Where to Go For Coffee in Boca Raton…Look No Further!
I don’t know about you but the #SoooBoca gals love their coffee and as busy on the go entrepreneurs “coffee” is a main food staple for us! We know coffee shops in Boca Raton and we also know that some of the best coffee shops in South Florida are right here in Boca Raton!
Boca is a mecca for small business owners — this city takes pride in buying local and supporting our neighborhood shops.
Of course we enjoy the occasional Starbucks or a quick pit stop at Dunkin’ Donuts, but what we really love is the home town brewed stuff. The slow roasted, cozy sitting cup of coffee.
PS…Here is a very unscientific poll I did on Nextdoor and the results of what type of coffee the 52 people who responded liked or at least gave their input on:
First on the list, is the sweet, quaint shop right off of Palmetto Park Road ‘The Seed.’ This spot popped up over night and since its curation has been a hometown favorite! Not only is the coffee toasty and amazing but the atmosphere is what elevates this cafe to the next level. The community tables are great for a large meet up and each seat has access to an outlet! If that doesn’t scream business meeting don’t know what does!
For a more traditional coffee experience stop by ‘Saquellas.’ Located in the heart of downtown Boca this long standing Italian cafe is known for their creamy cappuccinos, lattes and all around smooth coffee. Pair it with any of the bakery items and you are sure to be drifting off into mid-morning heaven. Don’t worry about getting lost in the plaza, just keep an eye out for Saquellas signature red chairs and you will be one sip closer to our favorite iced latte.
If cold brew coffee is on your agenda pop in at ‘Apura’ for an overnight brew that will get your wheels moving. Try the Vanilla Mocha Coffee, you definitely will not feel guilty about this yummy, sweet drink since it is made with all natural ingredients. This stop brews with intention, so you can be sure that anything you consume from Apura will be pure quality.
There is nothing more french than cake and coffee. ‘Cote France Cafe’ is known for their authentic french pastries and steamy cups of caffeine goodness. Much like the sweet avenues of France this cafe is located on a cozy corner in the midst of Royal Palm Plaza — if you blink you may miss it. It is the perfect place for an after lunch pick me up or a feel good sweet.
New kid on the block ‘R1 Coffee,’ is just now making their debut on the coffee scene here in Boca Raton. Check them out over on Federal Highway and see what they are all about. Try a classic espresso or ask to check out their daily coffee menu..yes you read that correctly — DAILY COFFEE MENU. Sip and splurge over Boca’s newest cafe.
We recently visited Mane Coffee and it was simply delightful! Boca Raton native Daniel Karram has opened his shop just off of Spanish River Blvd and Federal Highway and it has both indoor and outdoor seating. They select coffee from world class roasters around the United States and they also taste and try each coffee they offer. Specializing in pour overs: a single serve, made-to-order cup of coffee and customers can choose from 10+ coffees + new options from time to time!
There is a fabulous new vegan friendly self-serve coffee spot called the The Organic Bean Company that Tiffany Hakim, an FAU alumni has opened over at The Shops at University Park on 20th Street. This is such a cool place with some great options like nitro coffee, hot or cold coffee, tea and juices! I had a morning meeting and have been dying to try the coffee here and it was fabulous! Easy, quick and such a pleasant yet chill atmosphere.
A true sweet treat that happens to be located by some of our fave boutiques and thrift stores is on 20th Street near Florida Atlantic University. Cosa Duci Bakery and Cafe is simply as salute to all things delicious and the coffee is off the charts good. My personal fave is the cappuccino and a mini quiche! Their menu is diverse and they are open for breakfast, lunch and early dinner as they close at 6pm.
Another addition to our #SoooBoca list is Tulipe Cafe, a parisian style spot for you to visit just on Powerline Road. Who doesn’t love a melt in your mouth chocolate croissant or tasty macaron or a french biscotti to dip in your coffee or cup of espresso!
If you are “old Boca” I want to pay tribute to a throw back spot called the Coffee Roaster out at Glades Plaza…oh my it was lovely. Remember those sandwiches and the outdoor garden? It was one of my faves to go to with my mom.