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Discover the Best Coffee Shops in Dutchess County: A Java Lover’s Guide
June 26, 2023
For coffee nuts seeking the perfect brew, Dutchess County is filled with hidden treasures.
From cozy corner cafes to trendy urban hangouts, our corner of the Hudson Valley boasts a vibrant coffee culture that caters to all tastes. Whether you’re an espresso aficionado, a pour-over purist, or simply in need of a cozy spot to savor a warm cup of joe, Dutchess County’s top coffee shops have got you covered. Join us as we embark on a caffeinated journey to explore the best coffee shops in Dutchess County.
The Crafted Kup
44 Raymond Avenue, Poughkeepsie
With a flagship location next to Vassar College, and two more at Eastdale Village and the Poughkeepsie Galleria, the Crafted Kup is a longtime favorite around here. We love their locally sourced and organic drip coffee, as well as their matcha and miel (honey) lattes. The menu offers delicious pastries, savory breakfast and lunch items, and more. At the spacious Raymond Avenue location, you can settle in with a book, laptop, or friends to enjoy the cozy and artistic atmosphere.
The Poughkeepsie Grind
107 Main Street, Poughkeepsie
The Poughkeepsie Grind, located in the heart of Poughkeepsie and a block from the train station, roasts their own coffee in-house. They source a variety of coffee from Fair Trade and organic farms across the the globe. The menu’s breakfast and lunch offerings are made fresh to order. Food and drinks can be ordered online for quick pick-up. Don’t miss their rotating exhibits of local art.
All That Java
53 Broadway, Tivoli
149 Church Street, Millbrook
8 Livingston Street, Rhinebeck
With three locations in Dutchess County (and a fourth across the river in Kingston), All That Java has become a Hudson Valley staple. Their vibe is all about community and positivity, and you’re sure to feel it. You can order their specialty and seasonal drinks, along with the menu regulars, online or by text, and even pick up pots of coffee for events.
Bank Square Coffeehouse
129 Main Street, Beacon
Bank Square is everything you want in a coffee house: a cozy, sprawling space with funky antique furniture, located in an historic Beacon building. Their menu features beer in addition to coffee, tea, snacks, and lite fare. Check out their schedule of events and music, too.
3293 Franklin Avenue, Millbrook
Tucked away in the picturesque village of Millbrook, Babette’s Kitchen is a delightful café that offers more than just exceptional coffee. It serves as a cozy gathering place where locals and visitors can enjoy a cup of their expertly brewed coffee alongside homemade pastries, brunch dishes, and artisanal sandwiches. Babette’s Kitchen is is also known for its warm and inviting atmosphere, complete with a fireplace and comfy seating.
Are you perked up yet? We hope these coffee havens become a part of your Dutchess County lifestyle.