ingredients you can, treat them properly, serve them immediately, and the results will always be better than mass-produced. We buy the best beans we can find, roast them in small batches, and get them to you promptly. Your coffee’s roast date is right on the bag so you know exactly how fresh your coffee is. Thank you for supporting our mission to serve the best small-batch, fresh-roasted coffee! -Geoffrey Meeker, Owner”