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Sisters Coffee Company’s Pearl District location. Sisters roasts beans for blends and single-origin coffees, including beans from the Nyampinga Women’s Cooperative in Rwanda.
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14 Distinctive Portland Cafés That Roast Their Own Coffee

From mini-chains to tiny cafes

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Sisters Coffee Company’s Pearl District location. Sisters roasts beans for blends and single-origin coffees, including beans from the Nyampinga Women’s Cooperative in Rwanda.
| Molly J. Smith / EPDX

For many outsiders of Portland, impressions of PDX may consist of endlessly overcast, free-spirited naked cyclists, sneakerheads, and flannel-loving craft beer geeks who fuel their days with carafes of black coffee in between every IPA. For a city that is considered a major player in the rise of the specialty coffee movement, some facets of its cafe scene nowadays may be a little trapped in 2007, with static drink menus that suggest a more rigid way of making coffee than what is acceptable today. However, Portland’s scene is still steadily experimenting, serving myriad options and experiences for all kinds of coffee devotees, regardless of whether they prefer a foamy vanilla cappuccino or a natural process pour over.

The coffee industry has changed a lot in the last 50 years, from once providing an everyday commodity to now crafting a specialty beverage experience; its emphasis on environmental sustainability and sourcing transparency makes it comparable to wine — an industry that has standardized valuing terroir, producer, and region. From giants within the world of high-end coffee to lesser-known roasters experimenting with their beans, from Portland chains to tiny nook-sized cafes, all of these roasters are methodical with their sourcing, turning house-roasted coffees into a wide array of drinks. Below, we dive into some of the most noteworthy cafes roasting their own beans; for cafes sourcing roasts from around the city, this map is a better fit.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Proud Mary Cafe

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2012 NE Alberta St
Portland, OR 97211
(503) 208-3475
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Proud Mary Coffee may hail from Australia, but it has solidified its status as a Portland go-to when visiting the Alberta neighborhood, roasting beans in the back of the cafe. Coffee drinkers shopping for beans to take home can choose between roasts described as “mild, wild, curious, and deluxe,” ranging from geshas to blends to single origin roasts. At the cafe, milk drink aficionados can find things like flat whites, piccolos, and mochas; black coffee lovers will find a full slate of V60 pour over options, ranging from natural process wush wush to 96-hour anaerobic catuai. There will always be an affordable drip coffee and at least two highly sought-after Gesha options on the pour-over menu, a luxury coffee variety typically offered at a high price. It’s not uncommon to walk up to Proud Mary on a random Tuesday morning and find it jam-packed with urban brunch enthusiasts seeking a bagna-cauda-filled breakfast burrito t or the cult-favorite sausage rolls. Proud Mary is open for outdoor dining and takeout.

2. Guilder

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2393 NE Fremont St Suite B
Portland, OR 97212
(503) 841-6042
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With spacious greyscale interiors and sleek bar equipment, it may be a little intimidating initially to step inside Guilder; the portrait of Andre the Giant on the wall will calm the nerves within a few minutes. For home brewers looking to drink black coffee and compare tasting notes on retail bags, Guilder has packed shelves of bright and complex coffees from Latin America and Asia under the moniker Juniors Roasted Coffee. Alongside standards like cortados, filter coffee, and cold brew, the menu includes an impressive slate of vegetarian breakfast fare, from burritos to loaded purple yam fries. The storefront’s changing display of the daily market cost of coffee also exemplifies the company’s commitment to price transparency, as well as a livable wage for coffee producers. Guilders is currently open for takeout only.

3. Sisters Coffee Company - The Pearl

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1235 NW Marshall St
Portland, OR 97209
(971) 279-2957
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Sisters Coffee Company is a large, Pacific Northwestern-chic space in the Pearl District with an expansive menu of sandwiches, pastries, and traditional espresso, coffee, and tea beverages. Sisters is simply a feel-good brand, whose flagship roastery proves to be a worthy stop on the drive between Portland and Bend. Patrons of Sisters will come to rely on the roaster’s signature Black Butte and Sisters Blends for solid home brewing options, along with interesting single-origin offerings from micro-lot across regions like Timor Leste and beans direct from the Nyampinga Women’s Cooperative in Rwanda. Although it’s fairly easy to grab a bag of Sisters Coffee from surrounding grocery stores, the cafe is a destination for both Portland tourists and neighborhood locals for takeaway options, plus indoor and outdoor seating. 

