Warm Up with a Cup of Joe

February 12th, 2021 by

Coffee in SalisburyWinter weather and a hot coffee go together like a PB&J. As the pandemic rolls on, your coffee runs have to stop. Although indoor dining is not available at most coffee shops, don’t let that discourage you from supporting your local coffee shops. Grab your cup of joe on the go! We survive on coffee here at Safford Kia. Here are some of the best small town coffee shops right here in Salisbury, Maryland. 

Rise Up Coffee Roasters

Rise up is a local coffee shop in Maryland with not one but two locations in Salisbury. Rise up is famous for its Coffee Smoothie. Two of my favorite things, coffee, and smoothies. They also have a variety of breakfast options like biscuit sandwiches, rise up burritos, acai bowls (yes please), and everyone’s favorite avocado toast. They actually grow and roast their own wonderful coffee beans for all of the drinks they make! Liking what you taste? Buy your own coffee bags to make at home! They even have a coffee subscription service so you can have it delivered to you once or twice a month for all of us coffee lovers. My order is a little basic but so delicious, a vanilla lavender cold brew. They have items on the menu for everyone. Rise out of bed and head to Rise Up Coffee

Olde Towne Café

As soon as you walk into Olde Towne Cafe, you are greeted with that small town feel. You feel like family. Olde Towne uses Open Seas Coffee to create their drinks. For every cup of coffee, money is directly donated to a charity that builds and supplies fresh drinking water to countries in need. Your cup of joe is directly impacting those who need it most. The coffee is also very delicious. Choose from a variety of different blends and flavors of coffee to make your own coffee creation. Olde Towne Cafe also has incredible breakfast and lunch options. From breakfast sandwiches to soup to lunch sandwiches and paninis, you won’t go hungry here. They also offer delivery and catering! Check out this hometown favorite, Olde Towne Cafe

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