With our new Mill Town community in Chattanooga, we have been having a blast checking out the local businesses to see what they have to offer! If you’re like us and enjoy a good, strong cup of coffee, these places in Chattanooga are a must-try! 

Sleepyhead Coffee

This welcoming environment filled with plants and stylish décor paired with delicious coffee makes this an ideal spot to grab your cup of coffee and go or to grab a table and work or read a good book! Plus, this business even offers vegan pastries! 

Mad Priest Coffee Roasters

If you are looking for “coffee that tastes like heaven” this is your place! After you take one sip of a Mad Priest coffee, you’ll understand why this is their motto! Whether you want to sip their coffee in-house or utilize their coffee beans wholesale, this place will not disappoint! 

Mean Mug 

Whether you are on the southside or in the Northshore area you can find one of Mean Mug’s two locations. Their coffee is strong and tasty, plus they have a full menu so you can enjoy food while sipping on your delicious cup of joe. 

Rembrandt’s Coffee House 

This European-style café offers a wide variety of coffee selections and tasty pastries. The location even has a large patio, so you can enjoy your beverage inside or outside, enjoying the views of the city while listening to the songs of nearby birds. 

Velo Coffee

If you are looking for a spot that roasts, packages, brews, bottles, and serves in the same space, this is your spot! We can’t recommend this spot enough. 

These are some of our favorite coffee shops in Chattanooga so far! We’re excited to continue visiting and supporting local businesses in this area’s thriving and vibrant city


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