Thirsty Thursdays: Top 5 Cafes in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is most famous for its casinos, nightclubs, and bright lights, which means visitors often forget about the city’s daytime activities. In fact, Las Vegas is a great spot for a cup of coffee. After waking up in one of the most affordable Las Vegas hotels, enjoying your breakfast, and taking a quick morning stroll, it’s coffee time. Since you’ll be spoilt for choice, here are five of the finest, quirkiest, and most popular cafés in Las Vegas.

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The Beat Coffeehouse and Records

This eclectic coffee house is more than meets the eye. As its name suggests, the Beat is a variety of things all in one. It’s a coffee house, a restaurant, a bar, a record store, and a music venue! It’s a great place to hang out and drink coffee over some snacks and cheap food. At the front of the Beat Coffeehouse you’ll also find a stage where local musicians perform to keep the vibe going. At night, this place turns into a lively bar and music venue that’s often packed until people spill out onto the street.

Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii

This is a coffee shop with one big difference. This café is actually on wheels, and Bad Ass Coffee claims to be the only mobile gourmet coffee truck in Las Vegas. As you can tell from its name, it also serves up delicious Hawaiian coffee blends. The coffee is 100% Kona, and the Bad Ass Coffee truck also sells smoothies, tea, and shaved ice.

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Bronze Café

For vegans or vegetarians, Bronze Café is just what you’re looking for. In addition to brewing a great range of coffee, this café also features highly recommended vegan treats including a vegan cheesecake. Bronze Café also welcomes locals and visitors who lead alternative lifestyles, offering treats like blueberry lemonade and marshmallow Fruit Loop treats to celebrate the seven colours of the rainbow.

PRESS at Four Seasons

Situated inside the swanky Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas, PRESS demonstrates how a venue effortlessly transforms itself three times a day. In the morning, the café opens at 6:30 a.m. to serve freshly squeezed juices, Lavazza espresso, and gourmet roasted coffee. At sunset, PRESS is a perfect setting for evening cocktails and chatter. At night, skip the coffee and opt for some great snack food and happy hour beers from 9 p.m. onward.

Jean Philippe Patisserie

If you’re a chocolate lover, the impressive Jean Philippe Patisserie is the café for you. In true Las Vegas fashion, this coffee shop claims to be home to the world’s largest chocolate fountain.

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Settle into a swanky hotel in Las Vegas, take a break from the bright lights, and skip the casinos to sample these five quirky cafés. With so much to do during the day and at night, Las Vegas is an ideal destination for both relaxing and partying.

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