10 Coffee Shops in the 405 You Need to Try Now - 405 Magazine

10 Coffee Shops in the 405 You Need to Try Now

If you’re looking to switch to local, or just looking for a change in the routine, here are 10 Coffee Shops to Try Now.

If coffee is part of your morning routine — and that can include drinks that are mostly milk and whipped cream if necessary — you probably have a favorite stop along your route to work or school. Local coffee shops seem to be having a moment again, and new ones are springing up all over the 405. If you’re looking to switch to local, or just looking for a change in the routine, here are 10 Coffee Shops to Try Now.

Boxcar CoffeeMoore’s contribution to coffee culture includes a mashup of bicycling enthusiasts, solid food — get the breakfast tacos or biscuits — and KLLR Coffee. The drink specials expand the already excellent menu, and add a personalized touch to your experience. (2100 N. Eastern Ave., Moore)

Cafe EvokeThis downtown Edmond spot has great coffee, an amazing London Fog and delicious food compliments of Chef Chris McCabe. More than a coffee shop, it’s a social hub and creative space in the heart of Edmond. (103 S. Broadway Ave., Edmond)

Clarity CoffeeConvenient for downtown workers and residents, Clarity already has a reputation as some of the best coffee in the city. The staffers take coffee seriously, from sourcing to branding to preparation. Friendly service and a small selection of pastries make it an easy yes. (431 W. Main St., OKC)

Coffee JerksThis mini-chain has locations in Deer Creek and Yukon in addition to its NWOKC spot, and the wide-ranging menu includes excellent breakfast items, smoothies and frappes. Good coffee and excellent customer service at all locations. (multiple metro locations)

Elemental CoffeeThe Midtown location was an early hub in the redevelopment of downtown. When it added Elena Farrar’s food, it became a destination for gig workers, vegetarians and coffee lovers of all kinds. It’s some of the city’s best food and coffee. (815 N. Hudson Ave., OKC)

Gray Owl CoffeeDefinitely a Norman favorite, this one deserves wider recognition. Proudly worker-owned, the spot also features house-made baked goods, a comfortably rustic setting and a strong commitment to the arts. (223 E. Gray St., Norman)

Hoboken Coffee RoastersIt’s celebrating 10 years this year, and the pride of Guthrie is still going strong. Ethically sourced coffees are the focus, but so is a commitment to the bettering of the community. It’s a social and cultural hub in Guthrie, and you definitely want the chai latte. (224 S. Division St., Guthrie)

Sincerely Coffee This Midtown spot is quickly developing a reputation for excellent coffee, and it’s well deserved. The coffees really are for people who love coffee, and the partnership with Taqueria Lupita is one of the best ideas ever. (1325 N. Walker Ave., OKC)

Stitch CafeYou should get a hand pie or a taco or both, but it also features some of the best coffees available in Oklahoma City. Its horchata latte is simply one of the metro’s best things. (835 W. Sheridan Ave., OKC)

Zero Tolerance Coffee and Chocolate The rare place where you can see coffee and chocolate being made from roasting beans to finished product. This Britton District destination features excellent coffee and delicious house-made chocolate. Truly one of the coolest things in the metro. (913 W Britton Rd.)