A Shot Of Java is serving Glendale, Arizona coffee and drinks with heart.
At A Shot of Java, we believe in making each drink fresh for you. We brew each cup of coffee right into your cup at the time of order. The coffee does not sit in an air pot for hours. Our Iced Tea is also made to order. We have a friendly warm atmosphere. We don’t use an automatic machine so each drink is controlled by us. It takes a few seconds longer but I believe it’s worth the wait. What do you think? Come on in a give us a try.
A Shot Of Java is located at 4961 W Bell Road Suite #B2, Glendale, Arizona, 85308.
Our coffee shop is in an unassuming strip mall, adjacent to Audio Express and Planet Fitness.
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We are 100% committed to quality. From the coffee we source, to the love with which it is roasted.Lisa Dowd, Founder
When we set up shop with an espresso machine up front, we hoped to some day be a part of Glendale’s innovative tradition of service and cultural achievement. Everyday this aspiration drives us. The city’s energy binds us together. It drives us to be the best.
After serving Downtown Glendale from an alley for 20 years, we have finally moved into a larger and more comfortable coffee house, conveniently located off Bell Road in Glendale, adjacent to Audio Express and Planet Fitness. Whether you need to quench your thirst after a workout, or need a place to host a business meeting, the owners and the staff will make you feel like an old friend or even family.
Lisa Dowd is a witty, personable New York transplant who likes to gossip with her neighbors and knows an awful lot about “cawfee.” Five years ago, she ditched a lucrative (albeit stressful) career as an X-Ray tech to open a small coffee shop inside a Scottsdale salon. These days, you can find her whipping foam and blending lattes in her downtown Glendale coffee house A Shot of Java. I sat down with Lisa at a shaky metal bistro table in the brick alleyway outside the shop, as tea-drinking poets and passersby eavesdropped on her fabulous stories.– Wynter Holden, Phoenix New Times