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A good cafe doesn't just serve a strong cup of coffee; it also has a decor and vibe that's worthy of both your time and your Instagram feed. Here are 37 beautiful coffee shops around the country that will have you sipping and snapping at the same time.

Alfred Coffee, Los Angeles, CA: Trendy Alfred has six coffee shops in Los Angeles, all with gorgeous black and white tilework, green accents, and the Instagram-friendly mantra "But first, coffee" in bold signage. If tea is more your speed, there's also an Alfred Tea House, a millennial pink dream sporting its own neon sign: "Tea, yes. You, maybe." (Photo via Alfred Coffee)

Boxcar Coffee Roasters, Boulder and Denver, CO: This charming Rocky Mountain coffeeshop uses a 1929 roaster and brews coffee in the traditional "cowboy" way. (Photo via Boxcar Coffee)

Brewed Coffee, Fort Worth, TX: Dubbed the "locals' living room," Brewed serves up craft coffee, local beer, and delicious food in a boho chic setting. (Photo via Brewed Coffee)

Black Eye, Denver, CO: This coffehouse has an old-school neighboorhood feel with its brick walls, vintage wood furniture, and roll-up garage door. (Photo via Black Eye)

Cafe Reveille, San Francisco, CA: High ceilings, colorful tiles, pink sidewalk tables, and great coffee? Visiting this cafe is like looking through rose-colored glasses. (Photo via @cafereveille)

Cafe at the Catahoula Hotel, New Orleans, LA: Tucked away in a boutique hotel in New Orleans you'll find this cute cafe and picturesque courtyard. Sip your coffee while enjoying the black and white checkered floors, mint green chairs, greenery accents, and a two-story painting of local burlesque artist Trixie Minx. (Photo via Lesley Chen)
Cha Cha Matcha, New York, NY: You can grab a coffee here, but the real draw is matcha, served in a variety of ways in this calming pink and green oasis. (Photo via Brittany Griffin)
Coava Coffee, Portland, OR: The Portland roaster has four locations in the city (and one in San Diego), and they all boast open airy spaces with ample wood and greenery. (Photo via Coava Coffee)

Coffee for Sasquatch, Los Angeles, CA: If you ever feel like a bit of a monster before you've had your caffeine fix,

head to Coffee for Sasquatch, where the coffee and the bright white space will make you feel human again. (Photo via Coffee for Sasquatch)

Craftwork Coffee Co., Fort Worth, TX: Part coffee shop, part coworking space, all modern vibes. The space and menu are clean, simple, and welcoming, perfect for an afternoon of relaxing, working, or a little of both. (Photo via Craftwork Coffee Co.)

Dinosaur Coffee, Los Angeles, CA:

This Silver Lake cafe — owned by the Cards Against Humanity co-creator — is big on style, with blond wood everywhere and a large white bar in the center. (Photo via Elizabeth Daniels/Dinosaur Coffee)

Du's Donuts, Brooklyn, NY: Acclaimed chef Wylie Dufresne's woodsy and bright-orange casual cafe, located in The William Vale, serves locally roasted coffee and inventive donuts that are picture perfect. (via Eric Medsker/Du's Donuts)

French Truck Coffee, New Orleans, LA: NOLA's French Truck Coffee is sure to put you in a sunny disposition: The cafes are housed in bright yellow buildings with airy interiors to match. (via French Truck Coffee)

Go Get Em Tiger, Los Angeles, CA: GGET has two minimalist coffee bars in Los Angeles that serve good coffee with a shot of motivation. The Los Feliz location also has a big front patio where you enjoy the SoCal sunshine pretty much 365 days a year. (via Go Get Em Tiger)

Guilder, Portland, OR: The name of this cafe was inspired by The Princess Bride, and the light-filled space will make you feel like you're in a fairy tale. (viaEmily Valcarcel/Guilder)

Happy Bones, New York, NY: This Little Italy cafe borrows influences from New Zealand coffee culture and features local art in its retro space. (Photo via Happy Bones)

Houndstooth, Austin, TX: Houndstooth's well-trained baristas make craft beverages in front of this fun coffee cherry-colored blacksplash. (Photo via Houndstooth)

Intelligentsia, Los Angeles, CA: If you have this thing with floors, head to Intelligentsia in hipster Silverlake, where you can grab a shoefie on the Moroccan-patterned blue tiles while waiting in line for your coffee. (Photo via Intelligentsia Silver Lake)

Jane, San Francisco, CA: The caffeine and delicious pastries are aplenty in this cafe in Pacific Heights. The black and white wallpaper, graffiti-decorated mirrors, and giant mounted bull head add stylish ambiance, while the chevron-patterned table tops are ideal backgrounds for snapping food 'grams. (Photo via Brittany Griffin)
La Colombe, Philadelphia, PA: This innovative Philly-based roaster (they're the first to sell draft lattes in a can) has since expanded to New York, DC, and Chicago, but its flagship location in Fishtown is the heart of the brand. The big industrial space has a European atmosphere, an impressive wall mural, and ample communal tables for guests. (Photo via La Colombe)

