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Like the tracks not listed on an album liner, Hidden Track Café offers coffees and foods that extend beyond what you’ll find in chain retail and grocery stores. If it’s on our shelves, we’ve tasted it, we love it, and we can’t wait to share it with you.

BYOB Wine and More Too!

IT’S A WIN-WIN WITH HIDDEN TRACK IN PHOENIX!

Hidden Track Café also allows you to BYOB wine and beer. We’ve partnered up with the Hidden Track Bottle Shop to offer plenty of amazing choices just right next door!

About Us

Hidden Track Café was inspired by numerous encounters with friends and strangers, and conversations that asked “Where did you find this coffee?” or “Where can I get some of these foods?” As we searched for the right space to create our vision, the ideal location for our concept was presented. The 111 West Monroe building in downtown Phoenix was built in the 1960s – the same decade The Beatles introduced the world to the first “hidden track” on an album. This bit of nostalgia, the location of the shop within the lobby, and the revitalization of the building were a perfect match in creating Hidden Track Café.

Great For Group Events

Hidden Track Café is a perfect place to gather for your small group and social functions.

Whether it’s a book club, business meeting, or just a social meetup group…

 

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Hours

Monday – Friday: 7:00am – 6:00pm

Saturday: 9:00am – 7:00pm

Sundays: Closed

Location

Hidden Track Café
111 W. Monroe Street
Phoenix, AZ 85003
602-566-7932

Free Garage Parking

You may enter the parking garage on 2nd Avenue just south of Monroe Street. Metered street parking is just outside our lobby on Monroe Street.

Grid Bikes

We are just one block from two Grid Bike Stations! You can find the stations on Adams Street at First Avenue and at Adams Street at Second Avenue.

Light Rail

We are just two blocks from the Van Buren Street Light Rail Station. Walk south from the station one block and then turn right on Monroe Street.