Copper Star Coffee

Yes, I love coffee. LOVE. But it’s a chicken-and-the-egg thing because I’m not sure which came first: my love of coffee that led me to great places, or the fantastic places that make it so easy to love.

Copper Star Coffee is one of those places.

Copper Star Coffee

Built in an old gas station turned transmission repair, Copper Star Coffee on 7th Avenue has all the great nostalgia and aesthetic of its former life, but an entirely new smell. Instead of gas and oil, aromas of freshly roasted coffee beans and pastries made on site. Now, Copper Star refuels me instead of my car.

The funky couches and tables are a second home to a lot of locals who spend quite a few hours there. The staff is so friendly, it’s easy to see why. Or maybe it’s the pastries. There is this rocky road brownie there that will blow your mind. I mean seriously. It is absolutely one of the most delicious things I’ve ever eaten, to the point that I would never share it. Get your own, for sure. See below in all its glory.

Rocky Road brownie

Pop into Copper Star when you’re checking out the other 7th Avenue shops, like Hollywood Regency, Paris Envy, Qcumberz and more. It’s right in the Melrose District, and you can’t miss it.

Copper Star Coffee

4220 N 7th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85013
(602) 266-2136

2 responses to “Copper Star Coffee

  1. I love almost everything about Copper Star: the creative adaptation of a vintage building, the neighborhood vibe, the dedication to the local community, the great baked goods, the laid back atmosphere…. The only downside is the spotty wifi. This makes it a great place to catch up with an old friend over a coffee and cupcake, but not so much to catch up on your email.

  2. Copper Star is the best! Good to see a little write up about it. :)