10 West Nashville Coffee Shops


The west side of Nashville is home to some amazing coffee shops. If you’re new to the area, just driving through or a long time local, check out these coffee shops all located in west Nashville.

For locals, West Nashville is typically referred to as the area that encompasses the urban neighborhoods directly of west of downtown, such as The Nations, Sylvan Park and Sylvan Heights, as well as the more surburban neighborhoods like Belle Meade, West Meade and Bellevue.


Photo courtesy of Headquarters Facebook page

4902 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN

Instagram: hqsnashville

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Headquarters is easy to miss. That comes with the territory when they are nestled in a 9-foot wide space! Nevertheless, they hope that you will enjoy their cozy little slice of West Nashville as much as they do. From the original 1800’s signage painted on their brick wall to their spacious back deck and patio area, they are glad to be your Headquarters for a quick pick-me-up on the run, a long lazy chat with old friends, or anything in between.

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28th & Roast

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4104 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN

Instagram: eightandroast

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It all started when childhood friends Ed and Q began meeting at a little coffee shop named 8th And Roast. As they laid plans to build their dream restaurant, the coffee shop became their unofficial headquarters. Coming from a hospitality background, they realized a coffee shop is always more than just a coffee shop. At its best, it’s a third home, a place to feel welcomed, connected, and part of a larger community.

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3Sump Coffee

Sump Coffee
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8 City Blvd, Nashville, TN

Instagram: sumpcoffeenashville

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The primary pursuit at Sump is the perfect handcrafted cup of coffee –regardless of the brewing method. This is their grail and quest. Each palate is different and comes with its own context and history. They do not know that they will find this ‘grail’ or that it is something other than myth –like a unicorn or chupacabra.  But, most of the interesting stuff in life happens in the doing, in the questing.

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4Three Brothers Coffee

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2813 West End Ave, Nashville, TN

Instagram: threebrothersnashville

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Since 2015, Three Brothers Coffee has been serving specialty coffee and tasty snacks to the world’s finest venture ready customers. They are a group of seasoned hospitality professionals who love striking a balance between culinary excellence and relaxed vibes. Three Brothers Coffee is for everyone, so come visit them in West Nashville or bring them along on your next adventure!

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5The Cafe at Thistle Farms

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5122 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN

Instagram: thecafeatthistlefarms

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Their story is their mission! Love is the strongest force for change in the world. Together, they light the way for women seeking sanctuary by providing housing, healing, and meaningful employment!

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6Ugly Mug Coffee Cafe and Roastery

Ugly Mug Coffee
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5307 Centennial Blvd, Nashville, TN

Instagram: uglymugnations615

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Ugly Mug is a locally owned, Tennessee based roaster, and they have been doing their thing for three generations. Their family is passionate about their craft and they are dedicated to the happiness of their customers. They source their coffees directly from farms and select the perfect beans. Their head roaster “Crafts” the bean to coax out the most delicate and rare flavors, creating a product that their customers love. They are dedicated to the coffee experience and they hope you will enjoy these beans as they have!

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7Dose Coffee

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3431 Murphy Rd, Nashville, TN

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Dose started in 2009 with the goal of introducing Nashville to a style of coffee that focuses on the origins of the product, the art of the preparation, and enjoyment of the presentation. Since that time, they have grown to include a full-service kitchen, a bakery, and an extensive retail selection of home brewing equipment and freshly roasted coffee. Dose is proud to serve a rotating selection of coffees from Counter Culture Coffee all year. Dose was also Nashville’s first multi-roaster coffee shop!

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8Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee

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7113 Charlotte Pike, Nashville, TN

Instagram: lth_westnashville

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Before the Rwandan Civil War in 1994, coffee was a big thing, but after years of fighting and genocide, the industry – and trust between neighboring farmers – collapsed. To help create employment opportunities and bring people together, founder, Jonathan Golden, built the first LTH coffee washing station in the Ruli farming region. He also bought a 12lb primo roaster and hired a consultant to teach him how to roast beans, thinking that if this idea did not work, he would at least have coffee to give as gifts for the next 20 years. Lucky for him, and Nashville, it worked!

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9Cafe Ma’kai

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1210 Wedgewood Ave, Nashville, TN

Instagram: cafemakai_nashville

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Cafe Ma’kai is your neighborhood cafe focused on serving high quality breakfast, lunch, coffee, and cocktails. They believe that their customers should not have to wonder what is in their food or where it comes from. That is why all of their food comes from local, sustainable sources and is always free of preservatives and additives. Simple, fresh and unaltered.

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Photo courtesy of Fido Facebook page

1812 21st Ave S, Nashville, TN

Instagram: fidonashville

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The popular Hillsboro Village café opened in 1996 as a coffee-roasting cafe with an emphasis totally on coffee. In 2000, the coffee roasting moved to East Nashville and food slowly became the focus. An all-day menu featuring local produce, cheese, dairy and meats convinced the Nashville Scene to name Fido the best place for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Fido carries a curated selection of local beers, interesting wines and (of course) a full coffee bar featuring organic beans from its sister company Bongo Java!

For more information and to view their menu, click here.

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