There are dozens of places to get your caffeine fix in Northern Virginia, from locally-owned coffee shops to hip and modern coffee houses to quaint mom and pop cafés to popular national chains. There are even several shops that roast their coffee beans right on site! Warm up with a delicious cup of joe in Fairfax and add these places to your must-try list.

29th Parallel Coffee

This neighborhood coffee house in Fairfax Station focuses on the specialty coffee experience, taking meticulous pride in perfecting brewing methods and crafting the perfect cup for their guests. Be on the lookout for an ever-changing seasonal menu.


Beanetics Coffee Roasters

Annandale’s only independently-owned micro coffee roasting facility, Beanetics offers house-roasted beans from a variety of growing regions around the world to try at home and has a rotating café menu in their small location.


Caboose Commons

Many associate the name Caboose with its exceptional beer, but Caboose Commons in Merrifield is more than just a local favorite taproom. Open each day at 7am, this three-floor communal space offers a full coffeehouse and food menu. Note: They are a cashless establishment, so come prepared!


Cafein

A favorite local coffee shop on the western side of Fairfax County in Chantilly, Cafein produces some truly awesome latte art while bringing the city concept of the coffee scene to the suburban area. Baristas are heavily trained and the quality shines through in the coffees, espressos, and lattes served.


Caffe Amouri

This Vienna favorite is one of the few small-batch coffee roasters in the DC region and all baristas are trained by Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) Certified Baristas. Be sure to keep up with their social media to find out special events such as fundraisers, art sales, and other happenings that support local communities. (Catch cafe owner Michael Amouri in our Feel Good Friday video talking about why he loves the Town of Vienna!)


Cervantes Coffee

A woman-owned roasting facility in Springfield focusing on single-origin coffee that also features a cozy café filled with espresso drinks and light bites. Sign up for tours of their warehouse, take cupping classes, or get your name on their coffee subscription list for freshly roasted beans straight to your door!


Clifton Café

Styled after a European café, this quaint gathering place is located along Main Street in the heart of historic Clifton. Try a signature latte, a delicious affogato, or one of their fabulous crêpes while enjoying their inviting outdoor patio.


Crepes & Karak Café

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Crepes & Karak Café is a first of its kind coffeehouse, as America's first cafe serving authentic Karak Chai - a blend of loose black tea, milk, and spices - and Chapati, along with a variety of savory and sweet crepes and hot beverages. Try one of their sweet waffles and crepes to go with your coffee! 


De Clieu Coffee & Sandwiches

A popular café destination in the City of Fairfax, De Clieu supports local roasters who focus on naturally processed African and Indonesian coffees. De Clieu is big on the French Press method and partners with Intelligentsia Roasters. Seasonal espresso drinks often available, as well as a large sandwich menu.


Gathering Grounds

Conveniently located to the George Mason University Fairfax campus, Gathering Grounds is a local independent coffee shop serving up beverages through some of the best brewing methods available and sourcing from independent growers in coffee-producing regions around the world.

 

Greenberry's Coffee Roasters

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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With over two decades of coffee roasting under their belt, Greenberry's Coffee Roasters serves up their traditional brews, teas, and their signature Nitro Cold Brew. Try their frozen spicy almond chai, or feel warm and fuzzy with a traditional sweet latte. 


Katie’s Coffee House

Feel the warmth of Irish tradition and coffee at this local gem! Nestled next door to The Old Brogue Irish Pub in Great Falls Village, Katie’s Coffee House serves up illy coffees, breakfast, sandwiches, and baked goods. 


Lake Anne Coffee House & Wine Bar

Enjoy a lakefront view at this family-owned spot at Lake Anne Plaza while enjoying locally roasted beans sourced from nearby Caffe Amouri. Kick back on their waterfront patio with their locally sourced menu - plus, it's dog friendly! 


Mom & Pop

A new concept from the team at Dolcezza, Mom & Pop at Mosaic features coffee from Sey Coffee Roasters, plus pastries, sandwiches, snack boards, and adult beverages. Walk across the street for homemade gelato from sister-shop Dolcezza.


Republik Coffee Bar

Originally opened in Arlington, Republik Coffee Bar is bringing their blends to Fairfax County at their Tysons location. Serving up a variety of blends, along with specialty lattes, Nitro Cold Brews, and seasonal teas, guests can enjoy a quiet escape away from the main hustle & bustle of the Tysons area.


Simply Social

Local gourmet coffee shop nestled in an unassuming strip mall in central Fairfax County, Simply Social has become a popular place for locals seeking fresh coffees, espresso drinks, teas, and delicious pastries and breakfast items. Plus, oftentimes, beverages are served with a piece of a pizzelle cookie. Plus, you can soon look forward to a new, second location coming to Vienna!


Weird Brothers Coffee

The first coffee roaster in Herndon, Weird Brothers is a family-run, veteran-owned, and community-first small-batch coffee roaster dedicated to creating coffee that stands apart from everything else. You can also find goods from many local makers on site. Pick up a frequent visitor card and collect stamps! (Now with two locations!)
 


This list of local coffee shops is a good start, but there are many others we just couldn’t fit in here. You can find more cafés and shops on our Restaurants page, but if there are some, in particular, you think we absolutely should have had on this list, let us know in the comments below! And join the caffeinated conversation on social media using #FXVA and @VisitFairfax.