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Valley Cafés with Free Wi-Fi

For those of us with laptops who enjoy a good cup of coffee and a break from the office, below are some café favorites with Wi-Fi internet access (other than Starbucks which now charges by the hour)…

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Olive & Ivy Marketplace
7135 E. Camelback Rd. #195
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
A happening nightspot and restaurant by night, a cozy café with free Wi-Fi and yummy baked goods by morning. You really can’t beat Olive & Ivy’s great location in the midst of Scottsdale Fashion Square and the amazing Sam Fox cuisine. In the Marketplace, guests can enjoy an abundant variety of baked goods, including scones, rustic loaves, and gourmet espresso and coffee — hand-crafted and poured northern Italian style by highly skilled baristas. Stop in for a light or hearty breakfast or tasty lunch where you can choose hot or cold specialty sandwiches, gourmet salads and house-made gelato!
480.751.2200, www.foxrc.com

The Village Coffee Roastery
8120 N. Hayden Rd, # E104
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Just around the corner from the office, this best kept secret and traditional coffee spot dishes out everything for the morning meal, including amazing croissants, fresh bagels, smoothies, breakfast burritos and a one-of-a-kind Chai Latte! For those anti-morning people, enjoy the full lunch menu. The Wi-Fi internet is free and if you don’t have a portable laptop, browse the web on The Village Coffee Roastery’s available desktop.
480.905.0881, www.villagecoffee.com

Hava Java
3166 E Camelback Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85016
If you are a coffee connoisseur, this one is a must-try. Along with having free Wi-Fi, the espresso beans are unbeatable and are available to take home. There is a large selection of teas and the baked goods are très delish; do try the buttery scones. If you become a fan, be sure to pick up a punch card to get your tenth drink free!
602.954.9080

CupZ
777 S. College Ave. # 101, Tempe
4200 S. Arizona Ave Suite #5, Chandler
Is your rock hard chair at work giving you back pains? Or maybe it’s your co-worker who won’t leave you alone. Enjoy some peace and quit and relax in one of this coffee joint’s large leather chairs and break out the laptop! The menu features a great selection of Big Train Chai Tea, fresh gourmet international salads, made-to-order deli sandwiches and paninis, and tasty Kosher pastries. Enjoy the free non-stop Wi-Fi!
Tempe: 480.557.5245. Chandler: 480.802.8978, www.cupzcoffee.com

Lux Coffee Bar
4404 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ – 85012
This artsy Phoenix favorite adjacent to Pane Bianco pours the perfect cup for any coffeeholic. While you’re there, get creative. Break out your laptop, enjoy the free Wi-Fi and admire the contemporary art that decks the walls. Oh and be sure to browse the eclectic coffee table magazines.
602.696.9976, www.luxcoffee.com

More Free Wi-Fi Spots:

La Grande Orange Grocery
4410 N 40th St
Phoenix, AZ 85018
602.840.7777, 
www.lagrandeorangegrocery.com

Cave Creek Coffee
6033 E. Cave Creek Rd
Cave Creek, AZ 85027
480.488.0603, www.cavecreekcoffee.com

The Willow House
1722 W Van Buren St
Phoenix, AZ 85007
602.252.0272, www.willowhousecoffee.com

Mama Java’s Coffee House
3619 E Indian School Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85018
602.840.5282, www.mamajavascoffeehouse.com

Coffee Plantation
See Web site for many locations
www.coffee-plantation.com

Coffee Bean
See Web site for many locations
coffeebean.com

11 Comments

  • Missy says:

    I love the Village Roastery–one of my favorite spots in Scottsdale for coffee and a yummy sandwhich.

  • Tiana Golin says:

    Such a smart thing for these indy shops to do. i cant stand that Starbucks charges. a coffee costsa billion bucks and now this. i think Postino and La Grande Orange alsop have free wifi.

  • katie says:

    san fran is one of my favorite cities b/c of this very reason – – coffee shops/cafes – endless wi-fi, ahhh…. here in the valley, coffee plantation is great!

  • Sierra says:

    Good to know! Starbucks makes me so mad. Even if you do think, ok I’m here, fine I’ll pay the $10 to get online. Well YOU CAN’T. You have to create an account online at TMobile first. So essentially you’d have to go back home, create the account with TMobile and then come back to use it. Stupid huh? So let’s all support these other coffee shops and their free wifi!

  • Dan says:

    Didn’t know Olive n Ivy had WiFi. Sweet.

  • Bobby says:

    I used to go to CupZ back in my ASU heyday. But Starbucks charges by the hour?? Hmm, why go there when you can go elsewhere that doesn’t charge? I mean, there are tons of coffee places in general…

  • Julia says:

    I believe Sonoma Coffee Cafe (the one that Melissa blogged about a little while back) has free Wi-Fi too…it’s a really cute and comfy spot (with tables that can actually fit a laptop, unlike Starbucks teeny ones).

  • Jeanette says:

    This is great to know. I am all about Olive & Ivy, a quick e-mail check and a cup of joe and then off shopping. I think what does it for me is the ambiance and its location–in the heart of happening downtown Scottsdale.

  • Amy Barton says:

    Wow what a list! Thank you.

  • Kerri says:

    Great! I cannot believe that starbucks is charging! thats out of control! not only do they charge you an arm and a leg for coffee or a latte but internet too! Id much rather go to a better coffee spot!

  • gari says:

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