The top cafe’s to visit now. Winter Park is full of beautiful nature, cute little shops, and incredible cafes. So if you wondering where to go to find the best cafe and entertainment, this is the perfect blog for you.
No matter where you go in Orlando, you’ll come across coffee shops offering great java fixes, including locally roasted blends, hot teas, and even freshly baked pastries and donuts. If you need a cup of joe to go or want to savor one with a snack or two, check out these cafes and eateries throughout Orlando
Craft and Common
Central Business District’s Craft & Common. The cafe and breakfast and brunch spot, serving coffee, tea, and more. Craft & Common has become an instant favorite for locals. And it has become a must-have stop for tourists visiting downtown Orlando. Their menu has been revamped with an assortment of tasty items and treats like truffled popcorn, smoked salmon toast, and a cheese sampler, just to name a few. They have added new drinks, but they still have their specialty coffees like their painkiller. The painkiller is a cold brew float with vanilla ice cream, cream of coconut, orange, and nutmeg
Cafe Linger is a well-known cafe here in Orlando. This cafe offers coffee, tea, waffles, and more is located close to the College Park area, Cafe Linger is another much-loved go-to spot for relaxing. Café Linger is a locally owned coffee house in Orlando, FL that brings back a more. Traditional coffee culture in which patrons are encouraged to stay and relax. With a delightful menu full of tasty options and freshly brewed coffee every single day, it’s difficult to not linger for a while.
Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar
Located in Orlando’s Milk District, a community east of downtown Orlando, Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar is less of a java joint and more of an all-purpose neighborhood hangout.
This coffee shop is an art-lovers haven. Enjoy organic coffee, vegan pastries, and local art. Make sure to stop by Fridays and Saturdays for stand-up comedy night. The Drunken Monkey Bar is known for its amazing drinks and sweet pastries. This cafe is definitely under the local favorites list.
Bubble & Co
Take a trip down I-Drive and pair an espresso or an iced coffee latte with their bubble waffles and fresh pastries. Bubble and Co. is a place where you can come to relax and be immersed in the aroma of sweet pastries, fragrant tea, and coffee. Here at Bubble and Co., our signatures are Bubble Tea and Bubble Waffles made to order with fresh and all-natural ingredients.
Barnie’s Coffee & Tea
There’s no shortage of variety here. Try one of their signature drinks like a Turkish latte or a honey lavender latte. And, if you’re craving good food, they have plenty of that. Munch on a fig and brie flatbread, french toast and so much more.
Lard Lad Donuts
Thanks to this eatery in the Springfield section of Universal Studios Florida, everyone can enjoy Homer Simpson’s favorite donuts. Lard Lad sells other sweet treats, too, including several with ice cream for beating the heat. Coffee and other beverages are available for washing it all down.
Barnie’s Coffee Kitchen
A retail storefront, headquarters, and test lab for Barnie’s Coffee & Tea Co., this coffee shop is located on Park Avenue in Winter Park. Besides acclaimed micro-roasts, this shop also features a chef-driven menu that’s fresh, inventive, and, whenever possible, locally sourced.
The Donut King
The coffee pairs beautifully with the star attractions. At this family-owned bakery, which has locations in Winter Park and Minneola (about 50 minutes west of Orlando). The donuts are baked fresh daily, with plenty of traditional and exotic varieties to choose from. As well as full breakfast and lunch options.
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