4. Nossa Familia Coffee

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1350 NW Lovejoy St
Portland, OR 97209
(541) 304-9234
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Nossa Familia, Portugese for ‘our family,’ has become a mainstay in the city since its 2004 beginnings for its wide wholesale presence and cafe locations. Nossa founder Augusto Carneiro grew up in Rio de Janeiro, and sources a majority of the green coffee from his own family’s farms in the highlands of Brazil, along with coffee from Kenya, Nicaragua, and beyond. At the roaster’s cafes, coffee drinkers will find the standard array of milk drinks and espresso, as well as Brazilian cafézinho, or espresso with hot water and raw sugar; Nossa’s chocolate-espresso whipped cream is a sweet addition to most of the cafe’s drinks.

5. La Perlita

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721 NW 9th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

La Perlita is a tiny, eye-catching coffee stand inside the Natural Capital Center, one of the first ever buildings in Downtown Portland. Founder Angel Medina is responsible for several Portland coffee businesses that launched prior to La Perlita, like Kiosko and Smalltime Roasters, which originally supplied the coffee at La Perlita. Just before the March onset of the pandemic, however, Medina rebranded Smalltime to Reforma Roasters, which represents the current focus on a project with smallholder coffee producers in Mexico. Reforma is the namesake of the Mexico City barrio that Medina lived in while working on the project, and many of his coffee beans are sourced from Mexico for beverages like cortaditos, con leches, and the True Mexican, a mocha sprinkled with cayenne, cinnamon, and freeze-dried raspberry crumbles. The kiosk often sets up pastry pop-ups in the lobby, serving conchas, pavlovas, and more.

6. Deadstock Coffee Roasters

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408 NW Couch St Suite 408
Portland, OR 97209
(971) 220-8727
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This self-proclaimed “snob-free” coffee shop, with its sneaker-themed decor and secret menu, serves house roasts with names like Fresh Prince and One Hunnit, listed with flavor notes of “fruity pebbles” or “island vibey.” Customers can order any of the coffeeshop standards here, but some of the best drinks to order at the cafe are bold and experimental offerings like the summery Zero Chill, a blend of coffee and sweet tea, or the similar LeBronald Palmer, a blend of coffee, lemonade, and sweet tea.

7. Kopi Coffee House

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2327 E Burnside St
Portland, OR 97214
(503) 234-8610
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Kopi Coffee House on SE Burnside sources its beans from various countries throughout Southeast Asia, including beans from Vietnam, Indonesia, and Myanmar. The owners spent 15 years traveling and living abroad in this region, where they learned about coffee farming, and roast under the name Pagi Coffee Merchants. Visitors will be charmed by the Indo-Malay decor of the space; the DIY sloped-roof entrance welcomes patrons to experience an interior filled with traces of Indonesia like imported carved columns and paintings of wayang puppet theater. The cafe menu is also packed with beverages that feature ingredients found throughout Southeast Asia, from Kopi Jahe, an Indonesian ginger coffee, to a take on Vietnamese iced coffee made with cold brew. Alongside this are traditional espresso beverages, loose-leaf tea, and pastries and breakfast burritos supplied by Bee’s Custom Cakes.

8. Heart Coffee (Westside)

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1123 SW Washington St
Portland, OR 97205
(503) 954-3645
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It’s hard to talk about coffee in Portland without mentioning Heart, whose owners have established somewhat of a cult following through its wholesale presence on the West Coast. Heart Coffee embodies everything intimidating about specialty coffee, but it’s hard to resist a brand that buys green coffee at near-perfect scores, highlights its fruitiest flavors at roast, and supplies a surplus of pastries sourced from Nuvrei: the korvapuusti, a Scandinavian-inspired cardamom bun crafted exclusively for Heart, sells out regularly. For coffee connoisseurs who want a consistently solid drip option, Heart will never not have a bright, acidic single-origin in rotation, along with its menu of classic espresso-milk beverages — all steamed to the perfect temperature.

