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The 10 Best Coffee Shops In Miami

The 10 Best Coffee Shops In Miami

In just the last couple of years, there have been new coffee shops and cafes popping up in every Miami neighborhood--and we're not mad about it! We may not be the coffee capital of the country, but we still know where to find the best brews around the city. Here are the 10 best coffee shops in Miami to check out ASAP!

If you know Miami, you know that it’s a little late to the coffee scene. In just the last couple of years, there have been new coffee shops and cafes popping up in every Miami neighborhood–and we’re not mad about it! We may not be the coffee capital of the country, but we still know where to find the best brews around the city. Here are the 10 best coffee shops in Miami to check out ASAP!

1. Panther Coffee

If you didn’t stop for a coffee break at Panther, did you even go to Wynwood? This is a local favorite with some of the city’s best tasting cold brew, lattes, cortaditos and fresh croissants. It all started with a bicycle cart serving cold brews alongside the food trucks, and now there’s three locations around Miami in Wynwood, Coconut Grove and Miami Beach. Even if you’re not a coffee drinker, they’ll have you covered with a great selection of teas, beer and wine.


A Downtown spot for the modern minimalist or the one who’s always on the go. You can either walk up to their to-go sidewalk counter or enjoy your specialty brew in the peaceful dining room. ALL DAY is modern and innovative with dozens of variations of brews and the most perfect simple breakfast options that just hit the spot no matter where you’re headed off to. This one of the best coffee shops in Miami you have to check out.

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3. Alaska Coffee Roasting Co.

With its roots in Fairbanks, Alaska since ‘93, this coffee shop has found a second home in North Miami and has been a favorite ever since. Though the shop is a long way from its origins, the philosophy and experience remain the same with hand selected coffee beans from Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Sumatra, Nicaragua, etc. The result has been bringing local Miamians back every day during their morning commutes and then back for delicious wood-fire oven pizza or one of its many pastries.

4. Miam Café and Boutique

Miam is a spot that’s hard to miss and a must stop in the heart of Wynwood. The black and white striped painted building will most definitely grab your attention, and the hip atmosphere paired with the delicious coffee aroma will keep pulling you in for more. Whatever your coffee craving is, they probably have it, along with a few other delicious selections.

5. Vice City Bean

You’ve probably seen them around town or at the Miami Flea with their cute little bicycle cart serving their famously delicious iced vanilla latte. A perfect Miami-style blend of classical and new-wave, serving deliciously frothy lattes, cortados, matcha, nitro cold brew and more. Word on the street is that if you happen to not like Panther’s coffee, then you’re most likely more of a Vice City Bean coffee lover. Tucked away just between Midtown and Downtown, this is a daily must stop for the freshest rich coffee in the area paired with any of their mouth-watering sweets.

6. Pasón del Cielo Coffee

How often is it that you can order a coffee and get asked what type of beans you want used for your delicious brew? Not very. At Pasión del Cielo, you have the option to choose between coffee beans sourced directly from Colombia, Cuba, Costa Rica, Jamaica or Brazil to ensure receiving your perfect cup of joe. Do you have mini panic attacks when you’re asked to make an important choice in just a few seconds? Don’t worry! The super friendly staff will be more than happy to give you a quick geography-based suggestion for your desired taste.

7. Eternity Coffee Roasters

Colombian coffee growers Chris Johnson and Christin Ernesto Garces pride themselves on serving the ultimate seed-to-cup experience with their beans sourced directly from small farms in Colombia, Kenya and Ethiopia. Eternity coffee is the perfect fix to a busy afternoon in Downtown Miami, and its laid-back vibes will definitely keep you craving for more.

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8. Brothers & Brawlers

The ultimate coffee shop turned sophisticated man-cave in the heart of Miami’s Design District. This space is about as unique as it gets with an array of vintage motorcycles, handmade clothing, accessories for men, a tailoring studio and the coffee bar that’s quickly become a neighborhood favorite. Brothers & Brawlers serves customized espresso-based brews using the NYC favorite, Eastlick Coffee, and Miami’s own Panther Coffee. They’re fairly new to the Design District, but that definitely hasn’t stopped them from using their originality to make their place a local hotspot for young professionals. These are just a few of the best coffee shops in Miami to check out!

9. Versailles Bakery

You haven’t had the complete Miami experience without trying a cafe con leche or cafecito. And this is the place to try it. Versailles is the easily the most popular Cuban restaurant and bakery in Miami. It continues to live up to those expectations with every visit, hence the reason why it’s always packed. Pair your cafecito with their famous guava or cheese pastelitos… you’re welcome.

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10. Cafe Curuba

This quaint cafe nestled in Coral Gables is just what you need for a morning on-the-go or a delicious afternoon pick-me-up. A fresh batch of coffee is made every 20 minutes and without a single detail to spare. Owner Debbie Rabinovici takes pride in the detail that goes into each serving made from custom ground coffee beans that are steeped in 18 ounces of water for exactly three minutes. It’s no doubt that every cup is made perfectly just for you. Be prepared to wait a little at these best coffee shops in Miami, but it’s totally worth it.

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