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This independent New Jersey cafe named one of the best!

This topic suits me perfectly, coffee ☕️ is always a welcome topic so it’s an easy topic of discussion. There’s nothing better than a good cup of coffee to start the day off right. ☀️

This article is something I came across this week from Wall Street 24/7 The article titled “America’s Best Independent Coffee Shops”, they focused on several locations that they picked as the best of the best. According to the 24/7 Wall St. article, they reviewed and extrapolated information from articles and rankings on a wide range of websites, including details on Travel & Leisure, Eater, Food & Wine, The Culture Trip, Fodors, Cheapism, Eater, Yelp, Time Out and Big Seven Travel as well as many local and national cafes. So there was a lot of data in that survey.

In this article, there was a cafe in New Jersey that made its “Best Independent Cafes” list and it was a place called Roast located in Fort Lee, Hasbrouck Heights and Franklin Lakes. They place their baristas with the best beans from around the world which are roasted on site. They also have many single origin coffees on the menu. Personally, I haven’t been to any roast places, but next time I’m in those areas I will.

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What makes a good “coffee shop”? Obviously the coffee and the selection of what is available. Add to that the baristas and ambience and you have great coffee and I’m sure you’ve visited many on your travels.

Shawn Michael

Shawn Michael

We’d love to hear about some of the great coffees you’ve enjoyed over the years, so post your comments and recommendations below 👇🏻 and enjoy a great cup of coffee.

Shawn Michael

Shawn Michael

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