Coffee Dates With Kids: The Area’s Best Coffee Shops


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Coffee Shops Toledo OhioNorthwest Ohio is notably known for its Metroparks and other beautiful outdoor scenes, but let’s be honest for a minute. When it’s wintertime and you need to layer up your kiddos “A Christmas Story” style, getting outside feels like an absolute nightmare. Luckily enough, there are plenty of warm and cozy coffee shops to seek refuge until the weather mellows out. Whether you’re in Toledo, Maumee, or another surrounding area, we’ve found the best kid-friendly coffee shops to check out this winter season. The following ten coffee shops on our list are great for families to take a load off and some even host kid-friendly events too!

Sip Coffee – West Toledo


SIP Coffee is a personal favorite of Toledo Moms. Not only because it’s a great workspace when we’re on deadlines, but also because it plays host to Sippy Cup Storytime every Saturday at 9:30 AM. If you’re looking for a good place to take your little ones and you find yourself in need of an espresso shot (or five), this is the place to be on a Saturday morning.

3160 Markway Rd.
Toledo, OH 43606



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Black Kite Coffee & Pies – Old West End

If you’re looking for a good brunch spot, Black Kite is a great place to be at the end of the week. Every weekend, brunch is offered from 10 am-2 pm. If you want to bring the whole family, Black Kite is the first of two stops for the Positively Portable Preschool with Teacher Denice on Saturdays. Families are always encouraged to come for storytime at 9:30 and stay for brunch afterward.

2499 Collingwood Blvd.
Toledo, OH 43620

Plate One – Downtown Toledo

This downtown Toledo gem is the second of two stops for the Positively Portable Preschool. Their food menu comes with plenty of choices and they offer a variety of coffee and tea drinks. This way, you’re sure to find something to satisfy your picky eater as well as something to fill the caffeine void in your heart.

420 Madison Ave. #104
Toledo, OH 43604

Dragon’s Roost Coffee & Games – Sylvania

Those of you who are looking at this list and took notice of the lack of options for moms of school-aged kiddos…fear not. Dragon’s Roost is the perfect stop for families to nerd out and try a selection of games while sipping on their treats. Their menu is full of creatively named refreshments to match several different fandoms. It’s truly any coffee/treat loving, nerdy family’s dream.

6600 W Sylvania Ave. #3C
Sylvania, OH 43560

Plate 21 – South Toledo

I love this South Toledo gem because there’s a secluded corner of couches, perfect for hiding away with your little ones. This space is especially helpful if you’re worried about bothering others. Plate 21 offers a variety of food and drink items on its menu for adults and kids alike.

3664 Rugby Dr.
Toledo, OH 43614

Brew House Coffee & Bake Shop – Maumee

If you love cheesecake as much as I do, Brew House in Maumee is the spot to be. Their baker specializes in cheesecake and they offer a variety of options including cafe mocha, vanilla, and other fun flavors. They also have a selection of savory items, so this is a good spot to grab some lunch and beat the cold.

320 Conant St.
Maumee, OH 43537

Maddie & Bella Coffee Roasters – Downtown Toledo & Perrysburg

Whether you’re in downtown Toledo or Perrysburg, Maddie & Bella Coffee Roasters is a good spot to visit. They offer a variety of yummy (and healthy!) food options and have a wide selection of coffee and tea drinks as well. This is a great spot to snag some breakfast after school drop off with your younger kiddos.

Downtown Toledo: 44 S St. Clair St Toledo, OH 43604
Perrysburg: 117 Louisiana Ave. Perrysburg, OH 43551

Flatlands Coffee – Bowling Green

If you’re in the BG area, consider checking out Flatlands. They offer a variety of baked goods and refreshments to pair. The cool thing about these guys is that they understand the busy life that comes with being a mom. Flatlands offers a coffee subscription service, so you can snag a bag of their delicious blends without having to leave the house every time you want some. Talk about convenience, right?

138 N Main St.
Bowling Green, OH 43402

Coffee Amici – Findlay

Located in Downtown Findlay, Coffee Amici has a ton of different drink options and has gluten-free alternatives to their treats as well. While Coffee Amici is family-friendly, it’s also a cool spot for a mom’s night out, especially if you enjoy art and music. The shop plays host to regular open mic nights and other artistic events.

328 S Main St.
Findlay, OH 45840

The Meeting Place – Lima

Located on Market Street in Lima, The Meeting Place is a great spot to keep warm with your little ones. They also offer a convenient meeting space to be used for business meetings, baby showers, and other small get-togethers. The Meeting Place offers a variety of food and drinks and even has gluten-free alternatives to accommodate gluten-sensitive people.

220 W Market St.
Lima, OH 45801

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Josie Schreiber
Josie is the quintessential girl mom. She has two girls: Zolie (4) and Holly (<1). Step into her home at any given moment and you’ll likely be pummelled by a pint-sized princess in full ball gown attire. When she hasn’t been roped into playing princesses for the 750th time that week, you can find Josie at one of the many coffee shops in the area or a mommy and me class with her youngest while her oldest is at school. Josie is the mom behind The Momillennial and you can follow her path through motherhood on Instagram at @momillennial.


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