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The Oroville Coffee Scene


What’s Brewing in Oroville? There is no better way to slow down and enjoy the leisurely rhythm of a small town than with a good cup of coffee and Oroville’s local coffee scene definitely delivers!  Our coffee purveyors also provide a window into the heart of our community. So come connect with a local at one of our fab-brew-lous sit down coffee shops or ask your drive thru barista about where to go on your next adventure (we are willing to bet they mention the Lost Lake rope swing or the cliffs at Blue Lake!) Each of our coffee shops provides its own unique window into Oroville. Read on...

 

My Place Coffee and Cream 811 Appleway St. Oroville WA


With plenty of seating, a comfortable couch and fireplace, My Place CNC is a downtown hub. The shop features unique decor from their hand painted tables and chairs to their seasonal decor to a unique mural piece of Oroville’s history. The friendly service, great coffee, breakfast goodies & lunch specials are what keep locals coming back. The coffee shop is also connected to one of Oroville’s well-loved thrift shops, The Wright Place and My Kidz Place Daycare (but don’t worry, the toddler energy is contained in a separate space!). Conveniently located across from the Oroville Library and the Saturday Farmer’s Market is open daily until 3:00 except Sunday.


 

Java Junkie Espresso 2308 Hwy 97, Oroville WA 


The lineup of cars at the “Espresso” coffee stand is your first clue where you can find local favorite, Java Junkie Espresso. Nestled near the entrance to the Veteran’s Memorial Park campground, this coffee stand is a quick walk for those camping at Osoyoos Lake and offers a picnic table to sit and enjoy your caffeinated beverage. Java is a favorite on-the-go stop for coffee, a quick sandwich (toasted jalapeno bagel with cream cheese, anyone?!) or one of their popular Lotus drinks. Chances are your young friendly barista is a homegrown local who can answer most of what you need to know about Oroville. They might even have a special treat for your pooch and point you to the owner’s other business, Dirty Paws Pet Grooming, where you can find a self-serve dog wash in case Fido found something to roll in while on vacay! Read a local's review.

 

Salted at the 1940  1940 Main St, Oroville WA


Housed in one of Oroville’s cutest destinations, The 1940, Salted shares its home with Jamie’s Clothing and Gift Shop. Salted is a short walk from the Osoyoos Lake campground and offers a cozy interior and summer seating on the lawn. The shop offers great coffee and homemade breakfast treats and lunch options. Their menu changes frequently as the owner experiments with tasty new recipes! And, with a selection of beer and wine, this welcoming destination has something for everyone. There is even a drive thru window for those on the go!


 

Expressions Espresso 718 Appleway St, Oroville WA


Another local coffee shop favorite is Expressions. With a drive thru and indoor and outdoor seating, Expressions is a great place to stop in for something special before you hit our local shops or your thrifting adventure.  Don't miss their cold brew – a perfect companion for those hot Oroville afternoons. Located in the heart of Oroville. Great coffee, breakfast and lunch treats. Read a local's review here.


 

Hometown 1315 Main St, Oroville WA

The coffee may not be a main feature at Hometown but if you are looking to pick up some super special bakery treats, check out Hometown! This cozy restaurant and bakery features a made from scratch menu and the baked goods are no exception. These tasty homemade treats (try the carrot cake muffin!) stand on their own with a simple cup of Joe. As the name suggests, Hometown is a local favorite for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

 

One thing that unites folks is the love of a good cup of coffee and the charm and individuality of each of Oroville’s local coffee purveyors make them each special in their own unique way. So come discover what’s brewing in Oroville, WA and explore our “fab-brew-lous” local coffee scene. See more...

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