Get your coffee fix in Fargo-Moorhead

Coffee in Fargo is not just a beverage, it’s a necessity. Locals love to drink all kinds of coffee, not only because it’s delicious, but also because it keeps us warm and toasty during the cold months. With so many great local coffee shops to go to, we thought you might want a list of our favorites.

Youngblood Coffee Co.

This West Coast-themed coffee shop is newer to Fargo and we can’t get enough! Young Blood Coffee Co. creates a beautiful cup of coffee that’s totally instagrammable and delicious.

Recommend to try: homemade sourdough toast with almond butter and strawberry jam with any of the lattes.
623 2nd Ave N, Fargo | (218) 770-4728

Twenty Below Coffee Co.

This family-owned coffee shop not only roasts their own beans, but creates a place where community members and visitors feel welcome to sit and stay for a while. Sit along the coffee bar and chat with the friendly baristas, cozy up on a leather couch, or sit at long wooden tables and have a conversation with a stranger over a superb cup of Twenty Below Coffee‘s house blends.

Recommend to try: Go all in on the pour-over coffee.
14 Roberts St N, Fargo

Stumbeano’s Coffee Bar

Almost everything on Stumbeano’s menu is handcrafted and freshly created for both their Fargo & Fergus Falls locations. Hidden inside the Loretta Building in Downtown Fargo, grab a spot at one of their tables and stay awhile.

Recommend to try: Lavender Latte with a from scratch waffle.
Moving in summer 2019 to Fargo Brewing Company! | (701) 356-5575

Babb’s Coffee House

Babb’s is a Seattle-themed coffee shop in Downtown Fargo, complete with a “Public Market Center” sign above the bar. The coffee and teas are airlifted in from Seattle, so you truly can have a taste of the coast at Babb’s!

Recommend to try: The Dancing Goats is an award-winning drip coffee blend that should not be missed.
604 Main Ave, Fargo | (701) 271-0222

Atomic Coffee

At Atomic Coffee, you’ll find locals meeting over a cup of Joe pretty much any time of day – it’s an institution in Downtown Fargo. Full of natural light from the large windows overlooking Broadway, the industrial-chic interior has plenty of seating. Plus, the coffee is great (and they have various gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan food options).

Recommend to try: The blended mochas are a must-try, but the Italian sodas are a great option for those non-coffee drinkers.
222 Broadway N, Fargo | (701) 478-6160

Beans Coffee Bar

With three locations in Fargo, Beans claims to be “pouring love… one cup at a time.” Each day of the week has a different daily brew flavor, so you’ll never get sick of what’s on the menu! Not to mention, they serve a mini donut on each drink (yum!).

Recommend to try: The Beans Mocha Turtle, a dark chocolate and caramel mocha.
5675 26th Ave S Suite 100, Fargo | (701) 540 9055
2550 S University Dr, Fargo | (701) 566-8187
201 5th St N, Fargo | (701) 271-7715

Red Raven Espresso Parlor

This all-ages venue for music also makes a great cup of coffee! They make specialty drinks for each season at the Red Raven Espresso Parlor, along with a wide variety of loose leaf tea and syrup flavors.

Recommend to try: Bailey’s Breve (on the winter specialty menu) made with Irish cream flavored syrup, espresso, and half & half.
916 Main Ave, Fargo | (701) 478-7337

Red River Coffee Co.

Whenever you walk into Red River Coffee, you will definitely feel at home with the friendly faces, homemade foods, and comfortable seating areas.

Recommend to try: ANY of the homemade donuts (made each morning), and a chai tea latte – one of the best in town.
2600 52nd Ave S, Fargo | (701) 356-3848

Nichole’s Fine Pastry

You’ll feel like you’ve been transported to France or Italy when you step inside Nichole’s Fine Pastry. Rows and rows of pastries line the display cases, and all the flavors are heightened with a cup of their drip coffee.

Recommend to try: Grab a homemade biscotti or scone and fill up on the house drip coffee… it’s unlimited refills when you dine in.
13 8th St S, Fargo | (701) 232-6430

Hopefully this list of coffee shops in Fargo can guide you the next time you’re wildly under-caffeinated. Happy sipping!