Voted the Best Local Coffee Shops in Columbus, Ohio

March 29, 2023 (Published: December 9, 2021)
CBUS Top Pick for best local coffee shops in Columbus
CBUS Top Pick for best local coffee shops in Columbus

For the third year in a row, central Ohioans voted Crimson Cup the best local coffee shops in Columbus!

“We’re thrilled that so many Columbus coffee enthusiasts showed their love for Crimson Cup,” said Founder and President Greg Ubert. “Our coffee shops serve exceptional coffees that showcase the hard work of local coffee farmers.”

2021 Dispatch CBUS Top Picks Awards

The Columbus Dispatch announced the city’s top local businesses Thursday, December 9, at the 2021 CBUS Top Picks ceremony.

Crimson Cup Coffee Shops were the #1 CBUS Top Pick in the Local Coffee Shop category. Our shops also won top honors in the 2019 and 2020 awards.

The CBUS Top Picks program polls the local community to select the best businesses and organizations in the area. Through nominations and voting, they choose the best in over 150 business categories.

The Dispatch will publish the list of winners in a special supplement on Sunday, December 26.

Crimson Cup Coffee Shops in Columbus

Crimson Cup Upper Arlington

You’ll find our Columbus-area coffee shops in Clintonville, Upper Arlington and in the Columbus Convention Center.

In 2020, our new flagship store, Crimson, opened at Easton Town Center.

Outside Columbus, we operate Crimson Cup Tallmadge in Northeast Ohio and our newest shop, Crimson Cup West Chester, in Southwest Ohio.

Focusing on Good through The Ripple Effect

For over 30 years, Crimson Cup has set our stamp on the specialty coffee industry through a culture of responsibility, sustainability and innovation.

“Through The Ripple Effect, we calculate every action to have a meaningful impact on our team, customers, partners and communities,” Greg said.

Director of Sustainability Brandon Bir said Crimson Cup’s farming relationships help us stand out in the local coffee shop market.

“We are proud to share stories of our relationships with farmers with customers, who enjoy learning how they are supporting something bigger,” he said.

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