A small and ivy covered building, a short chalkboard sign sitting out front, and a huge window pane. This is Graph Café, the perfect place to get away from the city while staying in the city. A treasure amongst Chiang Mai cafés, this one is down a quiet soi and easily missable, but it’s a gem. Stepping inside the window pane door, you have to sidestep the wood paneled bar to arrive at a table. And then you have to make the difficult decision of what you want to drink. White brick walls, low hanging lights, wooden tables, and stools creates an aesthetically pleasing place to relax. Black and white photos and a shelf full of old cameras, hats, clocks, and coffee grinders gives this tiny cafe a trendy vibe. It’s the perfect place for photographers and hipsters.
Graph Café supports Thailand's coffee industry by using local coffee beans grown in the northern province of Chiang Rai. It’s definitely a place for coffee lovers and people that appreciate artisan styled coffee. They have standard drinks but the real treasure is their house made nitro cold brew. If you are a huge coffee fan like us, then this is certainly a place you shouldn’t forget to visit in Chiang Mai.