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Milstead & Co.
770 N 34th St
Seattle, WA 98103
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- Sunday: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Monday: 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Tuesday: 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Wednesday: 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Thursday: 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Friday: 6:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Saturday: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
Cuisine: Coffee and Tea
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4.9 of 5.0 from 131 reviews
price range:Less than $10
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Milstead & Co. Reviews
So Nice to stop by ❤️
by Saeed D
Nice spot to work at or for a coffee/tea break. Great americano as well as the turmeric tonic tea. They have a few pastries.
by Ariana V
Latte checks all my boxes. Recommended.
by Bosie A
Great fresh brewed coffee. Ok baked goods-- would be better if you could heat them up.
by Bridget A
Friendly staff, wonderful selection of single-origin coffees.
by Corey C
I love the Theo Mocha here—it's very rich and unique. The WiFi password is "milstead" spelled backwards.
by Scott S.
Rotating aeropress means there's always something new brewing up
by Jason K
Great shop. Friendly people.
by Geof C
Legit cappuccino from friendly knowledgeable baristas. Possibly the best i have had in Seattle.
by Natarajan C.
Good coffee. ☕️Normally I go for a cappuccino but in this case for the special brew of the day. WiFi. Plugs. Enough space for all coffee and Internet + cool vibe seekers.
by Yulia M
If you are from out of town and visiting take a short walk to the Freemont Troll
by Oremo Ochillo
They sell a ton of different brands of beans like Intelligentsia
by Michele F
Good place to have a coffee, each week they serve beans from different rosters.
by Vic C
big choice of artisan roasts from around the country
by Amy R.
The friendly staff makes delicious pour overs. Usually with an Aeropress but you can ask for it to be done with a V60 or Chemex
by Carl T.
Really tasty Stumptown espresso
by Miha R.
Milstead offers a great selection of coffees served by friendly and informative baristas. If you care about coffee, go to Milstead & Co. Amazing pastries too!
by Ryan C
The best flat white in Seattle.
by Roz Thomas
Get the almond croissant.
by Jonathan A
Rare coffee found. Great aeropress.
by Lynne Qu
Espresso and croissant
by Nigini Abilio
Very friendly staff, excellent coffee
by Steve C.
by Zach Negrey
커피숍 업계의 제3웨이브라고하는 '멀티로스터 카페'의 대표 주자 중 하나로 Stumptown, Heart Roasters 등의 원두를 사용한다. 시애틀 방문시 꼭 들려보길 권한다.
by Stephen D
Easily the best mocha on the west coast.
by Melon L.
Classic latte & Gluten Free Biscuit with Marion Berry Jam
by Kaitlin D
Beyond the coffee --which is really good in a city of third wave coffee -- the barista was genuinely friendly in a non-obnoxious way. I liked that people were hanging out working. Excellent place.
by Myasha Berman
Get the milk chocolate mocha or vanilla latte! Dark chocolate was a tad too bitter even for my taste, and I generally love 70% dark chocolates.
Temporary location across the street (under the bridge). Same amazing service and drinks.
by Joe M.
Great coffee, friendly baristas. Awesome beans selection. Only downside is that there's no windows in here.
by Angela W.
Undoubtedly some of the best coffee I've ever had, and the service could not have been better.
by Crystal F.
Excellent cappuccinos in a wonderful store. The baristas are very knowledgeable and friendly. Love the Acaia scales that they use to dose!
by Jonno M
Awesome hipster coffee joint. Super crowded and wifi doesn't seem to work for me but coffee was good and they sell Heart coffee from Portland!!!!
by Allen C.
Excellent pastries to accompany your well balanced coffee
by sheela t.
It's a classy one. Coolest staff ever. Try the Theo Mocha, if you're into chocolates!
by Nitish Meena
Love the environment here. Solid baristas too. Great place to get some work done.
by Joey Brantley
Quite possibly the best coffee in Seattle. Unless you like bad coffee.
by Rohit S.
