The sunny Floridian city of Orlando may conjure images of Disney World and bustling restaurants full of tourists, but when it comes to great coffee, there is a myriad of quiet, cozy, laid-back, and hip joints to grab a cuppa joe. Whether you want stylish French presses, hip nitros, the latest versions of slow drips, perks, and pour-overs, or a simple espresso Italian-style, here are some of the best spots in Orlando to get your coffee fix. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Achilles Art Cafe
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Serving the Metrowest community for the past eight years, Achilles Art Cafe is a vibrant, eclectic with plush, comfy sofas and art-adorned walls that serve a variety of coffee and specialty drinks and light fare, as well as a selection of beer and wine. Fair Trade and organic coffee beans are supplied by a local artisan micro coffee roastery in Groveland called Golden Hills, and the coffee menu features a range of espresso beverages, drip coffee, and cold brews. The list also features a large variety of teas, wine, beer, and freshly baked pastries and sandwiches. Achilles Art Cafe is open for brunch, lunch, and dinner, Monday through Saturday.
2869 Wilshire Dr #103, Orlando, FL 32835, Phone: 407-704-7860
© Austin’s Coffee
Austin’s Coffee is a casual bohemian café that serves organic, fair-trade coffee, craft beers, and casual wines and hosts live entertainment nightly. Based in the Winter Park/Orlando Florida community, Fresh, the cozy coffee shop roasts imported coffee beans on-site on a modern micro-roaster and makes a variety of specialty coffee drinks and organic teas to enjoy in-house or to go. A food menu features light fare such as appetizers, fresh salads, gourmet sandwiches, and freshly baked pastries, as well as a rotating beer selection, and organic and sustainable wines. Live entertainment in the form of music bands, independent films, art shows, live comedy, poetry readings, and much more on a nightly basis, and the shop is open 24 hours daily.
929 W Fairbanks Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789, Phone: 407-975-3364
3.Barnie's Coffee & Tea
© Barnie’s Coffee & Tea
Boasting several locales around town with a flagship shop on Winter Park's famous Park Avenue, Barnie’s Coffee & Tea is a snug café with cozy indoor and outdoor seating that serves house-roasted coffee, and fresh pastries in intimate environs. The charming café is renowned for being a hidden foodie gem and serving chai and latte and all things caffeine, along with delicious light farm-to-fork fare made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Alfresco dining and coffee drinking can relax in the petite adjacent courtyard and romantic enclave, which features a sparkling fountain with tinkling ambient sounds. Offering complimentary wireless and a warm atmosphere, Barnie’s Coffee & Tea is perfect for a quick morning coffee, a midday craft beer, or a late-night hot chocolate. Barnie’s Coffee & Tea is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch during the week and all day on the weekends.
118 S Park Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789, Phone: 407-629-0042
4.Bikes Beans & Bordeaux
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Bikes Beans & Bordeaux is a cozy eatery and coffee shop with a cycling-inspired vibe that serves organic and vegetarian fare, house-roasted coffee and specialty drinks, casual wines, and craft beers. Set in the heart of Orlando’s Audubon Park Garden District, the contemporary neighborhood café hosts an array of events throughout the year, including beer and wine tastings from original craft beer and wine pioneers, Mimosa Sundays with languid brunches and Florida Orange Juice and sparkling wine drinks, and performances by local artists. A local’s favorite since 2008, Bikes, Beans & Bordeaux focuses on healthy living, community sharing, and providing a warm and welcoming space for locals and visitors alike to enjoy good food, coffee, drinks, and conversation. Bikes Beans & Bordeaux is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, daily.
3022 Corrine Dr, Orlando, FL 32803, Phone: 407-427-1440
5.Bubble & Co
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Bubble and Co. is a friendly neighborhood spot that serves signature Bubble Tea and Bubble Waffles, which are made to order with fresh and all-natural ingredients and offered with a variety of toppings from ice cream to caramel crème. The eco-conscious company uses biodegradable and eco-friendly materials and organic ingredients where possible and serves a wide selection of freshly-made organic loose teas, premium coffee, fresh fruit juices, and smoothies, and sweet treats in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Decadent French pastries from De Azucar Bakery are baked to perfection in the kitchen and served all day, and the charming café features unique murals by local artist, Page Quintana. Bubble and Co. is open for brunch, lunch, and dinner, seven days a week.
