Coffee is an essential part of our daily lives. For some of us, it's the glue that holds our lives together and saves us from falling asleep at places where public napping isn't exactly encouraged. What would we do without our friendly neighborhood baristas to serve us that caffeine fix when we need it the most?\nREAD ALSO: 17 Bucket List Restaurants You Need To Try In Saskatoon \n\nProbably falling asleep face first in our breakfast, napping under our desks at work, and yawning uncontrollably. But thanks to Saskatoon's love for crafting the finest quality coffee, we can rely on a number of local cafes to serve us that friendly little bean that gives us our daily dose of caffeine. \n\nHere are 12 cafes in Saskatoon you need to go to at least once in your life:\nvia @okayanabelle\nDrift Sidewalk Cafe & Vista Lounge // 339 Avenue A\nKnown for: Hawaiian surf vibes and gigantic homemade crepes.\nvia @saskatooneats\nThe Karma Cafe // 2-157 2nd Avenue North\nKnown for: Spreading good karma and serving delicious espresso drinks.\nvia @seolaeyang\nCollective Coffee // 210B 20 St. W & 210 Avenue P S\nKnown for: Being Saskatoon's hippest coffee bar and serving some mean coffee beans.\nvia @audrisse\nCity Perks // 801 7th Avenue North & 627 Brand Court\nKnown for: Being YXE's charming neighborhood cafe that brings community together over a good cup of coffee.\nvia @careyshawphoto\nMuseo Coffee // 730a Broadway Avenue\nKnown for: Cozy vibes and serving exceptional coffee and espresso creations.\nvia @j3anhuang\nLittle Bird Patisserie // 20 Avenue B South\nKnown for: The best selection of teas and delicious French-inspired pastries.\nvia @rebekahkreutzer\nd'Lish By Tish // 702A 14th Street East\nKnown for: Serving goodness in all things food and drink.\nvia @caloriesrestaurant\nCalories // 721 Broadway Avenue\nKnown for: Bringing local traditions to life and being the go-to spot for delicious desserts in YXE.\nvia @oneyoungboy\nPark Cafe // 515 20th Street\nKnown for: Serving up some of the best diner food YXE has ever tasted.\nvia @lettertoleaf\nHoney Bun Cafe // 167A 2nd Ave South\nKnown for: Fresh local ingredients turned into fresh, local fare. Oh, and really good cinnamon buns.\nvia @nicolebuhler\nCitizen Cafe & Bakery // 18-23rd Street East\nKnown for: Made from scratch bakery goods and quality espresso creations.\nvia @undergroundrootsseries\nThe Underground Cafe // 430 20th Street West\nKnown for: Serving up a side of good music with your coffee. Try out their specialty coffee called "The Black Frank."