Why You Need This Quirky Coffee Shop in Your Life

If you’re on the hunt to find a cozy spot for a cup of coffee, look no further! Left Bank Coffeehouse has you covered.

Left Bank Coffee House

Located on Greenup Street in Covington, this little coffee shop is easy to spot with its purple front door.

Left Bank Coffee House front door

There is a wide variety of specialty coffees on their menu. For the serious caffeine lover, there’s the Barber’s Brew – regular coffee with 2 shots of espresso! Not a coffee person? They also have tea on their menu – from Chai to Iced to their special Covington Tea (Earl Grey tea with milk and vanilla syrup – yum!).

Counter at Left Bank Coffee in Covington

Hungry? You can grab a bagel, some oatmeal, and even soup from Fresh Table. Left Bank Coffeehouse gets soup from Fresh Table (located at Findlay Market) every Friday – be sure to get it before it’s gone!

Table space at Left Bank Coffee

Every little detail about this place adds to its eclectic vibe and comfortable atmosphere. See that bookshelf? Grab a book while you drink your coffee – and if you love it, you can even purchase it to take home with you!

Slam Book at Left Bank Coffee

While you’re enjoying your drink, be sure to check out the Slam Book! Visitors are encouraged to add their own little spin to it.

And I don’t think I’ve said this about many places – but you have got to check out their bathroom! All of the walls were hand made into a beautiful mosaic.

Bathroom at Left Bank Coffee House

As if great coffee, delicious local food, and a cozy atmosphere isn’t enough to entice you to pay Left Bank Coffee a visit, they even have free Wi-Fi and free street parking nearby. So be prepared to stay awhile – once you settle in, you won’t want to leave! This spot is truly a hidden gem in Covington.

Left Bank Coffeehouse signage in Covington

Left Bank Coffeehouse is located at 7th and Greenup, Covington, KY 41011

Connect with Left Bank Coffeehouse on Facebook, and be sure to use #leftbankcoffee when you visit!

About Bridgett Raffenberg 832 Articles
Cincinnati lover, Mom, wife, travel enthusiast, Wordpress lover (not necessarily in that order). Founder of 365 Things to do in Cincinnati.

3 Comments

    • Maybe some day when you have something to do downtown or in Northern Ky? It’s a fun stop for sure!

    • No, i’m On West Chester and on weekends it’s about 30 mins and so worth the drive! The atmosphere is amazing and the Kenton County library is down the street…best library

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