For most people, it’s just not a functioning morning until a cup of joe has been consumed. But sometimes, you may not want to take a trip to Starbucks for a grande mocha latte. In South Florida, there are plenty of good coffee shops, but these will really tickle your taste buds.
3555 SW 8th St
Miami, FL 33135
It’s a staple for any politician who wants to get elected in Florida to head over to Versailles to shake hands with the people over some coffee. Versailles is located in Little Havana and politicos and stars alike crave the attention of approval of Versailles customers and all of them rave about the coffee and the bakery, so it’s one you should definitely check out.
300 Alhambra Circle
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Located near the center of Coral Gables, Café Demetrio has a relaxed atmosphere with a smorgasbord of different latte and coffee choices. It’s quiet enough that you can have a great conversation inside, or enjoy your cup o joe on the patio. It may not have the luxuries you look for in some restaurants and other places, but much like a star athlete, Café Demetrio just has the “it” factor.
700 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Located on South Beach, Puerto Sagua is both a Cuban restaurant and great home to some serious Cuban coffee. It’s been open since 1968 and is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It’s a great hangout after your club trip or place to start your evening. Just remember, a shot of Cuban coffee will do you. If you drink the whole cup, good luck with trying to sleep…for the rest of the week.
El Tamarindo Café
233 State Road 84
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
Offering a more formal atmosphere, El Tamarindo Café is a great restaurant also known as a great place to enjoy some coffee. You can enjoy some fine wine and some of the best service in the area. Just sit back, stretch out, and enjoy the coffee and food at El Tamarindo.
800 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Open 24 hours a day, News Café is a café-restaurant, bar, and newsstand located so close to the water that you can almost fish in the Atlantic Ocean from there. Opened in 1988, News Café remains one of the most popular hangouts on Miami Beach. And if coffee isn’t your thing on a hot day at the beach, check out the ice creams and sorbet or a nice cup of frozen yogurt to cool you off in the stifling sun.