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This is a
list of around the world. This list excludes the many companies which operate coffeeshops within coffeehouse chains retail establishments, notably bookstores and department stores, or restaurants or convenience stores which also serve coffee.
Aida - Vienna, Austria
AMT Coffee - UK, mostly at railway stations
Angel-in-us - China, Indonesia, South Korea and Vietnam
Arcaffe - Israel
Aroma Café - UK, Argentina
Aroma Espresso Bar - Israel, Canada, United States, Romania, Ukraine, Kazakhstan
Au Bon Pain - headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Cadena Cafes Limited – a former chain of coffee shops in South West England; established in 1895 under the name Lloyd's Oriental Cafe which became Lloyd's Cadena Cafes Ltd., becoming Cadena Cafes Ltd in 1907 [1 ] [2 ]
Café A Brasileira - Braga, Portugal
Café Café – Israel
Café Coffee Day - India
Café du Monde - United States
Café Hillel – Israel
Café Picnic - Finland
Caffe Bene - Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Taiwan, U.S., Vietnam
Caffè Cova - Milan, Italy, Hong Kong, Japan, Celebrity Cruises
Caffe Luxxe - three locations in the West Los Angeles area, California, U.S.
Caffè Nero - UK
Caffè Pascucci - Italy, South Korea, Cyprus
Caffè Ritazza - 40 countries, mostly at railway stations
Caffe Trieste - six locations in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, U.S.
Caffè Umbria - Seattle, Washington, U.S.
Caffé Vita Coffee Roasting Company - Seattle, Washington, U.S.
Caribou Coffee - global, headquartered in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, US.
Cibo Espresso - Australia
Cinnzeo - based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada; has locations in 20 countries
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf – U.S., India, Philippines, South Korea, Singapore, Israel
Coffee Beanery - based in Flushing, Michigan, U.S.
The Coffee Club - Australia
Coffee Island - founded in Patras, Greece [3 ]
Coffee Republic - UK
Coffee Time - Canada
Coffee World - founded in Bangkok, Thailand; has locations in nine countries
coffeeheaven - founded in Poland, operates in several countries in Eastern Europe
Coffeeshop Company - based in Austria, has locations in 13 countries
Coffine Gurunaru - South Korea
Cofix – Israel
Colectivo Coffee Roasters - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 12 locations around the city
Costa Coffee - UK, Mainland Europe, Asia, Middle East
Country Style - headquartered in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
Crazy Mocha Coffee Company - based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Cuppy's Coffee - former chain, founded in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, U.S.
Delta Cafés - based in Campo Maior, Alentejo, Portugal
Diedrich Coffee - based in Irvine, California, U.S.; also owns Coffee People, Coffee Plantation (Arizona) and U.S. Gloria Jean's locations
Dome - based in Perth, Australia
Double Coffee - based in Latvia; 40 locations in the Baltic states, Ukraine and Belarus
Doutor Coffee - Japan and Taiwan
Douwe Egberts - owns Koffie Cafés in the Netherlands
Dunkin' Donuts - global, based in Quincy, Massachusetts
Dunn Bros - founded in St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S.; 85 locations throughout the Midwest
Dutch Bros. Coffee - based in Oregon, U.S.; has 154 drive-through locations in the West
Gimme! Coffee - United States
Gloria Jean's Coffees - Australia, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, India, Bangladesh, USA, Ukraine, Pakistan, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Taiwan
Grounds for Coffee - Utah, United States
Pacific Coffee Company - based in Hong Kong, with branches in Singapore, Cyprus, China and Malaysia
Pasqua Coffee, U.S., acquired by Starbucks in 1999
Peaberry Coffee - U.S.
Peet's Coffee & Tea - U.S.
Philz Coffee - U.S.
PJ's Coffee - based in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
Port City Java - U.S.
Pret a Manger - UK, U.S., Hong Kong and France
Puccino's - UK, Ireland
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ "1934 Prospectus". Western Daily Press. 1934.
^ It was prominently reported in the Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette (7th November 1907) that Philip James Lloyd, tea merchant and dealer, former managing director of Lloyds Cadena Cafes Ltd for about 12 years, had gone bankrupt.