Roasters

At Coffee Shop, we celebrate great coffee roasters from all over the country! Our partners are always sending us their latest & greatest coffees to share with our guests, as well as retail bags to brew at home!


Andytown Coffee

Andytown Coffee Roasters was founded in 2014 by Michael McCrory and Lauren Crabbe to bring specialty coffee roasting to the Outer Sunset in San Francisco.


Anchorhead Coffee

We are believers in doing what you love and loving what you do. And we make coffee for people who love coffee.


Cafe Grumpy

We like to keep things simple and focus on quality. Every year we strive to connect our customers more closely with the coffees we source by maintaining direct relationships with our producing partners around the world. Our goal is to serve you a delicious and socially responsible cup that highlights the nuances inherent in each coffee we roast. We’re proud to let the coffee speak for itself.


Drink Coffee Do Stuff

"DRINK COFFEE DO STUFF began at 12,000ft on the Saas-Fee glacier in Switzerland during my pro snowboard days. I became fascinated, then obsessed with how European coffee culture was embedded into outdoor active lifestyle, so much so it was used as fuel source. There is so much brand identity in fuel, gear and beer, our aim is to complete the outdoor active lifestyle category with specialty coffee that resonates with your lifestyle, consumer habits, and quality standards." –Nick Visconti, owner/roaster


Stumptown Coffee

Stumptown Coffe Roasters highest quality fresh roasted coffee; learn to brew, subscribe, or visit us in Portland, Seattle, New York and Los Angeles.


Sightglass Coffee

Our company takes its name from the 'sightglass,' the viewing window on our vintage PROBAT coffee roaster that exposes the complex and delicate process of roasting coffee. We believe that knowing the story behind your coffee—where it was grown, how it was processed, and who handled it along the way—is a powerful link from the cup to the wider world.


Temple Coffee

After returning home from a lengthy stay in Indonesia, Temple founder and barista Sean Kohmescher opened the first Temple Coffee house in 2005 with a dream of creating a community gathering place much like the temples he visited during his travels. His vision was simple: good vibes, great service, and exceptionally well-prepared coffee. Ten years, five coffee houses, and a roasterie later, it is still this vision that Temple perpetually strives to fulfill.


Verve Coffee

Verve came to be through the serendipitous union of surf, sweat and a love of life and living. In 2007, founders Ryan and Colby built and opened the first Verve cafe on 41st Ave in Santa Cruz, California. Today, Verve has locations in cities from Los Angeles to San Francisco to Tokyo, but our roots remain planted in Santa Cruz, where we roast our coffee on vintage roasters and enjoy the endless surf of the rugged California coast.


Zolo Coffee

With the simple yet elusive goal of creating the very best cup of coffee, Zolo Coffee got our first gig at the Danville Farmers’ Market. Now, nearly 3 years after our first market, we are doing several different markets and antique fairs a month, have commercial accounts and have worked many weddings, parties, conventions and other events thrown in between. We’ve introduced high quality espresso drinks, iced coffee, as well as hot and iced tea into our line-up. We are excited for the future of this company and hope that you can be part of our story.