6400 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819, Phone: 407-751-7340
6.CFS Coffee Downtown
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Established in Colombia in 2010, CFS Coffee specializes in high-quality coffee, including the world-renowned Colombian Coffee. Boasting four locations around town, including Winter Park, Kirkman, Lake Nona, and Downtown, CFS Coffee serves a wide variety of coffee and specialty drinks, loose leaf teas, fresh fruit juices, and smoothies. A farm-to-table food menu features delicious fare made with locally sourced ingredients such as breakfast plates, healthy toasts, bread and arepa sandwiches, fresh salads, artisan pastries, and several vegan options. CFS Coffee Downtown is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch daily.
54 W Church St suite 150 s, Orlando, FL 32801, Phone: 407-776-2900
7.Craft & Common
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Craft & Common is a welcoming neighborhood spot owned by husband-and-wife team Brandon and Lindsay Duensing that serves specialty coffee, craft beers, casual global wine, seasonal cocktails, and light, farm-to-table fare. The downtown gem thoughtfully blends curated contemporary home décor and innovative accessories with a specialty coffee bar and exudes a sleek Southern California design with clean colors, modern desert elements, and professional interior landscaping. Craft & Common serves house-roasted Intelligentsia Coffee along with fresh pastries and other locally made goods and is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch, daily.
47 E Robinson St #100, Orlando, FL 32801, Phone: 407-723-8078
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Deeply Coffee is a sleek and stylish coffee shop that offers counter-serve coffee and loose-leaf teas, along with sweet treats such as waffles. Flooded with natural light through large windows, the downtown shop on N. Magnolia Avenue is set within the Aspire building and boasts a clean and minimalist atmosphere. The café serves house-roasted coffee from Tampa's King State, tea from Spirit Tea, and craft beers and casual wines in the evenings, and a food menu features light bites such as freshly baked pastries and homemade waffles with various toppings. Deeply Coffee is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch daily.
111 N Magnolia Ave #50, Orlando, FL 32801
9.Doña Juana Coffee Shop
© Doña Juana Coffee Shop
Located on Piazza Grande Avenue, Doña Juana Coffee Shop is a Latin-American inspired coffee shop that serves a variety of Columbian and specialty coffee drinks, organic teas, fresh juices, and food such as appetizers, fresh salads, gourmet sandwiches, and freshly baked pastries. Boasting bright décor and eclectic furnishings, the casual coffee shop is an excellent spot for morning coffee, a light lunch, or a quick cup on the way home from work and offers complimentary wireless Internet. Doña Juana Coffee Shop is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch, Monday through Friday.
6965 Piazza Grande Ave St 104, Orlando, FL 32835, Phone: 321-317-3760
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10.Downtown CREDO - College Park
© Downtown CREDO - College Park
With three locations in Orlando, CREDO is a third-wave coffee shop with a homely vibe that serves roasted locally, direct-trade coffee from smaller farms and light farm-to-table fare. Founded by Stephan Monteserin with the original CREDO headquarters in College Park, Downtown CREDO - College Park has comfortable modern interiors with ethnic accents and an intimate back room for private meetings and events. The coffee shop operates an interesting name-your-price model where customers decide how much they pay for coffee and can enjoy a large variety of coffee and specialty coffee drinks, and freshly baked pastries and sandwiches. Downtown CREDO - College Park is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch daily.
706 W Smith St, Orlando, FL 32804, Phone: 407-519-0643
11.Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar
© Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar
Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar is a low-key, bohemian café that serves house-roasted coffee and veggie-friendly sandwiches and light fare in a laid-back atmosphere. Owned by Maureen Hawthorne and Larry Hardin, the coffee shop is named after acclaimed chef Emeril Lagasse’s “Drunken Monkey” ice cream – a decadent blend of white chocolate, bananas, and rum. The café boasts an eclectic mix of vintage sofas, découpaged tables, and office chairs and serves a menu of delicious dishes such as homemade soups and quiches, burritos, paella, and other vegan and vegetarian fare. Desserts include dense banana bread with chocolate chips and triple-chocolate organic cookies, which are perfectly paired with specialty coffee drinks like the Mojo Jojo and classic cappuccinos.
444 N Bumby Ave, Orlando, FL 32803, Phone: 407-893-4994
12.Easy Luck Coffee & Bodega
© Easy Luck Coffee & Bodega
Easy Luck Coffee & Bodega is a favorite neighborhood spot that specializes in a handful of local and craft roasts brewed with exclusive beans from artisanal farmers around the country. Co-founded by musician Tanner Jones, of You Blew It fame, Easy Luck Coffee & Bodega is located on E. South Street just west of Market on South and serves a range of organic, fair-trade coffee and to-go beverages, along with specialty toasts, light snacks, pickled items, jellies, and more. Hard-to-find coffee beans and local roasts are available from behind the bar and in the retail section of the store, and the coffee shop is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch daily.
