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A Cup of Common Wealth
Address: 105 Eastern Ave.
City: Lexington
State: KY
Business Phone Number: (859) 255-0270
Email for general public inquiries: info@acupofcommonwealth.com
Business Website Address: acupofcommonwealth.com
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Covid-19 impact:

Lexington location: 6am-5pm Monday-Friday and 7am-5pm Saturday and Sunday for curbside pickup and outdoor seating. Local delivery within a 3mi radius available 8am-1pm

Georgetown location: 8:30am-2:30pm Monday-Saturday (closed Sunday) for curbside pickup, carryout, outdoor seating, and limited indoor seating available. Mask required while indoors. If no mask is present, they are available for $1 purchase. Local delivery within a 3mi radius available 9am-2pm

 

We see A Cup of Common Wealth as something bigger than just another place to get a caffeine fix — we aren’t looking to be Tambourine Men. We're looking to provide, for everyone, what draws us to the industry – the community, the culture, and incredible cups of carefully, crafted coffee.

Coffee flows through our lifeblood. Hot cups have served as both teachers and friends over the years, but more importantly; they have provided a venue to create and cultivate our lives’ most meaningful relationships. Whether it’s been in cupping rooms, origin trips, Tuesday night Redeyes, esoteric coffee shops, big cities, little towns, or in a mass barista training, the sense of community has always been present and powerful.

That is what A Cup Of Common Wealth is designed to provide: a place to celebrate each other. A place to share smiles and stories, conversations and banter, to make new friends and reconnect with old ones...all facilitated by fine, artisan mugs of coffee.

The same sense of community we find in coffee is what makes the Bluegrass State a true home. To celebrate Kentucky is to celebrate community.

Embrace community.
Serve others.
Create culture.

Products: Coffee and Coffee making accessories
Broomwagon Bikes + Coffee
Address: 800 N. Limestone St.
City: Lexington
State: KY
Business Phone Number: (859) 554-6938
Email for general public inquiries: Cafe Contact: broomwagoncoffee@gmail.com and Bike Contact: broomwagonbikes@gmail.com
Business Website Address: broomwagonbikes.com
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Covid-19 impact:

Available for pickup; closed for dine in; outside seating available

 

We are a full service bike repair and retail shop. We also have a cafe that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner plus coffee, milkshakes, smoothies, pastries, and beer!

Products: Beer, Liquor, Wine,Coffee, Tea, Beverages,Dessert, Frozen Treats, Baked Goods,Hobby, Sports, Outdoor,Meals, Food, Snacks
Services: Other Service - not listed
Chocolate Holler
Address: 400 Old Vine St.
Address Line 2: #104
City: Lexington
State: KY
Business Phone Number: (859) 523-3619
Business Website Address: chocolateholler.com
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Covid-19 impact:

Open for pickup and dine in

 

We serve drinking chocolates, chocolate espresso drinks, coffee, chocolate treats, baked goods, and lots of retail chocolate bars!

CLOSED–Wild Fig Books & Coffee
Address: 726 N. Limestone
City: Lexington
State: KY
Business Phone Number: (859) 739-3207
Email for general public inquiries: wildfigworkercooperative@gmail.com
Business Website Address: wildfigbooksandcoffee.com
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Covid-19 impact:

Closed

 

Wild Fig Books and Coffee was founded by Kentucky writer Crystal Wilkinson and her partner Ronald Davis in the Meadowthorpe area of Lexington before closing there in 2015. They reopened later that year in a renovated turn-of-the-century house on North Limestone. It was and remains the only black-owned bookstore in Kentucky.

In 2018, Crystal and Ron announced that they would be closing the store due to financial difficulties. However, the community so had come to love the space stepped up to save it. The bookstore was sold to a quickly formed “Wild Fig Cooperative” in 2018 and is a safe, sacred space within the walls of the bookstore that carries a legacy of an inclusive, grounding space where community members find their voice and collective vision. We have a variety of offerings, from co-working space to food specials, open mic nights, poetry readings, Drag Queen Storytimes, small concerts, and, of course, books!

