Coffee Shop Offices

Who doesn’t love a good coffee shop? And who, in particular, really loves a good coffee shop? Freelancers, and start-up-ers. Because of our startup status, our office space changes almost every day. Get yourself a latte (or banana bread cold-brew), find a seat near an outlet, and keep reading to find out about our favorite coffee offices around San Diego. 


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Ultreya

Rolando Hills

Plants, crystals, ample parking. And an activated charcoal bowl. 


Genteel Coffee Co.

East Village

Wide open spaces with a private vibe – search no further. Safety, peace, greenery, and good coffee. Try the Foxtrot, a blend of cinnamon, cardamom, & citrus. All your favorite C’s – including coffee, of course. 


Hawthorn Coffee

Normal Heights

Tiny but mighty… outlets everywhere!

Friendliest coffee shop staff & grooviest playlist in San Diego.


Sidenote, take a buddy and try their toasts! Pro tip: get 1 savory, 1 sweet.




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Coffee & Tea Collective

North Park

ART. On the walls. All caps because this is how we’ve found some of our featured artists. A creative environment is key. 


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James Coffee Co.

Little Italy

Nestled in the back of a warehouse called the “Space,” James Coffee Co. is one among many of the attractions underneath the high-beamed ceiling. Order a Mexican Mocha and cruise around the other shops in the building – a specialty specs store, a greeting card shop, an apothecary, and more. 




The Westbean Coffee Roasters

Bankers Hill

An air-conditioned, cold brew paradise. Bonus: their Bankers Hill location is only two blocks away from the west edge of Balboa Park. A perfect opportunity to ground into nature after caffeinated-ly zoning into your laptop. 





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Moniker General

Liberty Station

⅓ coffee shop, ⅓ fashion & lifestyle shop, ⅓ patio space.