2425 E South St, Orlando, FL 32803
13.Flamingos Coffee Shop
Located in historic Parramore, Flamingo’s is a popular café that serves daily lunch specials, specialty coffees, and decadent desserts. The café serves appetizers, fresh salads, gourmet sandwiches, and delicious wood-fired pizzas, freshly baked pastries, and mouthwatering desserts, and offers a variety of specialty coffee drinks, organic teas, and fresh fruit juices to enjoy in-house or to go. Ideally located for a quick bite before a big game, Flamingo’s Coffee Shop offers complimentary wireless Internet is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner daily.
595 W Church St, Orlando, FL 32805, Phone: 407-481-8101
14.Foxtail Coffee Bar
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Founded by Alex K. Tchekmeian and Iain Yeakle in 2016, Foxtail Coffee Bar has over ten coffee shops around the city with more on the way. The popular café chain specializes in responsibly sourcing and roasting some of the finest coffees from all over the world using state-of-the-art coffee roasting equipment. Boasting friendly, welcoming ambiances, the coffee shop serves a range of coffee and specialty coffee drinks, including iced coffee, nitros, pour-overs, and French press, and has teamed up with Bagel Bruno to serve classic boiled Orlando Style bagels with various fillings. Foxtail Coffee Bar hosts events throughout the week, such as Wined Up Wednesdays, Roasting Classes, and Foxtail Community Markets, and is open for breakfast, brunch and lunch, daily.
390 N Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801, Phone: 407-930-1700
© Gratitude Coffee
Gratitude Coffee has grown from a gas-powered coffee truck into a brick-and-mortar coffee shop inspired by other coffee houses like Barnie’s Coffee & Tea, Starbucks, and Java Express. Owned and managed by Jen Hackney, the casual coffee shop serves a variety of coffees, including cold brew, iced coffee, creative lattes, espressos, savory and sweet light fare, and freshly baked pastries. The shop features coffee-related décor; coffee mugs turned into planters, and funny signs, many of which are from local vendors and is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch, Monday through Sunday.
1307 Edgewater Dr, Orlando, FL 32804, Phone: 407-421-0681
16.Holy Grain Coffee Shop
© Holy Grain Coffee Shop
Holy Grain Coffee Shop is a cozy, contemporary coffee bar that offers a variety of coffee beverages, including specialty drinks such as the unique Brazilian Cappuccino, along with gourmet sandwiches and fresh salads in a comfy atmosphere. The menu features favorites like standard Americano, espresso, cappuccino, and macchiato, along with mocha latte, green tea latte, lime espresso and frappes, along with farm-to-table fare such as gourmet salads and sandwiches. Holy Grain Coffee Shop is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch, Monday through Sunday.
6735 Conroy Rd #109, Orlando, FL 32835, Phone: 407-704-5878
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17.iCafe De Paris
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Located in ICON Park™, iCafe Dé Paris is a contemporary, rustic coffee shop with a charming outdoor patio overlooking the Orlando Eye that serves a range of coffee and espresso drinks and light fare such as crêpes, pastries, sandwiches, and other light delights. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, seven days a week; the casual café offers a variety of breakfast dishes, fresh salads, gourmet sandwiches, dinner crepes, and wood-fired pizza and decadent desserts. In addition to house-roasted coffee and loose-leaf teas, the bar also serves craft beers, casual wines, and fresh fruit juices.
8465 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819, Phone: 407-203-3000
18.Le Cafe De Paris
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Located in Grand Oak Village, La Café de Paris offers a slice of Parisian charm in the heart of Orlando. The delightful Francophile bistro serves an array of French-inspired fare, house-roasted coffee and specialty drinks, freshly baked pastries, and homemade gelato. The all-day menu caters breakfast, lunch, and early dinner with creative takes on traditional classics such as vegetable omelets, breakfast and panini sandwiches, homemade quiches, Croque monsieur, and Croque madams, and savory crêpes. Specialty options include a French burger with sauteéd mushrooms, onions, and Dijon mustard, along with freshly prepared salads, house-made soups, and a range of coffees, teas, and fresh fruit juices. Le Café de Paris is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner daily.
