4 Coffee Shops To Satisfy Your Caffeine Craving

These aren't your run-of-the-mill coffee shops. These places have a delicious drink brewin' just for you.

These are coffee shops that are found exclusively in or around North Platte. They are the only place of its kind. Whether you want a classic coffee, lovely latte, or fancy frappuchino, these four unique coffee shops are sure to satisfy your caffeine craving.

1. The Espresso Shop









This hip place provides quality coffee, breakfast/lunch galore, and live musical performances every two Fridays each month. It boasts a spacious, comfy environment with a cool, casual atmosphere. No matter what you’re in the mood for, a freshly brewed coffee, latte, chai, or specialty drink, The Espresso Shop is a must visit. Who knows, it might just become your new go-to.

2. The Coffee Bin









The Coffee Bin is an adorable little kiosk that serves coffee beverages with big flavor. The friendly baristas will have you served in a jiffy and on your way to work, school, or wherever your destination may be. Or, if you wish, enjoy the outdoor seating and explore the nearby garden center.

3. Rockabilly Roasters








Rockabilly Roasters have brewing the perfect cup of coffee down to a science. This coffee shop in the mall was started by a couple with a strong passion for sharing their love of coffee with others. Prided in serving coffee with a touch of vintage sass and class, Rockabilly Roasters will have you believing in love and show you what a great coffee tastes like.

4. Mug (Sutherland)









Mug is a unique coffee shop joint with Allsorts, an artisan store that sells refurbished and handcrafted items plus more. This place is the perfect coffee shop stop to relax and unwind. Where else can you grab delicious coffee and peruse one-of-a-kind pieces?


~About the Author: Lisa van Donk is a longtime North Platte resident and has completed her second year at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, majoring in Advertising and Public Relations with a minor in English. She currently serves as an intern at the North Platte/Lincoln County Visitors Bureau.