Top Coffee Shops in El Paso

Stirred coffee cup on a saucer with a used spoon in front of a person reading a book at a wooden cafe table

The local coffee scene represents a delightful range of artful cafes, seasoned diners, and acclaimed restaurants with a taste for java. Whether you’re looking for high quality beans and brewing methods, inspiring atmospheres for working or starting your day, or simply a local favorite—you can find inspiration with this guide to the top coffee shops in El Paso. 

Kinley’s House Coffee & Tea

Kinley’s House Coffee and Tea is one of the best spots in town to grab some breakfast, brunch, or lunch. The delicious selection of sandwiches, salads, and soups pairs well with specialty drinks such as the shaken iced tea, as well as all of the top-notch coffee options. Keep an eye out for seasonal specialties like autumn’s beloved pumpkin pie latte.  

Kinley’s House Coffee & Tea. 2231 N Mesa St. 

Coffee Box

This newly-remodeled gem of an artful space won awards for being the best coffee shop in El Paso in 2017, 2018, and 2019. The exterior features a brilliant, rainbow-colored portrait of Frida Kahlo, which is inspiring and gorgeous. At Coffee Box you can get to-go canned lattes, and add CBD to any of your drinks— just a few examples of how it’s among the more unique coffee shops in El Paso. 

Coffee Box. 401 N Mesa St. 

The Hive Java Lounge

The Hive Java Lounge is the place to go for coffee aficionados looking for a perk in the city of El Paso. The freshly-roasted beans are expertly curated and delivered in the form of simple black pour overs, lattes, and beyond. Hive’s specialty latte menu is to die for with flavors such as: lavender, dulce de leche, and coconut. 

The Hive Java Lounge. 1505 Dieter Dr. 

Joe Vinny & Bronsons Bohemian Cafe

This local favorite is known for its wide variety of delicious beverages ranging from coffee to craft beer and wine. The coffee here is delicious with a simple, two-dollar drip as the most simple offering. Beyond, there are a number of specialties including the cafe de olla, which is a traditional Mexican spiced coffee with steamed cream and brown sugar. 

Joe Vinney & Bronsons Bohemian Cafe. 824 N Piedras St. 

Hillside Coffee & Donut

Atmosphere and flavor reign supreme at local favorite Hillside Coffee and Donut. Get some work done in the cozy space featuring expansive windows and communal tables. Coffee lovers can explore a wide range of options prepared by a variety of brewing methods such as pour over, and the Chemex process. 

Hillside Coffee & Donut. 4935 N Mesa St.