Palm Springs, a city in Southern California, is known for a lot of things, some of them being its famous hot springs, mid century-modern architecture, golf courses, very stylish hotels, and of its very exotic and delicious coffee.
I knew coming to Palm Springs and picking a coffee spot was gonna be hard because I have heard of how good their coffee was. My expectations were met as from the very first day I got here, the very first few coffee spots I tried had me in my best feelings.
From then on, I knew I had to curate a list of some of the cool coffee shops based on preference and some other unique stuff that stood them out. Here you go!
Best 10 Coffee Shops In Palm Springs
- Ernest Coffee Co.
- Koffi North Palm springs
- King’s Highway
- Cafe la Jefa
- Cartel Coffee
- Townie Bagels
- 4 Paws Coffee Co
Ernest Coffee Co.
Meet one of my favorite downtown palm springs coffee shops, Ernest Coffee Co. is known for serving some of the best espressos in the state of California. The preparation that goes into making their espresso must be so good for it to be such a tongue’s delight.
It is also a cool, chilled place for work meetings and study time. Apart from their really great espresso, they also serve some delicious pastries and eats too. Their staff and barista were also super friendly and helpful.
Location: 1101 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA
Working hours: Monday-Sunday 6 am-5 pm
Phone: +1 760-318-4154
Koffi North Palm springs
Fabulous coffee, a sweet aroma that invites you even before you get in. I tried a couple of their coffee blends and I absolutely loved every bit of it. Tried their malted mocha, and vanilla iced coffee, but my favorite was their iced Americano.
They have an amazing outdoor courtyard and amazing staff and barista. A spot for travel goodness, Koffi North Palm springs is one of the palm springs airport coffee shops.
Location: 515 N Palm Canyon Dr (Btwn W Chino & W Alejo), Palm Springs, CA
Working hours: Monday-Sunday 6:30 am-5 pm
Phone: +1 760-416-2244
Meet one of the cute coffee shops in palm springs. They call it the French Press caffeine heaven over there. They have such a relaxing atmosphere for a beautiful morning breakfast.
With great crepes, capers, cream, and latte, you are sure to have a filled day thrilling yourself. The whole French cuisine menu is a gift that keeps giving.
Location: 6 LA Plaza, Palm Springs, CA
Working hours: Monday-Friday 8 am-2 pm, 5 pm-9:30 pm
Phone: +1 760-322-2724
One of my favorite coffee shops in palm springs with amazing coffee blends. Ristretto pledges to offer nothing but the best varieties of coffee endlessly, and boy do they keep to their pledge. Their caramel latte is nothing short of divine.
It is a great place for a morning breakfast or a midday brunch. The service is superb and the prices are great.
Location: 500 S Palm Canyon Dr (Ramon), Palm Springs, CA
Working hours: Monday-Friday 6 am-1 pm, Saturday-Sunday 7 am-12 pm
Phone: +1 760-656-0102
Truly a place meant for kings and royalties. The ambience is so exotic and gives vintage vibes. They’ve got really good Stumptown coffee, and there is just something about the diner that gives a classic vintage vibe.
The drinks and eats are at a moderate level, so there’s an adequate balance of good healthy drinks and meals and lovely taste.
Location: 701 E Palm Canyon Dr (at Ace Hotel), Palm Springs, CA
Working hours: Monday-Sunday 7 am-10 pm,
Phone: +1 760-969-5777
Cool nearly 24-hour coffee shop in Palm springs. Great anytime-of-the-day coffee spot and meal arena. Genuinely liked their coffee bacon, even though it was my first time. Everything was nice, although they could get more hands to meet up with the demands of their large clientele.
The food was really tasty and neither too sweet nor too bland, nor was it too spicy, it was just the perfect fit for me. An excellent coffee spot.
Location: 622 N Palm Canyon Dr (at Granvia Valmonte), Palm Springs, CA
Working hours: Monday-Sunday 8 am-2 pm
Phone: +1 760-327-7595
Cafe la Jefa
Great outdoor seating, fantastic in-house decor, lovely seating arrangements, and a dose of strong coffee all set your mood right for a fantastic day. Cafe La Jefa is a place for everyone, it’s one of the famous Palm Springs gay coffee shops for members of the LGBTQ+ community to have a safe haven. At Cafe La Jefa they can share their experiences with fellow members of the community while having a grand cup of coffee and delicious pastries.
Location: 750 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA
Working hours: Monday-Friday 6:30 am-4 pm, Saturday-Sunday 6:30 am-5 pm
Phone: +1 760-364-9609
Regarded as one of the best coffee spots by locals, which I pretty much agree with. Cartel coffee is more than just a place to get tasty coffee, it’s a coffee spot built on community values and relationships.
Hence, the atmosphere is friendly and immediately warms you up just like home. Their cold brews are excellent and it’s just a really swell place to get by with amazing service.
Location: 1551 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA
Working hours: Monday-Sunday 7 am-6 pm
Although Townie Bagels is most popularly known as a great spot for Bagels, they also make incredibly good coffee. The combo of bagels and coffee is something I never knew would blow my mind so bad. They are just that good and I highly recommend you try out this combo at Townie Bagels anytime you are in Palm springs.
Location: 650 E Sunny Dunes Rd (at S Calle Palo Fierro), Palm Springs, CA
Working hours: Monday-Sunday 6:30 am-12 pm
Phone: +1 760-459-4555
4 Paws Coffee Co
4 Paws Coffee Co Palm Springs is an ideal coffee spot for adults, kids, and even dogs, there’s a coffee specialty for everyone no matter your size. The coffee espressos are really good and are served fast. Kids can have a creamy latte or some good milkshakes.
The cafe has an amazing atmosphere and great staff and service. It is one of the few dog friendly coffee shops in Palm Springs.
Location: 2500 N Palm Canyon Dr Suite A5 Suite A5, Palm Springs, CA
Working hours: Monday-Sunday 6:30 am-3:00 pm
Website: 4 Paws Coffee
Phone: +1 760-832-8021
Where is Palm Springs?
Palm springs is a lovely, beautiful desert resort city located in Riverside County, California, within the Coachella Valley, United States Of America.
Which Cafe in Palm Springs Has The Best Pastries?
Townie Bagels | Bakery | Cafe Peninsula Pastries Palm Springs, Café La Jefa, and Ernest Coffee are some of the best coffee shops in Palm Springs with different varieties of pastries to choose from.
Is Palm Springs a safe place?
Yeah, it’s more than just a safe place, it’s a fun place and a really interesting spot with culturally eccentric spots in it.
I hope this little article sums up my coffee experience accurately and gives you an idea of what to expect at Palm springs. I plan on visiting more frequently to have more tasty caffeine goodness, sure it won’t be only me making this decision as soon as you get to taste the coffee.