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This coffee shop is actually part of a larger co-op dedicated to selling fair trade goods like coffee, chocolate, tea, and more—it even has a sister restaurant in Seattle and a full-fledged fair trade business behind it. That humanitarian spirit is embedded in everything they do: They’re completely worker-owned, and offer presentations from their farmers and baristas about the coffee. Niceties aside, the coffee is seriously good and there are usually open tables—it’s an ideal space to cram in a few hours of work before a meeting downtown.

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