Best Coffee Shops in Oahu
Aloha to all coffee aficionados! If you’re looking for a fresh cup of joe on the island, read on!
Did you know Hawaii is the only U.S. state growing coffee on a commercial scale dating back to the 1800’s? Samuel Reverend Ruggles, an American missionary, planted the first coffee tree in Kailua-Kona (right here in Oahu) and is the state’s top agricultural products today! If you’re in the North Shore and interested in checking out the only coffee farm in Oahu, visit Waialua Estate, home to 155-acre coffee farm that specializes in growing coffee and cacao (chocolate)!
We’ve rounded-up a few must-stop shops to get you fueled-up – here’s a guide for all the coffee lovers while you’re in Oahu!
ARS CAFE – high quality coffee from all over the world, delicious homemade gelato and a platform to feel inspired through our Art Gallery; showcasing different artists and mediums.
ARVO – Offering amazing blends and super avocado toast, Aussie style and Vegemite and all.
Bills Hawaii – Flat White, Long Black and Piccolo Lattes here at this Aussie restaurant + cafe! Enjoy your coffee with a order of their famous ricotta hotcakes
Honolulu Coffee Co. – Finest 100% Kona Coffee in the world, served from our Farm to your Cup.
Island Vintage Coffee – Locally sourced, seasonally inspired – providing the finest gourmet 100% Kona coffee for coffee lovers around the world!
Kona Coffee Purveyors – Located at The International Marketplace and just a four-minute walk from Shoreline Hotel Waikiki – Honolulu-based artisan Kona coffee roasters offers an assortment of hand-crafted espresso and coffee beverages.The flagship cafe is a collaboration with San Francisco’s James Beard 2018 Outstanding Baker b. patisserie where the pastries are produced and baked on-site daily!
Morning Glass Coffee – Known for its drip coffees and serves fresh-roasted local and world coffees!
Punchbowl Coffee – Serves only 100% locally grown Hawaii coffee out of their cute coffee truck shop and has the “best iced coffee on island” – located in Waikiki.