The Best Study Spots Around Eugene

The Best Study Spots Around Eugene

Written by Bliss NW Bridal account team members, Taylor Lukkes, Jackie Mayol, Sarah Teller and Kate Templeton.

Vero
Only a few blocks away from campus, Vero Espresso is a classic Eugene spot for students and locals. During a cold fall or winter day, you can find yourself drinking a warm coffee and studying for an upcoming final. Or in the spring, you can enjoy the outdoor deck while eating a delicious breakfast and lunch dish. Vero also offers a private meeting space upstairs that you can rent out with a few friends!

Townshend’s Tea Company
Although a bit crowded on the weekends, this cozy teahouse will keep you motivated to complete all of your class assignments. This shop has a selection of over 100 teas and eight different kombuchas on tap for you to choose from. Townshend’s offers plenty of seating with comfy chairs and couches to keep you comfortable during your study time.

Coffee Plant Roaster
Feeling like you need to get away from campus? Check out Coffee Plant Roaster! The aroma of freshly roasted coffee and pastries will warmly welcome you to help fuel your day. It also has spacious tables next to floor-length windows that offer you a new study environment. Coffee Plant Roaster also offers a cuisine menu, such as daily made soups and Paninis. We know you will love this stress free getaway!

Slighty Coffee Roasters
This charming cafe is located behind the Hub Eugene and is the perfect spot to get work done while enjoying some delicious snacks and drinks. There is an awesome toast menu that includes variations of avocado toast and others, such as an irresistible ham, brie, honey and black pepper topped toast. Slightly also sells its own house coffee, but if you are not much of a coffee person, other beverages are offered, such as chai lattes and even cocktails! Relaxing music plays and beautiful art hangs on the walls, which makes for the perfect studying environment.

Marché Museum Café
Marché Restaurant partnered with the Jordan Schnitzer of Art to open the Marché Museum Café. After a visit to the campus museum and its many art galleries, head on over to Marché for soups, salads, sandwiches, pastries and coffees. Marché is actually named after the French word for market. This French-styled cafe is a great place on campus to study in a new and artistic environment!

Tailored Coffee Roasters
If you are headed towards the Fifth Street Market area of Eugene, you have to check out Tailored Coffee Roasters! Located right near the railroad tracks off of 5th Street, this cozy little micro-roastery in Eugene is not just your average hipster cafe! Its lighting is perfect for studying; its avocado toast is delicious, and its lattes are to die for! Whether you are just stopping by or need a place to hang out to focus on your school work, we know that you will love the Tailored Coffee Roaster’s ambiance and laid back vibes!

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