Dark Pine Coffee is bringing its innovative espresso expertise to Eugene! This new coffee shop can be found sharing space with Togo’s on Pearl Street, but don’t let that fool you! We don’t mess around—our fully equipped espresso bar is limited only by your imagination and particular palate. From 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday through Saturday and from 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Sundays, visit us for a locally sourced cup of coffee served by experienced coffee artisans. Each beverage is prepared with the same level of intentionality as the ingredients we select—we use Oregon coffee and dairy products and offer coffee-compatible pastries from Sweet Life Patisserie. Not a coffee drinker? Join us for some loose leaf tea, a smoothie, or a milkshake!
very friendly and great nitro cold brew!
This place is where it’s at! They have amazing drinks and an even better staff. Tanner remembers everything. I was new to coffee upon moving to Eugene and starting a new job. I told him some similar drinks I had tried and he suggested something and it was spot on. The staff is always friendly, the service is always above and beyond, and the drinks are amazing! I would choose this place over any other place, hands down. Walk into Togo’s and go try it for yourself! I reccomend the white chocolate almond roca.
They are right inside Togo's. Tanner is very friendly, knowledgeable and makes a great cup of coffee!!
Our passion is serving exceptional coffee to our city. Our tastebuds are as diverse as our community —so if you’re not a coffee drinker—please join us for loose leaf tea, a smoothie, or a milkshake!
Our baristas have a collective 25 years of experience in the coffee business and an unwavering dedication to excellent espresso. At Dark Pine Coffee, our team’s varied expertise fuses to produce unprecedented flavor, precise temperature, and perfect texture.
Our Pearl Street location isn’t just for the aesthetic—we are strategically placed for your convenience! Stop by while you’re downtown to pick up some espresso that will get you to your next destination.
1: Diaries and Letters from the Western Trails: 1852, The Oregon Trail, edited by Kenneth Holmes and David Duniway, vol. 5, Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press, 1986.