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Clarksville cafes: Latte and pour-overs, games and fish among local options



Through September 28, 2021 5:00 p.m.

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – Calling all coffee lovers, whether your preference is iced or hot, spiced pumpkin or not, there are plenty of places in Clarksville to grab a cup of joe.

Yes, there are seven Starbucks locations in town, but there are also a variety of great local options, from third wave coffee at Plumb Line to the Respawn gamer / coffee combo. Here are the cafes of Clarksville.

Black Rifle Coffee Company: Black Rifle Coffee Company took up residence in Tennessee last summer. Their mission statement is: “Black Rifle Coffee Company serves coffee and culture to people who love America”. They import coffee beans from Colombia and Brazil and roast five days a week at their facilities in Manchester, Tennessee and Salt Lake City, Utah. They are located at 2570 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. and are open all week.

Cole’s Coffee: This hidden treasure is located at 741 Madison Street in Suite B. Not only do they offer a delicious arrangement of hot and iced coffees as well as boba, but they also have the most precious fish friend, Polly. They are open from Monday to Saturday.

Get coffee: This cafe located at 3862 Trenton Road has a quaint atmosphere and friendly faces.

Lasater coffee and tea: This local family-owned chain has grown to include two locations in Cleveland, Tennessee. Their beans are custom roasted in Lasater’s warehouse and roasting headquarters in Clarksville. In addition to coffee, they offer single origin teas from Rishi Tea, as well as food and sweets. Lasater’s five locations are at 589 S. Riverside Drive; 2250 Wilma Rudolph Boulevard, Suite O; 894, route 76, office 101; 651 Dunlop Way; and 503 Heritage Pointe Drive. They are open every day except Sunday.

Mugsy’s coffee: This veteran-owned coffee business has two locations at 620 Dunlop Lane and 3291 Fort Campbell Blvd. Their goal is to be a home away from home for their customers, or just a great place to grab a coffee.

Plumb coffee: Their name refers to the construction tool used to create a straight line by which everything else is measured. This applies to their mission to bring a standard of excellence to every cup. The coffee beans they roast are part of the Third Wave coffee movement, and they use Clarksville’s first and only Synesso Hydra espresso machine. Among their offerings are coffees and lattes with homemade syrups. They are located at 124 University Avenue and are open daily.

Ravenwood coffee and creations: This veteran-owned cafe sells its own blend of locally roasted coffee and makes all of its own syrups and flavors while avoiding artificial flavors and preservatives. Herbal teas with natural and organic ingredients are also on their menu. In the shop, they also showcase local artists with handmade stickers, crochet items, designs, woodcuts and more. They’re also animal-friendly and encourage you to grab a puppy cup or dog treats while you’re at it. They are located at 2609 Fort Campbell Boulevard, Suite B, and they are open daily.

Respawn Coffee Company: This veteran-owned gaming café and café opened late last year at 208 Segler Drive in Oak Grove, Kentucky. Their menu includes hot and iced coffee drinks as well as boba. You can grab a coffee and rent a private PC or a virtual reality room for your caffeinated gaming pleasure. They are open seven days a week.

Chris Smith contributed to this report.



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