Check out the various Downtown Milwaukee coffee shops near Streetcar Flats. Find your favorite cup of joe and let them know we sent you!
Starbucks started in Seattle, born on Pike Place Market’s cobblestone streets in 1971. The first store sold “fresh-roasted coffee beans, tea, and spices from around the world.”
The name was inspired by “Moby-Dick,” paying homage to the first seafarers and early coffee traders. Howard Schultz, a young man from New York, experienced Starbucks for the first time in 1981 before joining the company in 1982.
Starbucks’ classic green aprons wouldn’t be implemented until 1987.
Red Arrow Park, 920 N Water St, Milwaukee, WI 53202
Mon – Fri 5 AM – 6 PM, Sat & Sun 5:30 AM – 6:30 PM
Canary Coffee Bar
Canary Coffee Bar is “a new multi-roaster coffee experience in Westown Milwaukee.” If you like to be in the know, get over to the Milwaukee Rivers’ west side and see why everyone is giving this place a five-star rating!
720 N Doctor M.L.K. Jr Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53203
Mon – Fri 7 AM – 9 PM, Sat & Sun 8 AM – 9 PM
Stone Creek Coffee – The Café
Stone Creek Coffee Roasters are Milwaukee natives. Now, you can enjoy their food and beverages at the Milwaukee Public Museum!
Located on the Museum’s ground floor, there is plenty of seating and outdoor patio tables for dining al fresco when the weather allows. Call the number below to learn about the daily specials and soups!
800 W Wells St, Milwaukee, WI 53233
Floor G, Milwaukee Public Museum
Sun – Wed Closed, Thur – Sat 9:30 AM – 3 PM
Anodyne Coffee Roasting Company
Anodyne Coffee Roasting Company is a small-batch roaster established in 1999 and remains locally owned. They focus on offering “exceptional coffee” using minimal machinery and maximum experience “to ensure exact repeatable results.”
Coffee is what they do and know, and they are “dedicated to perfecting.” Drop by, pick up some coffee, and store it well (in a cool, dry spot out of light).
224 W Bruce St, Milwaukee, WI 53204
Sun 8 AM – 4 PM, Mon – Fri 7 AM – 4PM, Sat 7 AM – 3 PM
Colectivo Coffee of the Third Ward
Colectivo Coffee’s Third Ward location is across the street from the Milwaukee Public Market. Their open-air concept is a tip of the hat to the merchants that first inhabited the historic neighborhood.
The Third Ward café is unique because of its “custom windows,” which allow for a crossover of indoor and outdoor dining and bike racks. Stop by Colectivo’s Third Ward location and experience the “open-air café.”
223 E St Paul Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202
6:30 AM – 6 PM, Daily
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