Miami is known for a lot of things, but we definitely hold Latin coffee and espresso very near and dear to our hearts. We love our Cafecito!
‘Tis the season for remote working, because we’ve gathered some of the best Latin coffee shops in Miami for you to either grab a cortadito to-go or simply sit and lounge for a few hours for some premium people watching.
When it comes to a quality Miami coffee shop, options and a good aesthetic are what we’re looking for. Bebito’s effortlessly maintains both! This Miami Beach staple is known for its locally-grown signature blend paired with various customizations for every customer.
Being on the beach, Bebito’s makes it a point to match the design of the trendiness in South Beach, while also staying true to their local and Latin roots. There are beautiful plants everywhere, and the pastel décor is reminiscent of a Latin club from the ’50s. The food manages to stay on theme as well, all while remaining very modern with several vegan and vegetarian options.
Looking for a trendy coffee shop in Miami to snap some pictures at, while also sipping on a quality cup of Café con Leche? Look no further!
Tinta y Café manages to seamlessly merge the needs of the remote working crowd, and the in-office crowd all into one adorable coffee shop.
Employees rushing to work in the morning can stop by the side of the shop where there’s a small window with Cuban coffee, pastelitos, and croquetas to grab on the go. When you step inside you’ll find eclectic couches and vintage bookshelves, perfect for your Zoom background! The food menu is mostly sandwiches, salads, and pastries – all with Cuban influence.
If you’re looking for a place to relax, and feel at home, this is the best coffee shop for you.
The aesthetic at La Social definitely pushes it over the edge. You’ll find a small pink “cottage” in the heart of MiMo, surrounded by trees, flowers, and shrubbery. Inside, there are couches and small tables for dining or sipping coffee. There’s a front and back patio, but the back patio is a tropical oasis with beautiful trees and even a small carriage to top it off.
We sat there for a few hours and the waiter showed us a few different pastries that were made fresh and special for the day – which were delicious of course! La Social has amazing baked goods on top of a bunch of different types of coffee. If you’d like to order lunch they also have sandwiches, wraps, and more.
If you’re looking for a cute, Instagram-able aesthetic, with good coffee and tasty bites, La Social is perfect for you!
Located in Wynwood, Suite Cabana Café mimics a small home, with Cuban film posters decorating the walls. The cool thing about Suite Habana is that it only uses local products! The shop serves mainly repeat customers, because of their high-quality coffee and friendly service.
Suite Habana is designed to resemble a Cuban paladres – a home that also serves as a restaurant, and serves vegan baked goods, gluten-free cookies, empanadas, and more.
If you’re in the mood for a local gem, definitely try Suite Habana café.
For the picky coffee drinker, this place is for you! Pasión del Cielo allows you to meticulously customize your entire coffee order. With the help of the staff, you can create your ideal coffee drink!
Inside is filled with an array of work-from-homers, people on a quick coffee break from the office, or just people catching up with friends. There are different sized tables as well as couches for lounging and plenty of outlets and strong WiFi.
If you’re looking for a particular blend of coffee and some good, old-fashioned people watching, this is your ideal Latin coffee shop.
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We hope you enjoyed reading about our favorite Latin coffee shops in Miami, and have found your ideal coffee location!