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Reykjavík Perks

Reykjavík Perks


Expert blends and hip hangouts

Photo Credit: Sarah Crumb

Tiu Dropar
You'll feel you've died and gone to hipster heaven at this underground hangout on the city's main drag. Gilded picture frames and gaudy wallpaper give it a grandma's house vibe, and locals swig espresso amid well-worn furniture and wooden beams. Laugavegur 27;

Reykjavik Roasters
At this cafe, expertly crafted blends are roasted to perfection, and the wall of awards is a testament to the baristas' bean savvy. Pair your morning jolt with a flaky croissant that rivals the likes of anything from a Parisian patisserie. Karastigur 1;

Home to Iceland's first espresso machine, "Mokka," as it's called, sports floor-to-ceiling dark-wood paneling that still feels timeless after nearly 60 years of service. It makes for the perfect backdrop for the monthly rotation of local art. Skolavordustig 3a;

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