2020 has made me appreciate coffee shops a lot more than I did last year. With working from home, I do not know if I could have made it through this year without the ability to switch it up every so often and work at one of these coffee shops.
I have to give Panera the top spot of the year. It is one minute away from my apartment plus I get unlimited coffee for $8.99. That’s a steal so they top the list.
2. Hubbard & Cravens Coffee
Hubbard & Cravens is a nice little coffee shop in Broad Ripple. It is a great quiet place to work and very convenient. I do a lot of meetings there since its central to almost anyone in the city.
3. Indy Coffee Roasters
Indy Coffee Roasters is the coolest and most unique coffee shop on the list. It is very modern and bright plus they have some great coffee. The only downside is the small parking lot in the back.
4. The Well Coffeehouse
The Well is only a minute away from my office so we end up going there a lot. They have very unique drinks to help spice it up for you around the holidays. Also, they have rooms you can book if you want to have a meeting there which is always nice.
Hands down Bovaconti is my favorite tasting coffee shop in Indianapolis. The only reason it dropped to 5 is because for a lot of this year they did not allow people to sit inside and work. If they did, they would have been closer to the top of the list.
I rarely go back to Rockford, Illinois anymore, but I had to throw my two favorite coffee shops from there in as I have spent lots of time there over the years.