Some say that the City of Las Vegas doesn’t really sleep. So, if you want to get the most out of your time here, you’ll want some good coffee, and maybe a bit of food for energy.
The good news is that the city is actually packed with plenty of excellent coffee shops. Here are some you might want to try out.
Yaw Farm Coffee Roaster
This is a take-out only coffee shop, but they sure offer excellent coffee. You don’t have to get complicated about it, as a simple cup of black coffee will be excellent. But if you’re feeling adventurous, try the cold brews with mini marshmallows.
Dark Moon Coffee Roasters
You’ll find this café in Henderson, where they actually roast the coffee on site. In fact, they even craft their cold brew and syrups in-house. They’re even the supplier of coffee beans and canned cold brew for several retailers in the Southern Nevada area.
In any case, just sit back and relax here, and try their lattes and espressos. And don’t forget their pour-over coffee as well.
Bad Owl Coffee
This might be a fun café for the whole family, what with the Harry Potter theme going on. Let your kids try the butter brew latte, and get a cup for yourself, too. There’s a rotating drip, plus espresso drinks, cold brew, and special Japanese-style iced coffees.
Mothership Coffee Roasters
You’ll find several locations of this café spread out all over the city, and that’s nice and convenient. That way, you won’t have any trouble enjoying their in-house roasted coffee beans and even farm-to-table baked goods. Their coffee beans are so good that they’re the supplier for many other restaurants in the nearby areas.
Illumilatte Brew Society
The name is cool, but the place is even cooler. It’s a favorite hangout for study, as you can relax here from 6am to midnight while enjoying your iced Nutella latte (seriously). There’s even a gingerbread chai latte as well.
Gäbi Coffee & Bakery
Yes, it’s rather hard to find this café. It’s hidden behind some heavy wooden doors in an unremarkable parking lot in Chinatown. But once you find it, you’ll find yourself charmed.
It’s actually a Korean coffee shop that offer some of the most Instagram-worthy desserts in the whole city. Everything goes perfectly with the espressos and the pour-overs. But try The Gabi, which is a dry cappuccino with sprinkles of ground coffee and raw sugar on top.
Grand Lux Café
You’ll find the Grand Lux Café at the Venetian, right by the casino. That means it’s open 24/7.
It’s actually a full-fledged restaurant with an extremely extensive menu, with pasta, pizza, chicken, steak, seafood, burgers, and other appetizers available. At night, they serve drinks as well.
But you can get good coffee here, along with excellent brunch and starter options. Try the Honey Vanilla Latte to start with, and get any burger you want.
And even if you’re a vegetarian, they have this fantastic Grand Lux Burger Melt with plenty of cheddar cheese, grilled onions, and Thousand Island dressing all on grilled parmesan cheese bread.