Morning Times is a local coffee shop in downtown Raleigh.

Morning Times is a local coffeehouse in downtown Raleigh that opened in 2006. The coffeehouse is best known for its quality house brew, Counter Culture, as well as its unique menu choices. 


Customers are able to eat breakfast and lunch items in the outside seating areas or within the bi-level coffee shop. The second floor of the shop is devoted to an art gallery with walls decorated in exposed brick and a mix of small intimate tables with cozy chairs surrounding one large farm table in the center. The shop flirts with a vintage-country style mixed with a bohemian-indie mood.


The coffeehouse is inspired by the love for the area that is seen not only through their friendly customer service, but also through the local and hormone free eggs that are used in the shop's omelets. Healthy options such as fruit salad, oatmeal and granola parfait are available, or you can choose to have a house-made bagel or pastry.


Food is served till 6 p.m. everyday, but the coffee shop doesn’t close to the public until 10 p.m. The weekly Sunday Brunch at the Times is also an event that the shop is well known for. Table service is from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and access to bottomless coffee, house-made specialty entrees and alcoholic drinks are available. 


10 E Hargett Street

Raleigh, NC 27601

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