From SF to Oakland to Emeryville, Farley’s Coffee is all about community in a cup. I am proud to call Farley’s on 65th Emeryville’s “local coffee shop”. Here’s why:
Farley’s serves SF based De La Paz coffee who hand-roast their beans in a vintage German roaster. With a stance on transparency, De La Paz pays farmers around the world honest prices and also lists exactly what is in the blend of each bag.
Farley’s is more than just a coffee shop. All of their food is made from scratch or sourced from local vendors with the values of simple and sustainable. There are paninis, salads, soups, and delicious pastries that are all made in house at this Emeryville location.
Part of the Pavement to Parks program, there is an enjoyable amount of outdoor seating (and some inside) as part of the parklet, whose aim is to create comfortable spaces for community and gathering. It is also ideal since I am convinced that it is always sunny in Emeryville!
Non-Profit of the Month
Every month each shop invites a local non-profit to create a display to share the work that they do within the community, and in turn also donates a portion of the sales to give back and support the non-profit.