Since the Pandemic, Starbucks has closed their sitting areas and I've been wondering around the city like a lost puppy looking for a new place to sip my coffee while doing some work. As they say, you don't know what you truly have until it's gone.

Luckily, I've discovered some other local spots around Boise that are perfect to go to when you're looking for a peaceful workspace.

Push & Pour - This coffee shop is a V-I-B-E vibe! Push & Pour provides a relaxing atmosphere with a patio and indoor seating. Not to mention how great their coffee taste. The only drawback are the hours. Most days this coffee shop closes at 2 pm except for on Friday and Saturday.

Bright Eyes - Bright Eyes has a cozy atmosphere that radiates positivity from it's staff and décor! It's such a warm and homey setting. You don't even have to be a coffee-drinker to enjoy this place as their drink (and food) menu is quite extensive! They even offer locally crafted beer, wine, and cider.

Zero Six Coffee Fix - You'll want to spend all day at this upbeat and vibrant coffee shop! There's plenty of seating inside and it's quiet enough to really focus and get some work done. Plus their coffee is delicious and staff is super friendly.

Evergreen Energy & Nutrition - Labeling this spot as a coffee shop would be selling it short. Evergreen Energy & Nutrition just recently opened and specialize in serving up healthy protein shakes, protein coffees, delicious energy teas, and caffeine-free refreshers. Plus the inside is so chic and welcoming. A perfect place to unwind and/or focus on some work.

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