Our Favorite Coffee Shops in Miami

In Miami, it's always cafecito time.

By: Diana Rodriguez + The Hungry Post Team
In the city that lives and breathes cafecito, we take National Coffee Day very seriously.

They say today is National Coffee Day but honestly here in Miami, it’s cafecito day all year round. What’s your order? We know most of you will gravitate towards a cortadito, cafe con leche, iced coffee with almond milk, but what we’re really wondering is, will you go deep with a colada?

Here are 15 spots for your much-needed coffee break:

Joe and the Juice


Address: 2315 NW 2nd Ave
Neighborhood: Wynwood

 

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Creatives, need a place to brainstorm while you sip on your iced americano? Not a problem at Joe and the Juice. You can hangout out all day and not feel like anyone is rushing you out. If you get hungry order Joe’s club with chicken, avocado, tomato and pesto. There’s loud music so if you need to be in complete concentration mode wear your noise-canceling headphones.

Casa Tua Cucina


Address: 770 SW 7th St. Miami, FL 33130
Neighborhood: Brickell

 

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If you work in the WeWork of Brickell City Center and need to get out of the office for a client meeting, dazzle them at Casa Tua Cucina. Your simple order should be a latte with an almond croissant.

Dr. Smood


Address: 2230 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33127
Neighborhood: Wynwood

 

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Our sleek home away from home, where you can spend all day. Start the morning with their canned cold brew. Dr. Smood is bringing you a certified organic brew with single-origin beans sourced from the Selva Central region of Peru. If you start feeling hungry, we recommend you go with the protein avocado toast that comes with hummus, cucumber, chili flakes, Himalayan salt, black pepper and drizzled olive oil.

Panther Coffee


Address: 2390 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33127
Neighborhood: Wynwood

 

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When you ask about the coffee house that put Miami on the map and inspired more to open up shop, we’d say Panther Coffee. They have various locations in Little Haiti (beer and wine available at this location), MiMo, Coconut Grove, Miami Beach and the W hotel lobby in Brickell but we’re partial to their Wynwood Shop. Stop by in the afternoon for a chocolate chip cookie and an iced coffee.

Zak the Baker


Address: 2390 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33127
Neighborhood: Wynwood

 

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Stop by for a coffee, stay for the bread, babka and baked goods. This bakery is for a full-on breakfast in Wynwood. You really can’t go wrong with the menu and they are constantly creating new dishes so make sure you try the newbies.

Brewing Buddha Cafe & Arthouse


Address: 8219 SW 124th st. Miami, FL. 33156
Neighborhood: Kendall

 

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Looking for a soothing experience, a place to take it easy and simultaneously check out cool art? Stop by Brewing Buddha for a pour-over coffee experience of their medium roasted Ethiopian brew. If you’re looking for something eclectic and out there try their sweet plantain latte with rich banana notes and the campfire s’mores latte with notes of chocolate topped with a fire-roasted marshmallow. Other menu highlights include a pistachio matcha, wine, and beer. If you’re looking to munch on something special, try their guava and cream cheese bagel.

House of Per’la


Address: 2626 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
Neighborhood: Coral Gables

 

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In the heart Coral Gables, you will find Per’la, a culinary-driven coffee shop is in partnership with award-winning chef Giorgio Rapicavoli of Eating House and Glass and Vine. We’d grab breakfast or lunch here. For a quick bite, do not skip out on the guava and cheese pan de bonos.

B Bistro + Bakery


Address: 600 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131 + 200 Bird Rd. Coral Gables, FL 33146
Neighborhood: Brickell +  Coral Gables

 

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Our go-to breakfast and lunch spot. The food is incredible and it will be difficult to make a decision. Go in a group so you can share the Mexican avocado toast, the truffle bun, the BBB Cuban and the Reina Peepiada. For dessert after breakfast (yes, that’s a thing and we’re doing it) order the cruffin or the guava and cheese danish. No time to nap? Finish it off with a cortadito.

Delicious Raw


Address: 1828 Bay Rd. Miami Beach, FL 33139
Neighborhood: Miami Beach

 

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Known primarily for their specialty smoothies and their pitaya bowls, you can also get good coffee at Delicious Raw. Try their Mocha Chaga Latte infused with medicinal mushrooms, chai spice and almond milk.

Vice City Bean


Address: 8300 NE 2nd Ave
Neighborhood: Little River

 

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One of the few spots where you can get your hands on an Oat Milk latte. Members of our team also can get enough of the matcha latte at Vice City Bean. Pair your coffee with a blueberry cream cheese danish or a slice of their daily quiche.

Crema Gourmet Espresso


Location: Coral Gables
Address: 169 Miracle Mile R40, Coral Gables, FL 33134

When on the Mile, skip over the green mermaid and grab your coffee here. Their lattes will warm your heart with heart shapes and all. Not to mention, their breakfast and lunch sandwiches and delicious. We recommend the Chicken Club Sandwich, or if you’re going light, the Arugula Salad is a fantastic option.

All Day


Location: Downtown
Address: 1035 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33136

Maximum chill vibes here. Their coffee creations are ones to take note of. They have even inspired collaboration with The Salty Donut. We recommend you keep things cool with an iced “Joe Went to Thailand” coffee drink blended with condensed milk. As for food, definitely try the One-Handed made with a Florida sage-sausage or a classic Avocado Tartine on a seven-grain toast.

OTL


Location: Miami Design District
Address: 160 NE 40th St, Miami, FL 33137

The “T” might just stand for Trendy. Here’s a spot where you can pose for a selfie with a creamy Cortado. Breakfast is served all day, which we love. Also on our love list is the Grilled Cheese sandwich. Keeping things light? Well, then order yourself some overnight oats along with a frothy cappuccino.

Deco Coffee Co.


Location: Allapattah
Address: 1298 NW 29th St, Miami, FL 33142

 

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They are roasting more than just coffee beans here. The Miami-based roasting company makes a mean espresso. But if you’re peeking into the kitchen, you’ll find more than you expected like a stacked Beet Toast with egg salad, crushed beets, and toasted almonds.

Ella


Location: Miami Design District
Address: 140 NE 39th St #136, Miami, FL 33137

They are brewing Panther Coffee and JoJo Tea here so you’ll get the best of both worlds. And they’re right in the heart of Miami’s Design District. A macchiato does the trick when in that afternoon slump. Or better yet, get yourself a wild smoked salmon sandwich or just order the full menu of pastries.