Philly Coffee Shops With Wi-Fi
Caffeinate and communicate at one of these urban oases.
Whether you work from home and need some socialization, have to schedule a meeting, or just require the occasional email catch-up after dropping the kids at school, Philly coffee shops with Wi-Fi are a great place to multitask. Here are some terrific spots around the city where you can caffeinate and communicate.
888 N. 26th St., Philadelphia
Stop in for a variety of coffee drinks, smoothies, baked goods, and hot and cold fare.
602 Carpenter Lane and 7210 Cresheim Road, Philadelphia
Head for quiet Mt. Airy Village or the Allen Lane SEPTA station to get High Point’s very own blended coffee. Local and seasonal ingredients make up all of their pastries and crepes! A wholesaler is nearby too.
1619 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia
Located in the heart of Fishtown, enjoy coffee and a variety of loose teas, as well as freshly-made breakfast, lunch, and snacks to satisfy vegans and non-vegans alike!
620 S. 9th St., Philadelphia
Enjoy organic fair-trade coffee or tea, smoothies and pastries while the exhibits of local artists surround you. Come in anytime: they’re open from 7 am to 10 pm!
2831 W. Girard Ave., Philadelphia
This nonprofit coffee shop hires young people who have aged out of foster care. There’s also locally sourced art and products, as well as an outside garden space where you can catch some rays while sipping your beverages. Looking to host a larger group? You can reserve spots for your team too.
The West Philly coffee house has expanded to six locations around the city, bringing that neighborhood vibe to each shop. You can get fair-trade coffee here, as well as a full espresso bar, the usual pastries, and grab and go sandwiches. Vegan options are available too.
4360 Main St., Philadelphia
Located in Manayunk, so you can do some shopping, too. It’s a basic coffee shop with your usual coffeehouse essentials, plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, bright and open.
2100 South St., Philadelphia
This Graduate Hospital hangout’s motto is “get to know your neighbors,” and it’s a great place to do it. Good food, too.
3200 Chestnut St., Philadelphia
1845 Walnut St., Philadelphia
The popular NYC coffee chain has two locations in Philadelphia (University City and Rittenhouse Square). You can do your work while you enjoy a variety of coffees, teas, and snacks. But you can also learn a thing or two from the knowledgeable baristas.
Photograph via Canva.