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  • Dining

    7 Spots To Try for National Coffee Day

    By Seven Staff

    Since your your social media feeds are likely being flooded with corporate mermaids, we decided to spotlight some of our favorite local bean peddlers.

  • Video

    Scenes From Vesta Coffee Roasters’ Latte Throwdown

    By Amber Sampson

    Cool shit goes down in DTLV all the time, and Vesta Coffee Roasters' latte throwdown on April 13 was no exception.

  • Just a Sip

    Le Thai Owners Prepare Vesta Coffee Roasters for a November Opening

    By Al Mancini

    The space will also serve as a coffee shop where guests can relax, enjoy a cup or two of the product and sample food from a limited menu.

  • Just a Sip

    Makers & Finders to Start Serving Alcohol

    By John Carr

    The Main Street restaurant and coffeehouse plan to start serving booze and stay open later beginning January 2017.

  • the most fabulous thing

    Starling and the Wizard’s Cup

    By Charlie Starling

    In which your nerdy showgirl apparates to Henderson’s Harry Potter-themed Bad Owl Coffee

  • Dining

    Wake Up and Smell the Cold Coffee

    By Marisa Finetti, Kirk Peterson Certified Sommelier

    Ready-to-drink single-serving versions are perfect for when you’re on the go, but which will you choose—traditional iced coffee or the increasingly popular cold brew?

  • Drinking

    The C Word

    By Xania V. Woodman

    In which we clear up some international coffee confusion.

  • Dining

    Found: Latin Cuisine, Well-Made

    By Al Mancini

    I don’t think I’ve ever finished a full cup of java. So that left me hard-pressed for something to contribute to our coffee issue. Fortunately, I discovered Makers & Finders Coffee, and I love it—not for its coffee (be it siphon, Moka pot, French or AeroPress), but for its atmosphere and its food.

  • Drinking

    The Perfect Cup

    By Xania V. Woodman

    To watch Social House barista Jonah Vongdala toil over the intricate designs in his silken latte foams is to watch a craftsman at work. But while the 26-year-old self-proclaimed coffee fanatic from Hawaii is perfectly at home in the driver’s seat of Social House’s La Marzocco—“the Bentley of espresso machines,” he calls it—the real horsepower comes from the Bonmac Hikari siphon coffee system, one of six of the Japanese imports operating in the U.S. and the first in Nevada.

  • Drinking

    The Perks

    By Xania V. Woodman

    Nicaragua Rio Coco: A mild, single-origin coffee. Like all of True Beans’ specialty coffees it is 100 percent organic, roasted in an environmentally friendly way in Long Beach, Calif., and either Fair Trade- or Rainforest Alliance-certified. Nose: strong citrus fruit zest up front with mild, wild nut essences. Palate: familiar and homey with a sweet honey finish.  Related story

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