Satori Coffee House

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Coordinates: 30°41′23.71″N 88°10′9.58″W / 30.6899194°N 88.1693278°W / 30.6899194; -88.1693278 Satori Coffee House is a combined coffee house and music venue located in Mobile, Alabama.


It is located on 5460 Old Shell Road near the campus of the University of South Alabama. The majority of the customers are college students and faculty. Local art displays and open mic nights have provided students with a creative space and outlet.

Most of the coffee comes from Roasters Gallery in Atmore, AL. In addition to coffee drinks and sandwich items, alcohol is served and can be combined with the coffee.[1]

The design of the floor layout is intentionally homey, with a few different rooms furnished with a mix of tables and chairs. Additional seating can be found on a large half-covered front porch area.


The business opened in 1998 as a record store called Satori Sound in a small, 1940s-era cottage styled house. In 2002, after records sales declined, the business diversified by converting part of the building into a coffee shop. Finally in 2004, the record side of the business closed. [2]

External links[edit]

  • [1] - Main Satori Coffee website