To continue on our local coffee shop tour, my friend and I (with our combined 6 kids) met at Napoli Coffee to catch up and sample their goods. Napoli Coffee is one of my favorite coffee shops to bring my kids to since I enjoy their coffee, and they have a large open seating area with a dedicated “kids corner.”
We met around 9am on a Friday. Although there were quite a few folks already there, it didn’t feel crowded and it was easy to find a table close to the kids corner. I bought 2 pastries and a latte and it was in the $10-12 range.
After chatting with the friendly baristas a bit, I learned that it is quite common to find mommy groups hanging out. (And a nice bonus is a clean restroom with a changing table in it!)
Here’s what you need to know before you go:
When to go:
Where to Park:
There’s ample parking in the lot attached to the shopping center Napoli is located in.
What to get:
Napoli Coffee serves an excellent cup o’ joe. They have many different roasts available. And if you’re a flavored latte or mocha aficionado, they have quite the selection to chose from. In March their specials include the “Lucky Shamrock” (vanilla, caramel, Irish cream) and “Irish Gingerbread” (white chocolate, Irish cream, gingerbread) lattes. They also have the classics. I tried a vanilla latte made with coconut milk. It was on point.
They serve soup and sandwiches (made on site) as well as breakfast burritos (from Sandwich Co.), sweet breads (from American Pie in Santa Fe), and pastries (from Le Chantilly and Cinnamon Cafe). Personally, I love the scones– so moist!
Who to bring:
Everyone! This is definitely a location for the whole family to enjoy, even on a rainy day because of the ample seating and dedicated kids corner.