By Laura Serino

Published on January 17, 2017

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Photography by The Coffee Fox

The Coffee Fox

When the temperatures rise in Savannah, seek some solace in a mason jar of cold brew at The Coffee Fox, south of Forsyth Park. If you’re trying to lay off the caffeine, try their Horchata, a sweetened milk served over ice. For cranking out some work on your laptop, grab a table or rocking chair upstairs, or enjoy the weather on the enclosed patio.

102 W. Broughton Street

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Photography by Mate Factor Cafe

Mate Factor Cafe

Come for the organic yerba mate, but stay for the sweet rolls. Pick a booth by the window and enjoy watching the hubbub along Habersham. If you’re too full to try the banana bread, we recommend taking a loaf to go.

401 East Hall Street

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Photography by L.A. Reno via The Sentient Bean

The Sentient Bean

Not only does this vegetarian restaurant serve up a mean cup of fair trade joe, it’s also a great place to hang out late night when Savannah’s most talented come out to perform on open mic nights.

13 East Park Avenue

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Photography by Collins Quarter Cafe

Collins Quarter Cafe’s Coffee Window

Although Collins Quarter is on many a must-try list for dining out in Savannah, their coffee window is the best kept secret for ordering a gourmet cup to go. Pick up a flat white, and take it on a nice walk along the river. If you’ve got the time to hang for awhile, it’ll be hard to choose between the coffee and cocktail menus.

151 Bull Street

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Photography by Savannah Coffee Roasters

Savannah Coffee Roasters

A true staple among the local coffee scene, Savannah Coffee have been roasting beans since 1909. Try the customer favorite Good & Evil Coffee Blend, a collaboration between their master roaster and Clint Eastwood when he was in town filming “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.”

215 W. Liberty Street

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Photography by The Gallery Espresso

The Gallery Espresso

There’s a nook for every need at this coffee shop, filled with an eclectic mix of vintage chairs and reading-ready couches. This cafe stays true to its name and showcases fine art throughout with a spotlight on local artists. It’s a favorite among both locals and tourists and artists and collectors alike.

234 Bull Street