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  • Daily Grind

    317 Main St. S. Stillwater, MN 55082
    651-430-3207

  • The Depot Coffee House

    The Depot Coffee House

    9451 Excelsior Blvd. Hopkins, MN 55343
    952-938-2204

    http://www.thedepotcoffeehouse.com The Depot Coffee House in Hopkins is housed in an old train depot and run by local students. The coffee shop serves organic and Fair Trade coffee as well as snacks and ice cream in a relaxed, casual environment. The venue also hosts many open mic nights and live music events throughout the week, as well as art showings by many area artists. Its location right next to the Hopkins bike path also makes it a popular stop for cyclists. More >>

  • Dogwood Coffee

    Dogwood Coffee

    3001 Hennepin Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55408
    612-824-1240

    http://www.dogwoodcoffee.com

  • Dunn Brothers Coffee

    Dunn Brothers Coffee

    1569 Grand Ave. St. Paul, MN 55105
    651-698-0618

    http://www.dunnbros.com Dunn Bros. has grown to be one of the biggest local coffeehouse chains in the Twin Cities Metro, and the Grand Avenue location is where it all started. Free wi-fi, live music, patio seating and their special coffee blends make this a popular hangout for nearby Macalester students. More >>

  • Dunn Bros Coffee

    120 Elton Hills Drive NW Rochester, MN 55901
    507-285-4991

    http://www.dunnbros.com

  • Dunn Bros Coffee

    201 3rd Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55401

  • Dunn Bros. Coffee

    Dunn Bros. Coffee

    2814 W. 43rd St. Minneapolis, MN 55410
    612-925-5669

    http://www.dunnbros.com They’re a coffee chain, yes, but because each of their stores are individually owned and operated, they’re the least chain-y of all the coffee chains. That’s why the Dunn Bros. on Grand Ave. near the Macalester campus (that’s the original store) has a completely different feel than the one in Anoka (which serves wine and beer, by the way). 25 years ago, when Dunn Bros. started, they were the only company of their kind that was committed to finding the highest-quality beans possible and roasting them in-house. As coffee house culture evolved, Dunn Bros. was at the forefront of the movement to responsibly source coffee and offer customers beans and blends from different regions, each with unique character. Their espresso drinks are always strong and never too sweet; their cold press (available in growlers during the summer) has perfectly balanced acidity; and you won’t get a scoff or a sidelong glance if you order something with soy milk like you do a some other local coffee spots. They’ve recently added their Provisions Bakery concept to several stores, so morning coffee can easily turn into afternoon pizza (yes), sandwich, or salad. More >>

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