Whether you need a midday pick me up or a late night booster. This guide is helpful for finding the best locally owned coffee shops around the Salt Lake City area.
Café on 1st
Location: 39 I St, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Located in the heart of the historic avenues neighborhood, Cafe on 1st is a local breakfast and brunch coffee shop. Reviewers mention that the menu is small but the taste of the food and ambiance of the shop make the experience worthwhile.
Salt Lake Coffee Break
Location: 430 E 400 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Hours: Monday-Sunday 7am-1am
Salt Lake Coffee Break is home to the local university students from the University of Utah. Reviewers on Yelp have stated that this shop is a nice, relaxing, sit down local shop owned by locals of the community. Open until 1am, this local coffee shop is the late night spot to go for studying, a night out, or just for some good coffee.
The People’s Coffee
Location: 200E 200 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-9pm, Saturday & Sunday 8am-9pm
Get your daily fix of lattes, espresso, and iced coffee at The People’s Coffee in downtown Salt Lake City. This shop has tables filled with interesting reads, walls decked out with intricate art pieces designed by local artists, and a soothing live jazz band playing on select nights. The People’s Coffee boasts vegan pastries, paninis, and high quality coffee, all for a great price.
Location: 422 W 900 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-2pm
Maud’s Cafe is a friendly, ambient coffee shop that has a variety of delicious food and coffee. From pastries to pizza, Maud’s also has some gluten free options and they are eco-friendly. Equipped with comfy couches and lush plants arranged around the shop, folks describe this shop as having a cozy atmosphere and quick service. As an added bonus, Maud’s offers services to helping Salt Lake’s homeless youth, which is a great local cause to contribute to.