Loosie's Cafe, Brooklyn, NY: Loosie's is a cafe, bar, and restaurant, and somewhere you'd want to hang out all day. After walking into the greenery clad building, you're greeted by a colorful and bright space and a vintage bathtub filled with plants. (Photo via @loosiescafe)

Madcap Coffee, Grand Rapids, MI: This microroaster in Michigan tastes every batch of coffee they roast and runs a zero waste program. Plus, their sunny, brick-walled space is an ideal spot to enjoy the brew. (Photo via Madcap Coffee)

Maman, New York, NY: This French cafe with multiple locations in New York has a quiet rustic feel with whitewashed walls, architectural lights, and distressed wood tables. (Photo via Maman)

Mañana Coffee and Juice, Austin, TX: Located in the trendy South Congress Hotel, Mañana has a cool vibe with high ceilings, blue tiles, and light wood. (Photo via Mañana)

Panther Coffee, Miami, FL: This Miami cafe has an atmosphere so comfy and relaxing you're likely to stay for more than a cup or two of their small-batch coffee. (Photo via Panther Coffee)

Paramount Coffee Project, Los Angeles, CA: This cafe, an import from Australia, has brought its unique cuisine, specialty coffee drinks, and laid-back vibe from down under to Angelenos. (Photo via Paramount Coffee Project)
Project Cozy, New York, NY: This chill cafe in Nolita has hip-hop references woven throughout (including the menu items) and a bright neon sign in the back to remind everyone just how cozy they should feel. (Photo via Lesley Chen)
Plein Air, Chicago, IL: The name of this French-inspired cafe means "in the open air," and that's the vibe you get in this space. The walls also serve as a revolving showcase for local artists. (Photo via Plein Air)
Sightglass Coffee, San Francisco, CA: The Mission location of this San Francisco has a quaint neighborhood feel. A tiled welcome mat spelling out "coffee" invites people into an airy space decorated with huge windows, lush plants, and a reclaimed redwood ceiling. (Photo via Sightglass)

Stone Creek Coffee, Milwaukee, WI: If you ever find yourself in Milwaukee, head over to Stone Street Coffee, where you can enjoy a "farm to cup" beverage in a bright open space. (Photo via Stone Creek Coffee)

Storyville, Seattle, WA: Seattle is home to plenty of great coffee houses; Storyville is one of them. Their location in the iconic Pike Place Market is filled with dark wood, cozy chairs, and a view of the "Public Market Center" neon sign. (Photo via Storyville Coffee)

The Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club’s Olive & Oliver, Waikiki, HI: Surfjack Hotel's clothing boutique, Olive & Oliver, has an artisanal coffee bar with a gorgeous tiled counter, pale pink walls, and custom-printed cups adorned with pineapples and palm trees. (Photo via Surfjack)
The Mill, San Francisco, CA: The Mill is all modern Scandinavian feels and natural light. And if you don't come here for the atmosphere, then come for the amazing bread, which is baked fresh daily. (Photo via Victor Goods Photography/The Mill)
Third Street Stuff & Coffee, Lexington, KY: Third Street Stuff & Coffee serves locally roasted, Fair Trade Certified Organic coffee in a warm atmosphere of chalk wall art, colorful patio furniture, and ample greenery. The baristas also create fun latte art in the form of zebras, fish, and even Pokémon characters. (Photo via Third Street Stuff & Coffee)
Upper Left Roasters, Portland, OR: This Portland coffee shop specializes in single-origin espresso and pour-over coffee in a space that feels like a breath of fresh air with its light woods, clean lines, and custom-built furniture. (Photo via Upper Left Roasters)
Verve Coffee Roasters, Los Angeles, CA: Santa Cruz-based Verve has a few locations in Los Angeles now. The one on 3rd Street has a wraparound marble and copper bar, wood bar stools, and a "FarmLevel Bar" where you can chat with a knowledgeable barista or buy a bag of hand-scooped beans. (Photo via Verve Coffee Roasters)

The Wheelhouse, Los Angeles, CA: Part cafe, part bicycle store, The Wheelhouse offers coffee, tea, and local bread in a large warehouse space where books and bikes line the concrete walls. (Photo via The Wheelhouse)

