Las Vegaas sure knows how to drink coffee. Eight new coffee shops brewed up new concoctions and classic go-to drinks across Las Vegas and Henderson. Here’s a look at some of the more interesting coffee shops that recently opened.Read More
New Coffee Shops to Try in Las Vegas Right Now
Eight new coffee shops to add to your drinking agenda
1. DrinkLab Cafe
DrinkLab Cafe features an airy, modern light wood interior for its menu of beverages, paninis, and waffle creations. Coffee choices include Bullet Butter Coffee, cortados and lattes with the option of Cuban or beehive flavors. The restaurant also serves cold brews, Vietnamese coffee, and a full range of milk teas, milk shakes, and smoothies. Diners can order panini, including avocado toast, tuna melt, and turkey artichoke options.A main attraction is the waffle stick, served with dips of Nutella, maple, or honey cinnamon, plus stuffed sticks filled with fruit and larger desserts upgraded with ice cream, such as the matcha madness featuring three waffle sticks, matcha ice cream, wafers, and matcha and chocolate drizzle.
2. Mothership Coffee Roasters
Mothership Coffee Roasters opened its third location in Las Vegas inside Fergusons Downtown with a roster of ethically sourced brews and house-made pastries. The menu features a matcha rose croissant, vegan cinnamon roll, and ham and Gruyere pillow, as well as newcomers such as A Picnic Basket with a choice of pastries, charcuterie boards, sandwiches, coffee, and frosé. New frosé and beer slushy options include the coconut banana stout slushy, sarsaparilla beer slushy, cucumber lime tea frosé, and the farmer’s market strawberry frosé. Wine and local beers from CraftHaus, Bad Beat, and Tenaya Creek are also pouring.
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3. The Jolt Coffee Co.
The Jolt Coffee Co. sits inside The Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada’s downtown location, a sequel to the eastside’s popular Tiabi Coffee & Waffle Bar. The counter-service restaurant is open to everyone, not just visitors to The Center. In addition to the caffeine-packed options, The Jolt serves a full collection of beverages, including a pistachio latte, the coconut cooler made with cane sugar, green tea, and lemonade and the caramel monkey frappe, prepared with a banana, cream, coffee, and caramel sauce. Featuring vegan and gluten-free dishes, a potato chowder and salads, the main attraction is a collection of “toasted sammies,” described as “happy melty experience” served on multi-grain or ciabatta bread.
4. Black Rock Coffee Bar
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Oregon-based Black Rock Coffee Bar serves a menu of premium beverages and locally sourced quick bites. The neighborhoo” focused coffee shop features a 295-square-foot patio and the convenience of a drive-thru. Black Rock designed the space with warm wood accents, Edison bulb lamps, and space for Las Vegas-branded merchandise. The menu includes coffee, local pastries, bagels, energy drinks, milkshakes, smoothies, and juice.
5. The Coffee Class
Newcomer the Coffee Class has its own coffee concierge, as well as online ordering and a rewards program for repeat visitors. The shop features a La Marzocco GB5 espresso machine, and partnered with LA’s City Bean Roasters to boost its drip and pour over selections, lattes, and cold brew or nitro beverages. Customers can also order a full roster of pastries, savory choices, and desserts.
6. Classic Rock Coffee Co.
Las Vegas, NV 89183
Classic Rock Coffee Co. offers creative spins on beverages and small dishes in a setting designed to turns the heads of any music fan. The rock-themed coffee shop features an interior filled with memorabilia and musical instruments mounted on the wall. The interior features an Abbey Road-inspired mural with The Beatles all carrying cups of coffee, and a framed tribute to the 1969 Woodstock music festival. The menu includes coffee, frappes, smoothies, protein shakes, pastries, and anytime breakfast options.
7. Daniel's Coffee & More
Las Vegas, NV 89183
With its bright orange frontage, Daniel’s Coffee & More is easy to spot on Silverado Ranch Boulevard, now serving La Colombe Coffee inside its roomy and airy interior, or via its drive-thru window. The 2,000-square-foot coffee shop includes a neon tree sculpture, leafy green design accents, and another neon sign spelling out the company motto, “No Drama, Just Coffee.” On the menu, a full range of ice or hot coffees, teas, and sparkling lavender lemonade, plus snacks of pastries, bagels, croissants and breakfast burritos. And on the secret menu, an ultra smooth Japanese flash brew made from a single origin Ethiopian blend.
8. Dark Moon Coffee Roasters
Family-owned and operated Dark Moon Coffee Roasters features a coffee shop and roasting facility at the Maryland and Eastern Shopping Center. The 1,600-square-foot space even offers alcoholic drinks, along with espresso, lattes, cortados (espresso mixed with steamed half and half), and cold brew options.
Flavor-conscious choices include global pour over imports from Peru, Ethiopia, Sumatra, Colombia, and Guatemala, as well as exotic teas including Jasmine Pearl, Assam Gold, a fruity plum oolong, and a smooth matcha drink.