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Buena Park Brings Coffee Culture to Orange County

Does the aroma of freshly-ground coffee beans send you to another planet? Coffee connoisseurs from around the globe are flocking to Buena Park to sample the city’s unique coffee offerings from in-house micro-roasters to specialty coffee drinks found only in Buena Park. With so many roasters and brewers exclusive to Buena Park, a visit here is guaranteed to be a one-of-a-kind exploration of contemporary coffee culture.

Iced Coffee at Coffee Code in Buena Park, CA.

Coffee Code

Voted “Best Coffee House” by OC Weekly, details are everything at Coffee Code. Hot beverages receive the Instagram-worthy latte art that made Coffee Code the winners of the U.S. Latte Art Championship. Iced drinks also get the Coffee Code touch with ice cubes made out of coffee (to prevent your drink from being watered down). For dessert any time of the day, order the Eiskaffe – a doppio espresso served over two generous scoops of vanilla ice cream. With only two U.S. locations, Coffee Code should be on the “must visit” list of any coffee devotee coming to Buena Park.
Roasting coffee at Van Dyke Coffee Roasters in Buena Park, CA.

Van Dyke’s Coffee Roasters

Van Dyke’s Coffee Roasters takes pride in its coffee from bean to brew. Winner of the 2016 Silver Medal in the North American Golden Bean Competition, Van Dyke’s sources only specialty-grade coffee beans that are roasted in-house at their one and only location in Buena Park. To enjoy each bean’s nuanced flavor, select a single origin bean from the seasonal menu and experience it in their signature pour over coffee.
Coffee at Insit in Buena Park, CA

In-sit Coffee

Flavored lattes are the specialty of In-sit Coffee with rose, banana and strawberry being some of their more unusual and popular offerings. Their vibrantly-colored matcha green tea latte is a favorite non-caffeinated option. If you are looking for a cool drink, order a Kyoto cold brew and enjoy it at the large communal table or outside seating. In-sit’s only location is conveniently located within The Source OC, an open-air shopping, dining and entertainment center in Buena Park.
Barista making coffee at Stereoscope Coffee in Buena Park, CA.

Stereoscope Coffee Company

Immerse yourself in the full coffee experience at Stereoscope Coffee Company where beans are roasted in front of customers every day. You can expect clean coffee flavors from their well-loved cold brew that slowly drips for 24 hours before being served. As a micro-roaster with the only U.S. location in Buena Park, Stereoscope beans change based on what’s available that season so you can try something new every time you stop by.
Bosyenberry Frappucinno at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, CA.

Starbucks Coffee at Knott’s California Marketplace

Take a break from the rides and swing by Starbucks located in the California Marketplace just outside the Main Entrance to Knott’s Berry Farm. In addition to all the traditional Starbucks offerings, this location is the only one in the world to serve a Boysenberry Frappuccino to honor the berry that was invented in Buena Park by Walter Knott in the 1920s.
Cuban coffee at Portos Bakery in Buena Park CA

Porto’s Bakery and Café

Cuban coffee is the name of the game at Porto’s Bakery and Café. Named Yelp’s #1 Restaurant in 2016, Porto’s uses authentic Cuban coffee beans for all of their drinks from mochas and blended beverages to the dulce de leche latte and the seasonal eggnog latte.
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