9. Spella Caffe

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520 SW 5th Ave
Portland, OR 97204
(503) 752-0264
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Spella Caffe started as a mobile cart before launching its cozy takeaway-oriented space in Downtown Portland, and is unapologetic about maintaining a traditional espresso experience for the city. This isn’t to say that the space is outdated; visitors will come to enjoy the flashy lever-style espresso machine pumping out ristretto-style shots. Spella is a proud homage to Italian coffee making, which emphasizes espresso and rich dark roasts. Come here to find  cappuccinos stacked with foam, Italian sodas, shakeratos, and scoops of ice cream drizzled with syrupy sweet espresso shots — a creamy treat better known as an affogato.

10. Push X Pull Coffee

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821 SE Stark St
Portland, OR 97214

Push X Pull is a micro-roaster on SE Stark with an abundance of coffee and non-coffee beverages for everyone, with an emphasis on roasting beans as fresh as possible. Patrons ready to return to café days will want to spend hours in Push X Pull’s sleek, polished café space, which hosts a mix of industrial accents like polished concrete floors and maple, balanced out by an abundance of natural light and pastel colors. Home coffee drinkers will most definitely appreciate the brewing gear and range of coffee processing methods and varieties for retail bags, with plenty of sweet natural coffees and niche varietals like orange bourbon, caturra, and anaerobic gesha. Other standout menu items include unique drinks like The Businessman, a hot toddy-inspired drink with honey, blood orange bitters, lemon juice, and Topo Chico.

11. Never Coffee

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4243 SE Belmont St UNIT 200
Portland, OR 97215
(503) 607-8545
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Never Coffee Lab is a colorful brand with two locations in Downtown and Mount Tabor. While grappling with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has gathered a very neighborly fan base, who doesn’t think twice about waiting 30 minutes to grab coffee on morning dog walks. Never Coffee Lab appeals to the inner child of a coffee drinker, slipping “special prizes” in retail bags of coffee. The playful pastel-colored designs within Never’s cafe spaces are a tasteful pairing to their clean white walls, especially when juxtaposed with one of Portland’s countless grey or rainy days. Patrons will try to decide between signature lattes flavored with unique ingredients like Cascade hops, saffron, and fennel seed, which usually come in stylish handmade ceramics, but for now the paper cups will suffice. 

12. Roseline Coffee

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1015 SE 11th Ave #100
Portland, OR 97214

Roseline initially launched as a wholesale distributor before establishing a cafe in 2018, which is tucked away in the Goat Blocks of Southeast Portland. Its airy interior, floor-to-ceiling windows, and decorative house plants make it another upscale coffee hangout to work away while drinking pour over, espresso, and pink-peppercorn-cardamom lattes. Aside from a couple English muffin sandwiches and several pastry offerings, Roseline’s focus is truly on coffee. It has received acclaimed recognition among industry folks for its sourcing of high-scoring green coffee and meticulous light roasting techniques — Home brewers will cherish every gram of the $20 bag they bought.

13. In J Coffee

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1431 Southwest Park Avenue, intersection with, SW Clay St
Portland, OR 97201
(503) 327-8057
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Formerly known as In J, Super Joy Coffee is on the Southwest Park Blocks of Portland, frequented by the students of Portland State University and other locals for its meticulous approach to the science of coffee brewing. Owner Joe Yang’s various certifications of coffee excellence are posted along the walls of this otherwise humble space, including his status as a Q Arabica Grader, Certified Golden Cup Technician, Authorized SCA trainer, and first-place winner of the 2020 U.S. Roasters Championship. Many may recognize In J for the contact-free robotic arm they implemented during the onset of COVID-19, which hasn’t deterred its baristas from creating a welcoming, personable experience. Super Joy now has a sibling at their newly launched roasting-cafe facility, just down the street on Yamhill; both serve takeout-only drinks with green coffee mostly sourced from Asia, and latte ingredients like osthmanthus, soy sauce, and taro.

