Wondering about the best places to grab a coffee in the Barossa?
Jules is a ‘long black with a big slurp of hot milk’ kinda gal and Bec takes her coffee as a double shot flat white.
We do love a coffee or two, so here are the spots we order coffees when we are out and about.
If you’re in Nuriootpa head to:
Using local Barossa Coffee beans and Jersey Fresh milk, the team at Fleur Social are super passionate about coffee. They also have oat, almond, soy and lactose free milks.
Open weekdays 6:30am – 2pm, Saturdays 7:30am – 12pm.
Find Fleur Social at 55C Murray Street, Nuriootpa.
If you’re in Angaston head to:
Coffee to pair with one of Matteo’s house-made Italian sweets.
Open Thursday to Sunday 9am to 3pm (and Friday nights if you need a late coffee!)
Find Casa Carboni in the main street of Angaston – 67 Murray St.
If you’re in Tanunda head to:
Known for their pride in their coffees, Darlings use coffee roasted by Davey Trotta and Alex Loft’s, Kindred Coffee.
Open 6am – 12pm daily (closed public holidays).
Find Darlings Cafe in the main street of Tanunda – Shop 3/56 Murray Street.
When you’re in Greenock head to:
With a classically trained pastry chef on site, pair your coffee with an amazing pastry from the cabinet!
Open Thursday to Monday, 8am – 4pm.
Find El Estanco at 18 – 22 Murray St, Greenock.
Coffee in the Barossa
Not only does the Barossa have great places to order a coffee, but some passionate roasters live here, if you’re looking to take some beans home with you.
Check out Paul and Janelle from Barossa Coffee Roasters, who supply many local cafes and wineries. They also produce compostable, biodegradable capsules for at-home coffee machines.
Bean Addiction are located in the Provenance Barossa buildings in Nuriootpa.
Best places to order coffee Barossa
There are so many fabulous options in the Barossa, these are just a few we’ve shared today, so for all the information on where to visit in the Barossa visit barossa.com/our-food.
We hope you enjoy!
Jules & Bec