What would we all do without coffee?

There is something relaxing about hanging out in a coffee shop sipping your favorite caffeinated beverage, especially since there are so many options to choose from now. In the winter, a hot cup of joe feels good in your hands, but summertime is nice for iced coffee. Almost each city in Gwinnett has their own local coffee shop for you to enjoy. Even if you are not a coffee drinker most places offer a wide variety of options to choose from. Each spot is different so check out this list we put together for you to experience on your own. 

 

Rushing Trading Co.

At Rushing Trading Co, you can get more than just coffee, they offer handcrafted cocktails and a selection of fine food. Enjoy a cup of coffee or drink on the terrace at Sugar Hill's new E-Center. 

Tradewind Coffee Co.

If you are looking for a spacious spot to drink coffee while you work, Tradewinds is the place for you. Try their Nitro Cold Brew which is infused with their own house blend. In a hurry? They have a drive-thru! 

 

Boulder Creek Coffee

Boulder Creek Coffee serves crisp, clean pour overs while you experience a relaxed coffee shop experience. 

45 South Cafe

At 45 South, try one of their specialty lattes like The House Latte which has honey, cinnamon, vanilla, espresso and steamed milk. 

 

Caffe Bene

Caffee Bene offers delicious pastries to compliment their full coffee menu. Their relaxing atmosphere has received wonderful reviews on Facebook.

 

Cafe Rothem

You can get good coffee and even greater snacks at Cafe Rothem. They also offer a large selection of books to read as well as live music. 

 

Break Coffee Roasters

Duluth's newest coffee shop,  Break Coffee Roasters, has all your traditional coffee drinks with a few specialties. 

Refuge Coffee

With it's third location in Norcross, Refuge Coffee continues to make a difference. Their mission is to use a cup of coffee as a platform for job training and personal development of resettled refugees and other immigrants. 

There are so many places to grab a hot espresso in Gwinnett, and this list barely scratches the surface.