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Need Coffee? Modesto has GREAT Coffee!

Woman holding cup of coffee on table in cafeteriaCoffee shop culture in Modesto? We’ve got to the hilt!

The proliferation of coffee shops in our town is not just about satisfying our caffeine cravings; it's about building a vibrant, interconnected community. From economic benefits to fostering creativity and promoting social interaction, these establishments contribute in myriad ways to the overall well-being and vitality of Modesto.

If you haven’t yet, check out these options for your wake-up brew.

Squeeze In - 3020 Floyd Ave.

Like your coffee with a dose of hippie nostalgia? The Squeeze In features classic Benedict and omelette dishes as well as other breakfast favs along, with fresh brews in 70’s-adorned environment. Your coffee and grub comes with a dose of posters from your favorite retro bands and tons of flower- power nostalgia decor.

Diner by Lo Fi - 1325 J St.

The newest entry to the downtown zeitgeist, this retro inspired diner  boasts espresso coffees and a varied brunch menu. Soak in the sun while enjoying your morning brew thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows. Opened by the same owners of the adjacent Lo Fi Laboratory cocktail lounge, weekend diners have the option to enjoy their meal in the lounge accompanied with morning cocktail favorites.

Cappuccino with coffee beans on table in cafeteria

Preservation Coffee & Tea - 1030 J St.

Located in the heart of downtown at the corner of J and 11th street, Preservation serves coffees and teas in a cozy independent coffee shop environment with tables both inside and out. Local art dominates the walls, while an upstairs space (reservable!) provides an alternate place to work, ideate, or create.

Culture Coffee Bar - 2801 McHenry Blvd.

Located at the opposite end of the Hobby Lobby strip mall on McHenry Ave, this bustling coffee shop started as a pop-up coffee trailer at the Modesto Farmers market. Since making the move to brick-and-motar, Culture Coffee Bar has been a go-to destination for brew lovers throughout town.

Good Day Lucille - 1218 H St.

Named after the owner’s grandmother, Good Day Lucille boasts an excellent breakfast and lunch menu along with a variety of espresso coffee drinks. The retro interior vibe is inviting, while outdoor seating is available if you wish to take in some fresh air with your coffee. For those visiting later in the day, quality wines are available as well.   

Screenshot 2023-02-14 at 11.56.30 PMEd Justen -DRE: 02221512  - Affiliated with  Keller Williams. All advice and information given on this blog is sourced from publicly available websites and common knowledge.  Got questions?  Click here to book 30-minute meeting with me.