Check out Ann Arbor’s new coffee spots for International Coffee Day

ANN ARBOR, me. – Enjoy your daily cup of joe in one of Ann Arbor’s new coffee shops on Friday.

In celebration of International Coffee Day, we’re making a list of the latest cafes waking up the Tree Town caffeine scene.

Let’s begin:

M-36 COFFEE ROASTERS CAFE (1101 S. University Ave.)

M-36 fills the coffee gap left by the closure of Espresso Royale and brings specialty roasted coffees back to the South University area.

The coffee spot and its sister roastery, Whitmore Lake, are run by the former Espresso Royale master roaster and will continue to sell the beans Espresso Royale fans love, along with their own blends, according to their website.

Look for the large red Coffee Roasters sign with an M36 road sign.

STRAY HEN CAFE (403 E. Washington St.)


On the corner of Washington and Division, the Stray Hen Cafe is the location of the franchise company of the same name in the Midwest in Ann Arbor.

The café and restaurant took over the former corner place from Wilma in the YOUnion Ann Arbor. It serves coffee, espresso, tea, breakfast dishes, salads, sandwiches and other lunch dishes daily between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.

DOZER COFFEE (112 Jackson Plaza)

Technically, Dozer isn’t open yet, but thanks to sister company HOMES Brewery, you can still try their coffee. Sometime this fall, the Roaster and Cafe is the Tree Town Brewery’s newest venture.

According to an interview that HOMES Marketing Director Alissa Kline conducted with the publication Sprudge, the coffee spot on the upcoming HOMES campus will sell coffee specialties, scratch donuts, breakfast and lunch dishes.


Order 12 ounce Dozer House Blend beans online for pickup on the west side of Ann Arbor for home tasting.

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