Vote for St. Louis' Most Underrated Coffeehouse


A pumpkin spice latte at Stone Spiral. In a Christmas mug. | Zoe Kline
  • A pumpkin spice latte at Stone Spiral. In a Christmas mug. | Zoe Kline

All we want to do this time of year is curl up in a cozy chair, with a nice warm coffee and a good book. It seems you guys love that, too, so we've got some good nominees for the coffeehouse that could use some more love. Continue on to vote for St. Louis' most underrated coffeehouse.

See also: The 10 Best Coffee Shops in St. Louis

Stone Spiral (2500 Sutton Boulevard, Maplewood; 314-335-7388):

opus_majus: Hands down the COZIEST coffee house is Stone Spiral in Maplewood, love their coffee, food and service. Also Comet Coffee serves absolutely fantastic coffee. I love them both.

Restituo (4100 Shenandoah Avenue)

CraigE: Restituo in the Shaw neighborhood. Relatively new - amazing coffee and all of her coffee mugs are made by the owner. Great breakfast sandwiches and lunch paninis as well. Better yet you almost always run into some good conversation with the neighborhood peeps.

La Cosecha Coffee Roasters (7360 Manchester Road; 314-991-0049)

TDHCIVW: La Cosecha Coffee Roasters is a real hidden gem. I feel guilty admitting that we only tried them for the first time last week, which is unacceptable because we live in Maplewood and we should have gone well before! Enjoy their cozy ambiance and delicious coffees, and in the back is Great Harvest Bread Co. They usually have several delicious items that go great with your coffee!

Gelateria del Leone (3197 South Grand Boulevard; 314-776-3500)

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