Coffee shops in Detroit are like most small businesses in that they create an artistic ambiance and warm communal space. Stopping in at a local Detroit coffee shop is unquestionably more of a slow-paced, reflective environment versus rushing into a Starbucks or waiting in line at a drive-thru. The motivation behind the new coffee shops in Detroit projects has risen from COVID-19 hits and neighborhood revitalization.
Whether they’ve just opened in 2021, reopened, or are rebuilding, coffeehouses are essentially what keeps the spaces in Detroit occupied with infectious energy. People need a reason to get up in the morning and for most, this involves a routine coffee. Increasing the coffee shops in Detroit is more important than it seems! Take a look at these 5.
MORNINGSIDE CAFE IS CALLING FOR SUPPORT
Morningside Cafe is Detroit’s newest coffee and entertainment cafe. Coffee lovers are more than welcome, but they also invite the early birds that prefer tea and smoothies. Stay tuned as owner, Jeffrey D. Lewis II makes a valiant effort to rebuild a buzzing part of Detroit. Jeffrey’s newly launched, community-based coffee and entertainment establishment experienced the unimaginable on Tuesday, January 4th, 2022. A fire began from an adjacent building, making its way to theirs, causing significant fire, smoke, and water damage. In under 2 weeks, they’ve graciously reached $5,000 in donations towards their rebuilding efforts! You can Morningside Coffee by donating to their GoFundMe page HERE. Located on Warren near Outer Drive on the east side.
Also, be on the lookout for:
Black Coffee that will bolster North End’s rebound. They will have bright decor and involve the work of other local entrepreneurs.
COFFEE DOWN UNDER
YELLOW LIGHT COFFEE AND DONUTS
THE RED HOOK GREENWAY
Some coffee shops in Detroit were conceptualized in other cities. The Red Hook coffee shop first opened in downtown Ferndale a little more than a decade ago, followed by a second location in Detroit’s West Village and the purchase of Pinwheel Bakery. This new location, dubbed Red Hook Greenway is great for the grab-and-go crowd. Bikers can stop by and order the same drinks and baked goods popularized by customers. Located at 2761 E Jefferson Ave Suite C, Detroit, MI 48207.