Try Hard Coffee stole our hearts yesterday when we visited for the first time ever! The amazing outdoor patio set up was a must the minute we saw the temperatures reach the upper 70s! 

Updated February 2022



Since Summer 2020, Try Hard Coffee Roasters has made their mark on the east side of town! This 70s vibe gem is a barista owned and operated cafe serving seasonal beverages, home-made pastries, tacos and some really good vinyl tunes! Not only are they a full service cafe, but they sell their Try Hard roasts for purchase in store and online!



Vinyls turn as you walk up to the front patio! You are quickly approached by the retro flairs of disco balls, rainbow flags, and records on the wall. Though the indoor space is small, the front and back patio have plenty of seating room for guests! And they’ve created a partially covered back patio space for days when it’s a bit rainy! Bring your dogs, your best buds, or your laptop as it’s the perfect work space filled with extra good vibes!



Fun fact: Several members of the Try Hard team have competed in the US Barista Championship and Coffee In Good Spirits, which has sparked the uniqueness of their seasonal cocktails. On the menu currently, they’ve got the Chai Rider with spiced chai + coconut cream, the Silk & Honey with butternut squash infused whey, espresso + honey, the Campire Milkshake with vanilla bean @luvfatsicecream, chocolate + marshmallow, and the infamous Coffee Cola featuring coffee + coca-cola! If these are too far out for you, they have classic teas, espressos and blends all day!



As mentioned, everything is made from scratch! They have breakfast and lunch tacos, all made-to-order and topped with fresh pico, queso fresco, serrano peppers, and sliced avocado, wrapped in scratch-made flour tortillas! They are known for their “pillow” pastry, which is a sweet empanada with cream cheese goodness inside! (worth the hype)


DJs & More

DJ sets run daily from 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM! Also if you buy a record, you support a local musician and get a free taco! Also pro tip: add a scoop of ice cream to any seasonal drink for $1!