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Our coffee is locally roasted by the wonderful folks at Carrboro Coffee Roasters.
Our fresh assorted baked goods come from the fantastic folks at The Phoenix Bakery.
We have a lovely assortment of loose leaf teas from the delightful folks at Jasmine Pearl Tea Company.
a few words about us
Just off Hillsboro Street, in downtown Pittsboro, North Carolina, sits a quaint, friendly café named after local steampunk darlings, the Davenport sisters.
You couldn’t ask for a more nostalgic place to bring your laptop and spend the afternoon listening to tunes of a bygone era, looking at the artwork or simply working peacefully in this cozy home away from home.
Monday - Friday: 7am to 7pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9am to 5pm
Filtered brewed coffee, Café au lait,
Café & cocoa, Espresso, Cappuccino,
Macchiato, Café Latte, Café Mocha,
Café Americano, Assorted frozen drinks
and much more.
Many of our coffee and espresso drinks
can be prepared iced, with white chocolate,
alternative milk or sugar free options.
And, if you have any questions regarding a beverage. Just ask your barista!
Remember the pride when you made your first, well… anything? Cookies from scratch, soapbox derby car, potholder, or just plain anything handmade.
We get that feeling everyday, and I am here to tell you, it's awesome. WE take great pride in our coffee & our drinks – after all, each one is handmade! Can you think of anything else that goes from seed to a drink in a matter of minutes?
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18B East Salisbury Street, P.O. Box 741
Pittsboro, NC 27312
Where do we get our coffee?
All our coffee here at Café Diem is roasted locally. A wholesale business since 2004; Carrboro Coffee Roasters has been the premiere small-batch artisan roaster in the Carrboro/Chapel Hill area; bringing the finest single origin coffee, carefully roasted every day, directly to you. They are committed to bringing you the finest coffees from around the world. Owner Scott Conary has been traveling and building Farm Direct Coffee Relationships with small farmers and producers. This process of building coffee relationships involves not only sourcing great coffee, but working with farmers to improve the environment, their community, and the lives of those who depend on coffee production.
Every coffee is different and must be respected for its unique characteristics, they feel this is their most important responsibility, after farmer relationship building—to act on behalf of the coffee and ensure that all of its intrinsic glory can be realized in the cup. And, that is all something that we can agree on, so come in and get a cup or three!