Top Five Places To Get A Cup of Coffee

Although I am a year round coffee drinker, there’s something about fall that makes me enjoy my java even more so. Luckily, Hendersonville has a lot to offer coffee lovers, especially during this season. As always, check websites or social media accounts regarding the COVID protocols and restrictions each business has.

  1. Appalachian Coffee (

Located on Fifth Avenue near Laurel Park, Appalachian Coffee has been serving coffee in Hendersonville since 2018. The coffee shop has a laid back atmosphere with wood floors, exposed bricks, and soft, ambient music. There is also a deck with tables and umbrellas where customers can also enjoy their beverages. In addition to serving coffee, Appalachian Coffee also serves beer and wine, sandwiches, pastries, and tea. Families love to stop here on their way to or from the Laurel Park playground with their little ones making Appalachian Coffee a family favorite.

  1. The 2nd Act (

Located close to Main Street The 2nd Act is Hendersonville’s newest coffee shop. The 2nd Act is modern but still relaxed and serves coffee, pastries, sandwiches, and beer and wine. It is also one of the only places in town that stays open until 10 pm, which is a welcome addition to Hendersonville. The 2nd Act is sure to become a favorite to locals and visitors alike.

  1. Sharewell Coffee (

Sharewell Coffee is known for their coffee beans with their most popular blend being Mad Mountain Mama. You can find their coffee beans at local businesses like the Hendersonville Co-op, but, if you want to enjoy a cup of their coffee outside of your own home, you can find them serving hot and iced coffee at the Hendersonville Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings. You can also find them at Appalachian Ridge Cidery serving and roasting their coffee from 12-6pm daily.

  1. Black Bear Coffee (

Black Bear Coffee has been a Main Street staple for many years, and while it is recently under new ownership, it’s still a favorite of locals and visitors alike. While Black Bear Coffee does have indoor seating, it also has a great covered patio as well as bistro tables on the sidewalk where customers can enjoy their coffee. Black Bear coffee offers traditional coffee favorites like lattes and americanos, and they also offer breakfast and lunch sandwiches making this a perfect pit stop as you amble down Main Street on a fall day.

  1. Independent Beans (

Located in the heart of Seventh Avenue, Independent Beans serves single origin coffee, which sets this shop apart from the rest and makes their coffee truly special. Their shop is very cozy and warm, which makes it a perfect spot to enjoy a fall morning. In addition to their delicious, single origin coffee, they also serve up tea and pastries. They also have nitro cold brew on tap if you’re craving coffee but also want something cold and refreshing.