Most people worldwide love coffee. That’s just a fact of life. In Los Angeles, we’re lucky to have coffee shops existing in huge numbers in every part of the city. For National Coffee Day, coffee shops around the city are offering up specials for you to take part in. We’ve rounded up the best!
Along with their delicious donuts, Dunkin’ Donuts is known across the country for their amazing coffee. On National Coffee Day, the chain will not be offering free coffee, but to celebrate its 66th anniversary, they will be treating guests to a any medium hot coffee for just 66 cents. Make sure to call your local location as the promotion is only being offered at certain locations.
Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
On National Coffee Day, all non-franchised Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf stores will offer a free espresso shot when customers download the new mobile app. Guests who already have the app downloaded will get double points.
Peet’s Coffee & Tea
Since 1966, Peet’s Coffee & Tea has become a favorite among LA residents for their bold flavors and terrific service. Also participating in National Coffee Day, Peet’s will give away a free medium drip coffee with the purchase of any fresh food item at participating cafe locations.
Known throughout the world as one of the premier grocery chains, Whole Foods alaways helps to get your morning moving. On National Coffee Day, the store won’t be offering a cup of coffee for $0.25 though this year.
Synonymous with French fries, the Big Mac and their shakes, McDonald’s also serves up some pretty tasty coffee. On National Coffee Day, the fast-food restaurant chain won’t be offering a free coffee, but like Starbucks, McDonalds is using National Coffee Day to give to charity.
What goes great with donuts? Coffee of course! And, on National Coffee Day, Krispy Kreme is giving away a free 12 ounce cup of coffee and one free glazed doughnut per customer at participating shops throughout the U.S. Make sure to call ahead to your Krispy Kreme location to find out if they’re joining in on the fun of today’s National Coffee Day holiday.
As the nation’s largest coffee retailer, Starbucks won’t be giving out free coffee, but there is something exciting still for the big day. Starbucks will donate a free coffee tree to a coffee farmer in need for every cup of brewed Mexican Chiapas coffee sold on National Coffee Day.