14. Portland Cà Phê

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2815 SE Holgate Blvd
Portland, OR 97202
(503) 841-5787
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Cà phê is the word for coffee in Vietnam, whose traditionally dark robusta-bean roasts, paired with sugar, often get overlooked by coffee connoisseurs — and Portland Ca Phe is looking to change that. Owner Kim Dam started roasting beans from Vietnam for her family’s restaurant House of Banh Mi before supplying other Vietnamese-focused businesses in Portland. Now equipped with a storefront in the Brooklyn-Holgate neighborhood, Dam has the ability to expose the greater Portland area to what Vietnamese coffee is truly about. Here, customers will find a thoughtful mural that displays the regions of Vietnam, along a menu of banh mi and slow-roasted Vietnamese beans, served in classic espresso-drip options, traditional Vietnamese iced coffee made with a phin, and lattes with flavor additions like ginger syrup and house ube puree. Cafe goers currently have the option of taking their paper cups and bags to go or grabbing one of the red tables outside the cafe.

1. Proud Mary Cafe

2012 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211

Proud Mary Coffee may hail from Australia, but it has solidified its status as a Portland go-to when visiting the Alberta neighborhood, roasting beans in the back of the cafe. Coffee drinkers shopping for beans to take home can choose between roasts described as “mild, wild, curious, and deluxe,” ranging from geshas to blends to single origin roasts. At the cafe, milk drink aficionados can find things like flat whites, piccolos, and mochas; black coffee lovers will find a full slate of V60 pour over options, ranging from natural process wush wush to 96-hour anaerobic catuai. There will always be an affordable drip coffee and at least two highly sought-after Gesha options on the pour-over menu, a luxury coffee variety typically offered at a high price. It’s not uncommon to walk up to Proud Mary on a random Tuesday morning and find it jam-packed with urban brunch enthusiasts seeking a bagna-cauda-filled breakfast burrito t or the cult-favorite sausage rolls. Proud Mary is open for outdoor dining and takeout.

2012 NE Alberta St
Portland, OR 97211

2. Guilder

2393 NE Fremont St Suite B, Portland, OR 97212

With spacious greyscale interiors and sleek bar equipment, it may be a little intimidating initially to step inside Guilder; the portrait of Andre the Giant on the wall will calm the nerves within a few minutes. For home brewers looking to drink black coffee and compare tasting notes on retail bags, Guilder has packed shelves of bright and complex coffees from Latin America and Asia under the moniker Juniors Roasted Coffee. Alongside standards like cortados, filter coffee, and cold brew, the menu includes an impressive slate of vegetarian breakfast fare, from burritos to loaded purple yam fries. The storefront’s changing display of the daily market cost of coffee also exemplifies the company’s commitment to price transparency, as well as a livable wage for coffee producers. Guilders is currently open for takeout only.

2393 NE Fremont St Suite B
Portland, OR 97212

3. Sisters Coffee Company - The Pearl

1235 NW Marshall St, Portland, OR 97209

Sisters Coffee Company is a large, Pacific Northwestern-chic space in the Pearl District with an expansive menu of sandwiches, pastries, and traditional espresso, coffee, and tea beverages. Sisters is simply a feel-good brand, whose flagship roastery proves to be a worthy stop on the drive between Portland and Bend. Patrons of Sisters will come to rely on the roaster’s signature Black Butte and Sisters Blends for solid home brewing options, along with interesting single-origin offerings from micro-lot across regions like Timor Leste and beans direct from the Nyampinga Women’s Cooperative in Rwanda. Although it’s fairly easy to grab a bag of Sisters Coffee from surrounding grocery stores, the cafe is a destination for both Portland tourists and neighborhood locals for takeaway options, plus indoor and outdoor seating. 

1235 NW Marshall St
Portland, OR 97209

4. Nossa Familia Coffee

1350 NW Lovejoy St, Portland, OR 97209

Nossa Familia, Portugese for ‘our family,’ has become a mainstay in the city since its 2004 beginnings for its wide wholesale presence and cafe locations. Nossa founder Augusto Carneiro grew up in Rio de Janeiro, and sources a majority of the green coffee from his own family’s farms in the highlands of Brazil, along with coffee from Kenya, Nicaragua, and beyond. At the roaster’s cafes, coffee drinkers will find the standard array of milk drinks and espresso, as well as Brazilian cafézinho, or espresso with hot water and raw sugar; Nossa’s chocolate-espresso whipped cream is a sweet addition to most of the cafe’s drinks.