Got the cold brew; delicious coffee, great atmosphere and plenty of seating.
by Justin I
Dark inside but the coffee is worth it.
by Logan C
Easily one of the best espresso places in Seattle
by Kelly J
Ruby, always in stock and ready.
by Ryan C.
Good latte but not sure why it's rated #1 in Seattle on 4sq. Would prefer if they roasted their own beans. Pastry offerings were also lacking.
by Allie 🎄 S.
The mochas with Theo chocolate are awesome! Super strong, quality coffee and the baristas are always very friendly. Tea is also a great option here
by Katie Yamada
by Allison Y.
The rotating cold brew is always excellent
by Rohit Gopal
Great, friendly staff. Cool, neighborhood art in their patio area. Delicious cold brew.
by Daniel T.
Burnt Sugar Lemonade!
by Mike Gottlieb
There's a ping pong table out back!
by Daniel C.
Good cap 👌🏻
by Agatha Y.
Can't go wrong with your pick of roast and an aero press.
by Sarah Foley
These folks pull the best shot in the city!
by Daniel B.
Love this place—coffee, atmosphere, service, they have it all! 1 issue: lap tops take up most of the seats, which isn't their fault, but you'll need luck finding places to sit. Good luck!
by Melissa S
Good service always, love explaining the aero press!
Bike rack outside...good stop for pre-ride espresso
by frank pet
Can't go wrong with your pick of roast with an aero press!
by Sarah Foley
my go-to spot for brewed coffee - diverse wordly selection changes nearly every day. espresso drinks also very good. baristas super friendly.
by Jon P.
The spot for 3rd wave coffee in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle. Rotating coffees from the nation's top toasters. Brewed coffee program focuses on Aeropress methods.
by Carl F.
The aeropress coffee bar is one of a kind.
by Pamela O.
Really great space. Lots of light and room for working. Good wifi. Excellent coffee.
by Rian v.
Awesome espresso and tasty pastries. Try their turkey and cheese croissant!
by Andrew C.
by Yuji Otsubo
Pour over coffee
by mark foltz
The best coffee in Seattle. Jeff, Lucas, Corey and the rest of the crew are awesome. Chocolate chip cookie here is also good!
by Aya S.
Local roasted beans, get the Theo mocha
by Leah Li
Best coffee in Seattle...no discussion...
by Ricardo H.
If you're patient and resourceful you can find a couple of hidden utility outlets on the outdoor patio. Between that and the lovely coffee you'll be thoroughly fueled for the morning.
by Chris S.
Best lattes and pumpkin seed bread is yummy!
by Ashley M.
Aeropress coffee, friendly staff
by Paula W
Get the house lemonade on a summer day.
by Kaleem R.
Caffeine-free option: iced plum ginger tea. Super delicious.
by Jason K
A cappuccino from Milstead is always delicious. The best coffee shop this side of Queen Anne hill.
by Katlin D.
Great espresso and other drinks filed under etc
by sheela t.
The coldbrew done at its finest!
by Outhorn K.
Great Mocha with Theo Chocolate and cold brew coffee!
by Dan P.
Best coldbrew I've had in a long time.
by Crystal G.
Good coffee, great staff and great outdoor seating.
by Vincent F.
Bags of Coava, Ruby, Stumptown, Intelligentsia, Wreckingball, Kuma, Bows x Arrows, Ritual. They are consistently holding the best selection in Seattle to experiment with.
by Martin R.
cold brew and chocolate chip cookie for an afternoon pick-me-up
by Jon P.
Nice place. Feels very Sightglass Coffee.
by Kirill Z.
Nation's 7th best coffee shop in USA Today listing in 2014. https://usatoday.com/story/travel/destinations/2014/06/14/coffee-shops/10489389/
by Ahmet Alp B.
Wifi password is "daetslim" (milstead spelled backwards)
by Trevin C.
by Sidwyn K.
