Workplace Highlight: Coffee & Coconuts
Nashville is home to hundreds of bloggers, freelancers, writers and entrepreneurs who make local coffeehouses their preferred workspaces. With so many available options, choosing a location is often a challenge.
This post highlights one of the many caffeine dealers: Coffee & Coconuts.
Saturdays are my designated GET STUFF DONE days. During the week, my schedule is packed with school, work, church and basic life tasks. On the weekends, I give myself time to be creative, which often means I end up at various coffeehouses.
Coffee & Coconuts in Franklin, Tennessee is my chosen writing haven this weekend. With beachy décor, turquoise floors and eclectic seating, the coffeehouse offers a mini vacation for Nashville laptop addicts like me.
Overview: Coffee & Coconuts is a family-run business located a few miles outside of Nashville. It sells a variety of coffee, pastries (like zucchini muffins), café meals, acai bowls and coconut water. Fresh flowers and white walls make Coffee & Coconuts a bloggers’ paradise. Wi-Fi is a tad spotty, but the tropical atmosphere makes up for it.
I give Coffee & Coconuts a FOUR out of FIVE STARS for LAPTOP ADDICT FRIENDLINESS.
When I arrived at Coffee & Coconuts, I ordered a pumpkin spice latte and curled up on a pillow-lined bench seat with my latest read, “The Burning World” by Isaac Marion. I spent an hour warming up my creativity with coffee and Marion’s brilliant words, then dove into my own manuscript.
If you love Lana del Ray vibes, funky chairs and seaside aesthetic, Coffee & Coconuts is the workspace for you!
Comment below your coffeehouse recommendation. I am always on the lookout for new workspaces.