Whether you like your cup of joe hot, iced, foamy or black, one thing is for sure: there is never a shortage of places to grab fuel in Elk Grove! The next time you need a pick-me-up, check out these local favorites.

18 Grams Coffee and Tea If big coffee chains aren’t your thing, head to 18 Grams to enjoy a community-centric vibe while you sip on your brew. They are mixing it up with creative concoctions that go beyond your average cup of coffee, like their sea salt cream iced coffee, Vietnamese iced coffee, and their quad shot favorite, “18 to the Brain.” If you’re looking for something a little bit lighter, you won’t want to miss their extensive menu of loose leaf tea, iced tea, and tea lattes.

Rescate Coffee Rescate is keeping it local by roasting their coffee on-site three times a week, giving visitors the added bonus of knowing the drink they’re enjoying was hand-crafted just steps away. Their team takes great pride in the love and care poured into every cup, and you can taste that in every bold sip. In addition to an extensive menu of specialty drinks, they offer a wide selection of tasty treats like wraps, breakfast burritos, and baked goods.

It’s a Grind Coffee House The It’s a Grind family of coffee shops has been serving up specialty coffee drinks since 1994 in locations as far away as Abu Dhabi; but thankfully, locals don’t have to travel that far to enjoy their gourmet coffees. While they’re known for their micro-roasted coffees and hand-crafted espresso drinks, regulars also love pairing their favorite brews with their fresh-baked goods.

Savvy House Coffee Bar When locals need a quiet place with a cool vibe to grab fuel and get some work done, they head to the sleek Savvy House. In addition to traditional options like hand-crafted iced coffee and frappes, this trendy coffee shop serves up tasty seasonal refreshments like their sparkling habanero lime lemonade and raspberry mint tea. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to catch a live music performance while you enjoy your drink.


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