When you’re visiting Flagstaff, Arizona where do you go for coffee? It’s an important question, and I’ll admit there aren’t many occasions where I find myself in Flagstaff (at least until recently). I’m hoping to provide some more in-depth thoughts on the coffee scene in and around Flagstaff in the coming years.
But for now, want to point you to Macy’s European Coffeehouse. Macy’s was founded in 1980, it is the oldest coffee house in the state, and a popular coffee house in Flagstaff. Macy’s was named after the founder, Tim Macy.
On a recent trip with family up north, we stopped in at Macy’s to get some coffee. I could have sworn I saw George Takei standing at the entrance, but none of my family members saw the resemblance.
Macy’s was recently named in a Zagat article from February 2013 as ” an unexpectedly unique, local experience.” The article, titled The United States of Caffeine: 50 States, 50 Must-Try Coffee Shops, gathered both praise and criticism from Arizona readers.
One cool aspect to that Zagat article is the comments. One in particular from an Anonymous reader said: “I guess the list might be great for those looking ...