Alfred Coffee, Los Angeles, CA: Trendy Alfred has six coffee shops in Los Angeles, all with gorgeous black and white tilework, green accents, and the Instagram-friendly mantra "But first, coffee" in bold signage. If tea is more your speed, there's also an Alfred Tea House, a millennial pink dream sporting its own neon sign: "Tea, yes. You, maybe." (Photo via Alfred Coffee)
Boxcar Coffee Roasters, Boulder and Denver, CO: This charming Rocky Mountain coffeeshop uses a 1929 roaster and brews coffee in the traditional "cowboy" way. (Photo via Boxcar Coffee)
Brewed Coffee, Fort Worth, TX: Dubbed the "locals' living room," Brewed serves up craft coffee, local beer, and delicious food in a boho chic setting. (Photo via Brewed Coffee)
Black Eye, Denver, CO: This coffehouse has an old-school neighboorhood feel with its brick walls, vintage wood furniture, and roll-up garage door. (Photo via Black Eye)
Cafe Reveille, San Francisco, CA: High ceilings, colorful tiles, pink sidewalk tables, and great coffee? Visiting this cafe is like looking through rose-colored glasses. (Photo via @cafereveille)
Coffee for Sasquatch, Los Angeles, CA: If you ever feel like a bit of a monster before you've had your caffeine fix,
head to Coffee for Sasquatch, where the coffee and the bright white space will make you feel human again. (Photo via Coffee for Sasquatch)
Craftwork Coffee Co., Fort Worth, TX: Part coffee shop, part coworking space, all modern vibes. The space and menu are clean, simple, and welcoming, perfect for an afternoon of relaxing, working, or a little of both. (Photo via Craftwork Coffee Co.)
Dinosaur Coffee, Los Angeles, CA:
This Silver Lake cafe — owned by the Cards Against Humanity co-creator — is big on style, with blond wood everywhere and a large white bar in the center. (Photo via Elizabeth Daniels/Dinosaur Coffee)
Du's Donuts, Brooklyn, NY: Acclaimed chef Wylie Dufresne's woodsy and bright-orange casual cafe, located in The William Vale, serves locally roasted coffee and inventive donuts that are picture perfect. (via Eric Medsker/Du's Donuts)
French Truck Coffee, New Orleans, LA: NOLA's French Truck Coffee is sure to put you in a sunny disposition: The cafes are housed in bright yellow buildings with airy interiors to match. (via French Truck Coffee)
Go Get Em Tiger, Los Angeles, CA: GGET has two minimalist coffee bars in Los Angeles that serve good coffee with a shot of motivation. The Los Feliz location also has a big front patio where you enjoy the SoCal sunshine pretty much 365 days a year. (via Go Get Em Tiger)
Guilder, Portland, OR: The name of this cafe was inspired by The Princess Bride, and the light-filled space will make you feel like you're in a fairy tale. (viaEmily Valcarcel/Guilder)
Houndstooth, Austin, TX: Houndstooth's well-trained baristas make craft beverages in front of this fun coffee cherry-colored blacksplash. (Photo via Houndstooth)
Intelligentsia, Los Angeles, CA: If you have this thing with floors, head to Intelligentsia in hipster Silverlake, where you can grab a shoefie on the Moroccan-patterned blue tiles while waiting in line for your coffee. (Photo via Intelligentsia Silver Lake)
Loosie's Cafe, Brooklyn, NY: Loosie's is a cafe, bar, and restaurant, and somewhere you'd want to hang out all day. After walking into the greenery clad building, you're greeted by a colorful and bright space and a vintage bathtub filled with plants. (Photo via @loosiescafe)
Madcap Coffee, Grand Rapids, MI: This microroaster in Michigan tastes every batch of coffee they roast and runs a zero waste program. Plus, their sunny, brick-walled space is an ideal spot to enjoy the brew. (Photo via Madcap Coffee)
Maman, New York, NY: This French cafe with multiple locations in New York has a quiet rustic feel with whitewashed walls, architectural lights, and distressed wood tables. (Photo via Maman)
Mañana Coffee and Juice, Austin, TX: Located in the trendy South Congress Hotel, Mañana has a cool vibe with high ceilings, blue tiles, and light wood. (Photo via Mañana)
Panther Coffee, Miami, FL: This Miami cafe has an atmosphere so comfy and relaxing you're likely to stay for more than a cup or two of their small-batch coffee. (Photo via Panther Coffee)
Stone Creek Coffee, Milwaukee, WI: If you ever find yourself in Milwaukee, head over to Stone Street Coffee, where you can enjoy a "farm to cup" beverage in a bright open space. (Photo via Stone Creek Coffee)
Storyville, Seattle, WA: Seattle is home to plenty of great coffee houses; Storyville is one of them. Their location in the iconic Pike Place Market is filled with dark wood, cozy chairs, and a view of the "Public Market Center" neon sign. (Photo via Storyville Coffee)
The Wheelhouse, Los Angeles, CA: Part cafe, part bicycle store, The Wheelhouse offers coffee, tea, and local bread in a large warehouse space where books and bikes line the concrete walls. (Photo via The Wheelhouse)

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Lesley Chen is a California native who writes about travel, health/fitness, and other lifestyle topics. She has a serious case of RBF and exercises mainly to balance out an aggressive candy addiction.

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