Along historic Route 66 where the Arroyo Parkway extends into city streets, this teal hut with vivid folk art sits perched in a convenient spot right before the first ever Trader Joe's. On the menu, you'll find all the traditional hot and iced coffees, lattes, and espresso drinks along with teas and other beverages.
Mireya Jones' grandmother and great grandmother began producing one of the highest-grade coffees in the Guatemala highlands since the mid 1870s, at Finca Dos Marias. From the worker on the farm to the barista serving the finished cup of coffee, the Jones family has a reputation as a gathering space for good quality coffee, and it's located at the full coffee shop across the way. A Pasadena staple, the Jones Coffee Roasters on Raymond is the original, filled with food that often gets sold out by mid-afternoon.