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Where To Drink Coffee in Las Vegas Right Now

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2008_10_hasmaps.jpgHere's a look at the growing number of independent coffee houses around Las Vegas. Some have specialized brewing methods while others seem more interested in ambiance, offering meeting places, art shows, karaoke and 24-hour access to caffeine. Have a favorite not listed? Leave it in the comments.

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Avery's Coffee

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Latte, cappuccinos, mochas and espressos make the menu at this coffee shop in Village Square. Photo: Facebook

Beanz Coffee Café

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Featuring Colorado River Coffee Roasters beans, all of the coffee served here is roasted daily in small batches. Try the white mocha madness, Snickers latte or crème brulee and English toffee flavors. Photo

The Beat Coffeehouse

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This independent coffee shop features vinyl and coffee in the Emergency Arts building. It seems people here are more interested in the environment and people than the coffee, so go here to see and be seen. Photo: Flickr

The Coffee House on Water Street

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New management took over this coffee joint on Water Street in Henderson. Photo

Coo Coo’s Gourmet Coffee Cafe

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Coo Coo's features Illy coffee, blended drinks, sandwiches and wraps. Find indoor and outdoor seating and WiFi. Photo

Galaxy Cafe

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Galaxy uses Colorado’s Elevation coffee beans for their drinks. Smoothies, specialty lattes and more make the menu. Vintage memorabilia from Star Wars, Star Trek and other intergalactic shows line the walls while Space Invaders and Ms. Pac Man entertain. Photo

Grouchy John's Coffee Shop

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This bricks-and-mortar coffee shop also has a truck that hits events around town. Find specialty coffee and espresso drinks as well as lattes, cappuccinos, hot chocolate, smoothies and other flavored drinks. Photo: Facebook

Holley's Cuppa

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Holley’s Cuppa grinds the beans up on the spot and uses the pour over method to prepare coffee. Photo

Leoné Café

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One of Tivoli Village’s most bustling places is this Italian coffee shop. Photo

The Lodge Coffee House & Tavern

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Have your coffee 24 hours a day at this tavern with a woodsy interior. The place even has a drive-thru. Photo: Facebook

The Madhouse Coffee Gourmet Bakery and Sandwiches

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The 24-hour a day MadHouse features a wide range of lattes and iced coffees. Try the Michael Jackson, an espresso with white and milk chocolate and steamed milk. Photo

Perk Up Coffee Shop

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A fireplace and professional art display highlight the décor of this neighborhood coffee house. Photo

Sambalatte Torrefazione

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The original Sambalatte in Boca Park certainly caters to the discerning coffee drinker using methods such as vacuum brewing and French presses to brew beans from Ethiopia, Guatemala and Columbia. Photo: Sambalatte

Serenade Coffee Bar & Desserts

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This cute Korean coffee shop has honey toast on the menu. Live music performs every Friday at 8 p.m. Bonus: It stays open until 2 a.m. weekdays and midnight on weekends. Photo

Sunrise Coffee

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This fair-trade and organic coffee emporium features many vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free dishes. Beans here are from single estate farms, and shipped the day after roasting. Photo: Facebook

Tiabi Coffee & Waffle Bar

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Try the pumpkin pie latte or the sweet cupcake on the menu of this vegan coffee house. Photo: Tiabi

Tipsy Coffee House

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Tipsy Coffee House serves up coffee and dessert such as gluten-free cookies, “Tipsy Truffles,” pastries and croissants. Photo: Facebook

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Avery's Coffee

Latte, cappuccinos, mochas and espressos make the menu at this coffee shop in Village Square. Photo: Facebook

Beanz Coffee Café

Featuring Colorado River Coffee Roasters beans, all of the coffee served here is roasted daily in small batches. Try the white mocha madness, Snickers latte or crème brulee and English toffee flavors. Photo

The Beat Coffeehouse

This independent coffee shop features vinyl and coffee in the Emergency Arts building. It seems people here are more interested in the environment and people than the coffee, so go here to see and be seen. Photo: Flickr

The Coffee House on Water Street

New management took over this coffee joint on Water Street in Henderson. Photo

Coo Coo’s Gourmet Coffee Cafe

Coo Coo's features Illy coffee, blended drinks, sandwiches and wraps. Find indoor and outdoor seating and WiFi. Photo

Galaxy Cafe

Galaxy uses Colorado’s Elevation coffee beans for their drinks. Smoothies, specialty lattes and more make the menu. Vintage memorabilia from Star Wars, Star Trek and other intergalactic shows line the walls while Space Invaders and Ms. Pac Man entertain. Photo

Grouchy John's Coffee Shop

This bricks-and-mortar coffee shop also has a truck that hits events around town. Find specialty coffee and espresso drinks as well as lattes, cappuccinos, hot chocolate, smoothies and other flavored drinks. Photo: Facebook

Holley's Cuppa

Holley’s Cuppa grinds the beans up on the spot and uses the pour over method to prepare coffee. Photo

Leoné Café

One of Tivoli Village’s most bustling places is this Italian coffee shop. Photo

The Lodge Coffee House & Tavern

Have your coffee 24 hours a day at this tavern with a woodsy interior. The place even has a drive-thru. Photo: Facebook

The Madhouse Coffee Gourmet Bakery and Sandwiches

The 24-hour a day MadHouse features a wide range of lattes and iced coffees. Try the Michael Jackson, an espresso with white and milk chocolate and steamed milk. Photo

Perk Up Coffee Shop

A fireplace and professional art display highlight the décor of this neighborhood coffee house. Photo

Sambalatte Torrefazione

The original Sambalatte in Boca Park certainly caters to the discerning coffee drinker using methods such as vacuum brewing and French presses to brew beans from Ethiopia, Guatemala and Columbia. Photo: Sambalatte

Serenade Coffee Bar & Desserts

This cute Korean coffee shop has honey toast on the menu. Live music performs every Friday at 8 p.m. Bonus: It stays open until 2 a.m. weekdays and midnight on weekends. Photo

Sunrise Coffee

This fair-trade and organic coffee emporium features many vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free dishes. Beans here are from single estate farms, and shipped the day after roasting. Photo: Facebook

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Tiabi Coffee & Waffle Bar

Try the pumpkin pie latte or the sweet cupcake on the menu of this vegan coffee house. Photo: Tiabi

Tipsy Coffee House

Tipsy Coffee House serves up coffee and dessert such as gluten-free cookies, “Tipsy Truffles,” pastries and croissants. Photo: Facebook

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