Discover Local Coffee with GIG Car Share!

They can be your morning pick-me-up, break in the middle of the day, place to catch up with friends, or spot to study for exams; coffeehouses give us many reasons to get in a Gig and visit. The brilliantly crafted cups ☕ of pure bliss, in hot or iced form, always keep us coming back for more. 🥰

The cities where Gigs roam have some of the best local coffee in the nation 💯, with San Francisco and Seattle ranked #1 and #2 respectively, followed by Sacramento at #9 according to a 2022 report by WalletHub. Explore the phenomenal coffee brewing in these communities with some of our favorites. Just grab a Gig 🚙, and start sipping!

*Operations will discontinue in the Sacramento HomeZone on Tuesday, February 28, 2023.

SF Bay Area

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Sightglass Coffee
There are three locations in SF to enjoy dynamic Sightglass coffee, with 270 7th Street being the flagship. That space houses their production roastery, open coffee bar, community space, and company headquarters.

The Coffee Movement
Bringing the communal vibe and celebratory nature of coffee culture from Australia to the United States was how The Coffee Movement began. This one shop at 1030 Washington Street in SF more than delivers.

Artís Coffee
Over in Berkeley at 1717 4th Street, Artís aims to take you on a coffee journey from seed to sip. They offer the finest selections from around the world, sustainably and ethically sourced.

Timeless Coffee
A 100% plant-based coffee roastery and bakery since 2012, Timeless vows to share its passion for great coffee and the positive benefits of eating vegan. There are four locations to visit between Oakland and Berkeley.


Photo courtesy of @TempleCoffee

Temple Coffee Roasters
After its founder returned from Indonesia, Temple opened with the vision of creating a community place like the temples he visited. Now at eight locations, each brings good vibes, great service, and exceptional coffee.

Old Soul Co.
A friendship over a shared passion for cafe culture and the craftsmanship behind coffee roasting and baking sparked the beginning of Old Soul Co. With four locations, the Midtown space at 1716 L Street is the flagship.

Fourscore Coffee
In Roseville at 325 Lincoln Street sits Fourscore, which not only makes amazing coffee, but encourages local musicians and artists, and supports human rights.

Rescate Coffee
Fresh roasted coffee and delicious cupcakes converge at Rescate, located at 2475 Elk Grove Blvd. #160 in Elk Grove. While focused on creating quality sips and bites, the company also donates to local pet rescues.


Photo courtesy of @VictrolaCoffee

Victrola Coffee Roasters
When Victrola opened in 2000, the little 15th Avenue neighborhood had a big need for great coffee and a space for friends to hang out. Now in its third decade, these innovative roasters have grown to four locations in all.

Monorail Espresso
Founded in 1980 as the world's first espresso cart, Monorail has established itself as a Seattle coffee icon, growing to four locations, with each serving the same celebrated custom blend from its origination 40+ years ago.

Coffeeholic House
After coming to Seattle from Vietnam, the Coffeeholic founders could not find coffee like back home, so they created it with the city's first Vietnamese coffee shops at 3700 S Hudson Street and 8525 Greenwood Avenue N.

Analog Coffee
In the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle at 235 Summit Avenue E, Analog serves a rotating cast of exceptional local roasters and a dose of nostalgia with comic books, vinyl records, and newspapers on the wall.

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