“They’re serious about extraction,” says Atlas Coffee Importers’ Karen Kazmierzcak. In those extractions are what Kazmierzcak thinks are the “best coffees from multiple roasters."
Try the burnt sugar lemonade
by Alex D.
Best baristas evaaaaaar.
by Steve D.
try their housemade vanilla syrup!
Best latte you will ever drink.
by Kevin H.
Cool spot, but really annoying that they don't have non-fat milk (but will pretend they do if you order it, unless you notice or press them).
by Brandon P.
Frothiest soy cappuccino ever!
by Shahi H.
Extremely impressed by this place. A variety of brew methods, and very skilled barista work n
by Matt R.
Enjoy the view. It's one of the best in #Seattle.
by Mark N.
What to Order: A coffee made at the beautiful pour-over bar.
by Chris M.
Strawberry scone is the one of the best I've ever had.
by Matthew K
Friendliest baristas I have ever encountered!
by Nirmal G.
Great cappuccino! Nice (big) space. Troll sightings reported.
by Alex A.
Burnt sugar lemonade, oh man.
by Ni M.
Such a great mild iced coffee. Loved the outdoor patio.
by Charles S.
Wifi password: daetslim
by Ahmet Alp B.
Definitely try the nutella brioche
by Michael A
Try the sipping chocolate
by Richard L.
Try a dry cappuccino. Deliciously smooth.
by Ursula Kallio
Excellent espresso, nice baristas, clean minimal interior. One of the best cafes in Seattle and 100% worth the trip to Fremont.
by Brian J
The only place in town that makes a latte that tastes like coffee, not milk. Worth the extra buck.
by Oksana Z.
Great place. Amazing coffees. Coava, Stumptown & Intelligentsia. Check out the Theo super dark mocha, bitter but you can add a bit of vanilla. Cool vibe and nice people.
by Anthony G.
Theo mocha. Do it. Get it with the 85% cacao chocolate.
by Dustin K.
Mocha mocha mocha.
by Patrick V.
by Joshua L.
My @pandafoodie suggestion for here: pair a 12 oz latte with an Italian croissant.
by Felice L.
A @pandadoodie found fact via the barista in the Mariners hat: pastries come from two places, Macrina Bakery and La Toscanella. Ask them and they'll confirm where your pastry was "born" if you care.
by Felice L.
They have the best chai in the city
by Cyndy E.
Best chocolate chip cookies ever. Their other pastries are pretty weird.
by Meredith S.
By far the best coffee in Fremont. Their mochas are made using pulverized Theo chocolate bars!
by Matt K.
Coffee is excellent, pastries are weird.. Just discovered today their chocolate chip cookies are amazing!
by Meredith S.
No decaf coffee, but extremely friendly staff.
by Adrienne S.
Baristas are very friendly, espresso is great, and the squash harvest bread is delicious.
by Matt B.
Best coffee shop in Seattle, hands down.
by Josh C
They use madagascar vanilla beans to make their own vanilla syrup in-house. Yum!
by Sarah A.
Best new coffee shop in Seattle!
by Jane H.
There's strong & reliable wifi now.
by Gina K.
Do not look Andrew in the eyes. Much like a bear he may become enraged and attack.
by Dan C
Talk to Andrew, he's nice and will chat you up.
by Joshua T.
Andrew is experimenting with his own roaster. Ask him to try a taste.
by Bfortch F.
Come here to spot world famous coffee people. And maybe drink their coffee.
by Anne Nylander
Try some black cat analog espresso
Try the nutella bomb, wow they are good, especially with a nice cup of cappuccino.
by Jessica V.
Fremont needed a place like Milstead &Co.
by Outhorn K.
No WiFi, yet.
by Enrico M.
Great herbal teas, but unfortunately they don't serve any decaf coffees.
by Zach H.
Aeropress is always a win for me, it's certainly worth a try.
by Joshua M.
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