Folks enjoy the neighborhood feel and there are many regulars. You can easily spend as much for a custom coffee and pastry as you could for a full lunch at most other Santa Fe eateries.
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Within walking distance to most of the east side neighborhood, this locals hangout makes great coffee drinks, chai and teas. Their newspaper and magazine rack is terrific so there's no shortage of things to read. Outside seating in the side patio during warmer months is...More
We were perhaps the only tourists at this local coffee shop. Everyone seemed to know each other. Breakfast burrito - excellent - and pastry - excellent. Good coffee, a free refill. Very pretty outside seating area/patio. Friendly service. Cool concept with magazines and books available....More
In a city filled with great coffee shops, this one is pretty special. Not only can you drink your favourite beverage, you can read one of the many magazines displayed along the racks for that purpose, making this a great place to stop off when...More
Wonderful local hangout for coffee. Much better than Starbucks or other options in town. Great place to sit and read a magazine over coffee or log on to WiFi and relax. Food options are limited. Microwaved quiche or premise burrito are about the best one...More
A neighborhood coffee shop combined with newspapers and magazines, that can be purchased. Coffees are rich, smooth and flavorful. Ambiance is relaxed, friendly, quiet - great place to read. Plenty of seating inside and out. Tasty pastries. Good service. Parking in lot and on the...More
I start each day of my Santa Fe vacations with a visit to Downtown Subscription. It has the perfect local neighborhood ambience, excellent coffee and food choices, and a wide selection of unique publications. In addition to all that, it affords some of the best...More
Cute little coffee shop with a huge magazine section next to Garcia books. They offer quiche, coffee/coffee drinks, teas, and pastries. I had a spinach bacon quiche which was wonderful! The crust was just right and the flavors melded perfectly. The roobios tea was freshly...More
One of the most popular places to have coffee in Santa Fe. One of the few places you can buy a New York Times anytime!