Logos Coffee Company Operates out of Salt Lake City. Sourcing only the highest quality Green Coffee from around the World. Roasting Every Batch with intention to highlight the full potential flavor characteristics.
Logos Coffee has a specialty coffee shop located inside Emigration Cafe (Pago Restaurant Group) on 1709 E 1300 S and participates in the Wheeler Farm, Downtown, Park Silly and Murray Farmers Markets every summer, providing fresh roasted coffee and fresh brewed cold brew. In addition Logos Coffee provides a competitive subscription program, where coffee is delivered to your doorstep anywhere in the Salt Lake Valley. Logos Coffee also has a custom built specialty coffee cart for private events and offices, that has serviced notable clients such as Netflix and Divvy.
Looking into the future Logos Coffee will be seeking out a cafe roastery and expanding its subscription program.
Can Be Found Here:
- Specialty Coffee Shop – Emigration Cafe
- Wheeler Farmers Market
- Park Silly Farmers Market
- Murray Farmers Market
Cafe team is wonderful — as is coffee and pastry!! Interior is nicely appointed — looking forward to visiting again. And DELIGHTED they have 8 oz option in size!!” – Rachel Parent, Google Review
Great coffee bar with an awesome atmosphere! I’ll definitely be back to enjoy my perfectly roasted coffee on their beautiful patio.” – Chelsea Blanton, Google Review
I can 100% tell you that this coffee is beyond amazing. Usually a Carmel macchiato has a slightly bitter taste but the one from Logos Coffee today did not. It was so sweet and delicious. And the latte art was just so special and a amazing, thoughtful extra touch.” – Brittny Kelbis, Facebook Review
South Salt Lake,, Utah
- 3232 S 400 E. STE 1100
- South Salt Lake,, Utah 84115
- Message: firstname.lastname@example.org
Owner & Operator
The conception of Logos Coffee started while owner/operator Nick, was working as an Associate City Planner for The City and County of Denver, CO. While creating relationships in the small business world of Denver, Nick was inspired by the art of coffee roasting. One thing lead to another and he ended up back in his hometown of Salt Lake City and purchased a small batch coffee roaster. Nick has organically built Logos Coffee since March of 2018.