1350 NW Lovejoy St
Portland, OR 97209

5. La Perlita

721 NW 9th Ave, Portland, OR 97209

La Perlita is a tiny, eye-catching coffee stand inside the Natural Capital Center, one of the first ever buildings in Downtown Portland. Founder Angel Medina is responsible for several Portland coffee businesses that launched prior to La Perlita, like Kiosko and Smalltime Roasters, which originally supplied the coffee at La Perlita. Just before the March onset of the pandemic, however, Medina rebranded Smalltime to Reforma Roasters, which represents the current focus on a project with smallholder coffee producers in Mexico. Reforma is the namesake of the Mexico City barrio that Medina lived in while working on the project, and many of his coffee beans are sourced from Mexico for beverages like cortaditos, con leches, and the True Mexican, a mocha sprinkled with cayenne, cinnamon, and freeze-dried raspberry crumbles. The kiosk often sets up pastry pop-ups in the lobby, serving conchas, pavlovas, and more.

721 NW 9th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

6. Deadstock Coffee Roasters

408 NW Couch St Suite 408, Portland, OR 97209

This self-proclaimed “snob-free” coffee shop, with its sneaker-themed decor and secret menu, serves house roasts with names like Fresh Prince and One Hunnit, listed with flavor notes of “fruity pebbles” or “island vibey.” Customers can order any of the coffeeshop standards here, but some of the best drinks to order at the cafe are bold and experimental offerings like the summery Zero Chill, a blend of coffee and sweet tea, or the similar LeBronald Palmer, a blend of coffee, lemonade, and sweet tea.

408 NW Couch St Suite 408
Portland, OR 97209

7. Kopi Coffee House

2327 E Burnside St, Portland, OR 97214

Kopi Coffee House on SE Burnside sources its beans from various countries throughout Southeast Asia, including beans from Vietnam, Indonesia, and Myanmar. The owners spent 15 years traveling and living abroad in this region, where they learned about coffee farming, and roast under the name Pagi Coffee Merchants. Visitors will be charmed by the Indo-Malay decor of the space; the DIY sloped-roof entrance welcomes patrons to experience an interior filled with traces of Indonesia like imported carved columns and paintings of wayang puppet theater. The cafe menu is also packed with beverages that feature ingredients found throughout Southeast Asia, from Kopi Jahe, an Indonesian ginger coffee, to a take on Vietnamese iced coffee made with cold brew. Alongside this are traditional espresso beverages, loose-leaf tea, and pastries and breakfast burritos supplied by Bee’s Custom Cakes.

2327 E Burnside St
Portland, OR 97214

8. Heart Coffee (Westside)

1123 SW Washington St, Portland, OR 97205

It’s hard to talk about coffee in Portland without mentioning Heart, whose owners have established somewhat of a cult following through its wholesale presence on the West Coast. Heart Coffee embodies everything intimidating about specialty coffee, but it’s hard to resist a brand that buys green coffee at near-perfect scores, highlights its fruitiest flavors at roast, and supplies a surplus of pastries sourced from Nuvrei: the korvapuusti, a Scandinavian-inspired cardamom bun crafted exclusively for Heart, sells out regularly. For coffee connoisseurs who want a consistently solid drip option, Heart will never not have a bright, acidic single-origin in rotation, along with its menu of classic espresso-milk beverages — all steamed to the perfect temperature.

1123 SW Washington St
Portland, OR 97205

9. Spella Caffe

520 SW 5th Ave, Portland, OR 97204

Spella Caffe started as a mobile cart before launching its cozy takeaway-oriented space in Downtown Portland, and is unapologetic about maintaining a traditional espresso experience for the city. This isn’t to say that the space is outdated; visitors will come to enjoy the flashy lever-style espresso machine pumping out ristretto-style shots. Spella is a proud homage to Italian coffee making, which emphasizes espresso and rich dark roasts. Come here to find  cappuccinos stacked with foam, Italian sodas, shakeratos, and scoops of ice cream drizzled with syrupy sweet espresso shots — a creamy treat better known as an affogato.

