It was not until the mid 1600's that the coffee bean migrated to the British Colonies in North America. At that time, tea was the drink that served a majority of the local Americans. Coffee houses were popular, however it was the advent of Parliament's desire to raise funds in support of the French and Indian War, that a tax on tea was established. With the colonial revolt, known as the American Revolution, coffee became a main staple of the American diet.
Montrose has a variety of coffee houses that cater to every taste and desire for a fresh cup of Java.
The Coffee Trader
The Coffee Trader has been serving quality to locals and visitors for the last twenty plus years. We are passionate and always strive to ensure that we only supply freshly roasted and quality assured coffee that will guarantee our clients a higher level of satisfaction.
The Coffee Trader, Two Montrose Locations:
Coffee Trader: East Main Street
845 East Main Street
Coffee Trader: South 5th Street & Towsend Avenue
211 Sputh 5th Street
The Light House Eatery
Uncompromising Casual Dining
Enjoy Breakfast and Lunch with the best tasting green and red chili, fresh salads, soups, and wraps. We have several mouthwatering "meatery" options, with a variety of 1/4th pound sausage combos, meatball sliders, Italian roast beef au jus, pork flautas, and open door enchiladas.
Yelp: 5.0 star rating 12/28/2018
Light House Eatery
1047 N 1st Street
1048 S Townsend Avenue
Backstreet Bagel Company
127 N Townsend Avenue
1803 South townsend Avenue
Looney Bean Coffee Roasting Co
3480 Wolverine Drive
San Juan Brews
512 East Main Street