LOCATION

1727 West 18th St.
Chicago, IL 60616

HOURS

Monday - CLOSED

Tuesday Friday Sunday | 8am – 5pm

Wednesday and Thursday | 8am – 6pm

Saturday | 8am – 7pm

 
 

– Dark Matter Coffee –

Manifesto

In a world driven by technology and science, we are the gravitational resistance rooted in skill and philosophy. An innovative culinary family fueled by community and passion to deliver the most intellectually honest coffee you will experience.

Dark Matter Coffee™ adheres to a philosophy where quality coffees are sourced based on traceability, innovation and social responsibility. Sustainability and fair business practices are very important to us. While aligning with organizations like Fair Trade Alliance, Rainforest Alliance or UTZ, help to ensure fair practices, we have also created direct partnerships with farmers in El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico. These partnerships have grown to become family, allowing us to directly source our beans from the plant to the cup. This sourcing transparency yields fair business practices and unparalleled quality control, a difference that can be tasted in every cup. 

 
 
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Location

1727 West 18th St.
Chicago, Illinois 60608

We are located in the heart of Pilsen on 18th St. under the Pink Line 18th Street Stop.

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Handwoven textiles from Oaxaca and Chiapas, Mexico

Handwoven textiles from Oaxaca and Chiapas, Mexico

Clay jewelry from San Bartolo Coyotepec, Oaxaca

Clay jewelry from San Bartolo Coyotepec, Oaxaca

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Handmade artisan paper goods from Taller Arte Papel in San Agustín Etla, Oaxaca (design by Francisco Toledo)

Handmade artisan paper goods from Taller Arte Papel in San Agustín Etla, Oaxaca (design by Francisco Toledo)

Handwoven textiles from Teotlitán del Valle and Santo Tomás Jalieza, Oaxaca

Handwoven textiles from Teotlitán del Valle and Santo Tomás Jalieza, Oaxaca