520 SW 5th Ave
Portland, OR 97204

10. Push X Pull Coffee

821 SE Stark St, Portland, OR 97214

Push X Pull is a micro-roaster on SE Stark with an abundance of coffee and non-coffee beverages for everyone, with an emphasis on roasting beans as fresh as possible. Patrons ready to return to café days will want to spend hours in Push X Pull’s sleek, polished café space, which hosts a mix of industrial accents like polished concrete floors and maple, balanced out by an abundance of natural light and pastel colors. Home coffee drinkers will most definitely appreciate the brewing gear and range of coffee processing methods and varieties for retail bags, with plenty of sweet natural coffees and niche varietals like orange bourbon, caturra, and anaerobic gesha. Other standout menu items include unique drinks like The Businessman, a hot toddy-inspired drink with honey, blood orange bitters, lemon juice, and Topo Chico.

821 SE Stark St
Portland, OR 97214

11. Never Coffee

4243 SE Belmont St UNIT 200, Portland, OR 97215

Never Coffee Lab is a colorful brand with two locations in Downtown and Mount Tabor. While grappling with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has gathered a very neighborly fan base, who doesn’t think twice about waiting 30 minutes to grab coffee on morning dog walks. Never Coffee Lab appeals to the inner child of a coffee drinker, slipping “special prizes” in retail bags of coffee. The playful pastel-colored designs within Never’s cafe spaces are a tasteful pairing to their clean white walls, especially when juxtaposed with one of Portland’s countless grey or rainy days. Patrons will try to decide between signature lattes flavored with unique ingredients like Cascade hops, saffron, and fennel seed, which usually come in stylish handmade ceramics, but for now the paper cups will suffice. 

4243 SE Belmont St UNIT 200
Portland, OR 97215

12. Roseline Coffee

1015 SE 11th Ave #100, Portland, OR 97214

Roseline initially launched as a wholesale distributor before establishing a cafe in 2018, which is tucked away in the Goat Blocks of Southeast Portland. Its airy interior, floor-to-ceiling windows, and decorative house plants make it another upscale coffee hangout to work away while drinking pour over, espresso, and pink-peppercorn-cardamom lattes. Aside from a couple English muffin sandwiches and several pastry offerings, Roseline’s focus is truly on coffee. It has received acclaimed recognition among industry folks for its sourcing of high-scoring green coffee and meticulous light roasting techniques — Home brewers will cherish every gram of the $20 bag they bought.

1015 SE 11th Ave #100
Portland, OR 97214

13. In J Coffee

1431 Southwest Park Avenue, intersection with, SW Clay St, Portland, OR 97201

Formerly known as In J, Super Joy Coffee is on the Southwest Park Blocks of Portland, frequented by the students of Portland State University and other locals for its meticulous approach to the science of coffee brewing. Owner Joe Yang’s various certifications of coffee excellence are posted along the walls of this otherwise humble space, including his status as a Q Arabica Grader, Certified Golden Cup Technician, Authorized SCA trainer, and first-place winner of the 2020 U.S. Roasters Championship. Many may recognize In J for the contact-free robotic arm they implemented during the onset of COVID-19, which hasn’t deterred its baristas from creating a welcoming, personable experience. Super Joy now has a sibling at their newly launched roasting-cafe facility, just down the street on Yamhill; both serve takeout-only drinks with green coffee mostly sourced from Asia, and latte ingredients like osthmanthus, soy sauce, and taro.

1431 Southwest Park Avenue, intersection with, SW Clay St
Portland, OR 97201

14. Portland Cà Phê

2815 SE Holgate Blvd, Portland, OR 97202

Cà phê is the word for coffee in Vietnam, whose traditionally dark robusta-bean roasts, paired with sugar, often get overlooked by coffee connoisseurs — and Portland Ca Phe is looking to change that. Owner Kim Dam started roasting beans from Vietnam for her family’s restaurant House of Banh Mi before supplying other Vietnamese-focused businesses in Portland. Now equipped with a storefront in the Brooklyn-Holgate neighborhood, Dam has the ability to expose the greater Portland area to what Vietnamese coffee is truly about. Here, customers will find a thoughtful mural that displays the regions of Vietnam, along a menu of banh mi and slow-roasted Vietnamese beans, served in classic espresso-drip options, traditional Vietnamese iced coffee made with a phin, and lattes with flavor additions like ginger syrup and house ube puree. Cafe goers currently have the option of taking their paper cups and bags to go or grabbing one of the red tables outside the cafe.

2815 SE Holgate Blvd
Portland, OR 97202

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