Search Results
Peet's Coffee & Tea, Hamilton
5800 Nave Dr, Novato, CA 94949
Peet's Coffee & Tea at the new Hamilton Marketplace shopping area features a wide variety of flavors for both coffeeMore and tea. It relies on rich coffee blends and fresh fruit fusions to edge out competitors in the drink market. Peet's also offers a number of baked goods and most of its tea blends are available for purchase. It also sells novelty items, including journals, CDs and various coffee accessories. This Hamilton Marketplace location is notorious for a lack of parking, so patience is required.
Starbucks Coffee, Vintage Oaks
132 Vintage Way, Novato, CA 94945
America's favorite coffee shop has several locations around Novato. At the Vintage Way location, customers can surf theMore free wireless internet and access the coffee chain's iTunes music library while they enjoy their cup of coffee or mid-day snack at one of 12 indoor tables. Customers can also choose to purchase from a variety of novelty items including mugs, coffee makers and CDs.
Dr. Insomniac's Coffee and Teas
800 Grant Ave, Novato, CA 94945
A quaint coffee shop located on Old Town's main drag, Grant Avenue, Dr. Insomniac's — previously known as Dr.More Insomnia's — has been serving up coffee and tea since 1994. It still retains that hometown feel out of a classic red barnlike building at the corner of Grant and Reichert. The charismatic baristas are always ready with freshly brewed coffee, tea and baked goods and customers can often be seen drinking their coffee outside on the charming patio. It has a quiet area in the back tbat fewer people know about. The motto at Dr. Insomnia's? "Caffeinate and dominate."
Marin Coffee Roasters, Ignacio
466 Ignacio Blvd, Novato, CA 94949
In July 2011, Marin Coffee Roasters took over a corner location at Pacheco Plaza previously known as La Coppa, BonavitaMore and Prudie's. It is run by Tim and Tami Mock, who have another location (drive-through only) on South Novato Boulevard. Tim started in the coffee business at this Ignacio location in 1994 back when it was Prudie's Espresso. The 1,000 square-foot coffee spot is in the middle of the newly-renovated Pacheco Plaza and has additional outside seating, shade umbrellas and a prime corner spot. The place is a relaxing sanctuary amid this busy shopping center.
See more »