What do you get when an architect opens a coffee shop? A sleek, well-designed cafe called Humble Coffee Company.
Over the weekend, Humble celebrated their first year in business with a big old birthday party. I checked out the Humble Bash for myself this past Saturday. Food trucks, musicians, artists, and a whole bunch of people came together to commemorate an important milestone for any local business; the one-year mark.
For me, Humble has been a second office, a place to plug in and crank out some writing. So I was happy when I saw they expanded the space, adding much-needed seating. The cold brew here is one of my go-to options, with an occasional macchiato thrown in the mix.
Humble is one of the more aesthetically-pleasing shops in town, making it highly Instagrammable. In fact, it was through Instagram that I first heard about Humble, even before they had opened their doors. I highly recommend following them; they're one of the most interactive local shops in Albuquerque. Find them on Instagram: @humblecoffee.
(BTW, you can find me on IG as well: @follow_eric.)
So if you find yourself near Lomas and Montclaire, check them out, try their cold brew, and snap a pic to Instagram. Tell them Follow Eric sent you.
About Mugshot Mondays
On Mondays, I'll be sharing my favorite local coffee shops with you. These are the places I visit regularly, whether as a place to meet with friends or as a second office for writing. Follow me on Facebook and Twitter to see the next #MugshotMonday.