Coffee Times Coffee House
Address: 2571 Regency Rd.
City: Lexington
State: KY
Business Phone Number: (859) 277-9140
Email for general public inquiries: contact@coffeetimescoffee.com
Business Website Address: coffeetimescoffee.com
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Covid-19 impact:

Open for pickup and dine in

 

Established in 1983- we sell fresh roasted, bulk coffee, as well as tea, coffee & tea accessories, and gift items. Plus we serve cappuccinos, lattes, cocoas, smoothies, baked goods, and sandwiches, etc at our espresso bar!

Products: Coffee, Tea, Beverages
Midway Bakery and Cafe
Address: 510 S. Winter St.
City: Midway
State: KY
Business Phone Number: (859) 846-4336
Email for general public inquiries: manager@themidwaybakery.com
Business Website Address: themidwaybakery.com
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Covid-19 impact:

Open; patio seating available

 

The Midway Bakery and Cafe creates cookies, pies, scones and more from scratch with real butter and natural ingredients using traditional recipes. Our flours come from Weisenberger Mill down the road; most of the corn and wheat is raised right here in Kentucky. Our chocolate and cocoa powder comes from Ruth Hunt Candies in Mount Sterling. Our pecans are from the Kentucky Nut Corp. in Hickman, Ky. Open 7 days a week.

Store Front at 125 Cheapside
Address: 125 Cheapside
City: Lexington
State: KY
Business Phone Number: (859) 469-8004
Email for general public inquiries: info@natescoffee.com
Business Website Address: natescoffee.com
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Covid-19 impact:

Open; patio seating available

 

Now open in downtown Lexington at Cheapside Park, Nate's Coffee has been roasting for restaurants and cafes around town since 2012! We are known for our freshly roasted, unbelievably smooth small batch coffee.

Products: Hand-crafted beverages, whole bean coffee, pastries, tea
Services: Restaurant or office coffee services
Old School Coffee
Address: 380 S. Mill St.
City: Lexington
State: KY
Business Phone Number: (859) 309-1968
Email for general public inquiries: oldschoolcoffeelex@gmail.com
Business Website Address: oldschoolcoffeelex.com
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Covid-19 impact:

Open; dine in available

 

WHERE ETHICAL SOURCING MEETS FAST + FRIENDLY SERVICE

We believe coffee is more than just a beverage it’s an experience. One that needs to be celebrated and shared. Our customers deserve a quality cup of coffee form a verified source, and they should be able to get one without being late to work. We strive to provide the highest quality cup of coffee with the best customer experience possible.

Old School Coffee is located in the historic Dudley Square. This building certainly has a lot of history, this structure was originally constructed in 1881 where it served as Public School #3. It operated as a school from 1881-1925. The building still has its “old school” charm with plenty of new age designs. We love natural light, exposed brick, and of course great coffee.

Products: Coffee, tea and light breakfast
Third Street Stuff & Coffee
Address: 257 N. Limestone St.
Address Line 2: #1
City: Lexington
State: KY
Business Phone Number: (859) 255-5301
Email for general public inquiries: thirdstreetstuff@gmail.com
Business Website Address: thirdststuff.com
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Covid-19 impact:

Open; pickup, dine in, and outdoor seating available

 

Third Street Stuff continues to raise the bar by serving the best coffee and espresso. Locally roasted and Fair Trade Certified Organic, we happily do our part to serve our community and the world, one cup at a time.

Wallace Station
Address: 3854 Old Frankfort Pike
City: Versailles
State: KY
Business Phone Number: (859) 846-5161
Email for general public inquiries: manager@wallacestation.com
Business Website Address: wallacestation.com
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Covid-19 impact:

Open; pick up and patio seating available

 

Wallace Station, just outside Midway in the heart of Bluegrass horse country and near the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, is a scenic stop for homemade sandwiches, soups, salads, an irresistible bakery case and breakfast. Featured on Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” and The Cooking Channel’s “Best Thing I Ever Ate.” Open 7 days a week.