5170 Dr. Phillips Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819, Phone: 407-293-2326
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© Lineage Coffee
Lineage Coffee Roasting is a craft coffee roaster in Orlando that is focused on sharing a love of coffee with the community with every single cup served. The bright and airy coffee shop has a minimalist interior with modern décor and a relaxed vibe, and serves favorite drinks like standard Americano, espresso, cappuccino, lattes, and macchiato, along with specialty coffees, loose-leaf teas, fresh fruit juices, and soft drinks. Freshly baked pastries, baked goods, and sweet treats are also served, and the friendly, welcoming coffee shop is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner daily.
1011 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32803, Phone: 407-205-8096
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20.Stardust Video & Coffee
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Founded in 1970, Stardust Video & Coffee is an eclectic coffee shop that serves healthy food, house-roasted and brewed coffee, loose-leaf teas, and sells a wealth of internationally-minded works of cinema in two formats. The hip, vegan-friendly café is a gathering space for arty, creatives and intellectuals and often hosts live performances such as poetry readings, art shows, bingo and comedy nights, and quarterly bazaars and markets. A full-service bar serves a variety of craft beers, casual wines and innovative cocktails made with high-end spirits. Stardust Video & Coffee is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner daily.
1842 Winter Park Rd, Orlando, FL 32803, Phone: 407-623-3393
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21.The Pop Parlour
© The Pop Parlour
The Pop Parlour is a fun, family-friendly popsicle shop in downtown Orlando that serves all-natural, handcrafted gourmet popsicles in creative flavors, along with organic, Fair Trade coffee and tea. Dairy-free popsicles are made with the highest quality fresh, locally sourced ingredients and are made in fruit, creamy and boozy flavors. The handcrafted popsicles can be bought as singles, in bulk for commercial purposes, and Pop Parlour franchises are available. The Pop Parlour is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner daily.
431 E Central Blvd suite c, Orlando, FL 32801
Vespr is a specialty coffee shop showcasing multiple local coffee roasters and serving house-roasted, freshly brewed, and an array of creative cocktails and other drinks. The community-focused coffee shop and bar provides the neighborhood with a gathering spot for like-minded people to make connections and cultivate lasting friendships. The coffee menu features favorites like standard Americano, espresso, cappuccino, and macchiato, and the cocktail list boasts signature drinks like the Casino Royale, Hellas, and Dick Tracy. A farm-to-table food menu features delicious fare made with locally sourced ingredients such as breakfast plates, healthy toasts, bread and arepa sandwiches, fresh salads, artisan pastries, and several vegan options. Vespr is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner daily.
626 N Alafaya Trail #105, Orlando, FL 32828, Phone: 407-494-2046
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23.Veterans' Coffee Company
© Veterans' Coffee Company
Veterans' Coffee Company is a 100% veteran-owned and operated coffee shop that serves locally-sourced and international beans from around the world and roasted in-house. Founded in 2013, the coffee shop serves freshly roasted Single-Origin Coffee, including Colombia Supremo, Ethiopia Yirgacheffe, Kenya AA, and Brazil Cerrado. Coffee can be enjoyed in-house or to-go and can be bought by the pound and shipped worldwide, and the coffee shop on South Street in the heart of Orlando is open all day Monday through Friday.
2105 E South St, Orlando, FL 32803, Phone: 407-818-1463
23 Best Orlando Coffee Shops
- Achilles Art Cafe, Photo: Achilles Art Cafe
- Austin’s Coffee, Photo: Austin’s Coffee
- Barnie's Coffee & Tea, Photo: Barnie’s Coffee & Tea
- Bikes Beans & Bordeaux, Photo: Bikes Beans & Bordeaux
- Bubble & Co, Photo: Bubble & Co
- CFS Coffee Downtown, Photo: CFS Coffee Downtown
- Craft & Common, Photo: Craft & Common
- Deeply Coffee, Photo: New Africa/stock.adobe.com
- Doña Juana Coffee Shop, Photo: Doña Juana Coffee Shop
- Downtown CREDO - College Park, Photo: Downtown CREDO - College Park
- Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar, Photo: Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar
- Easy Luck Coffee & Bodega, Photo: Easy Luck Coffee & Bodega
- Flamingos Coffee Shop, Photo: petrrgoskov/stock.adobe.com
- Foxtail Coffee Bar, Photo: Foxtail Coffee Bar
- Gratitude Coffee, Photo: Gratitude Coffee
- Holy Grain Coffee Shop, Photo: Holy Grain Coffee Shop
- iCafe De Paris, Photo: iCafe Dé Paris
- Le Cafe De Paris, Photo: Le Café De Paris
- Lineage Coffee, Photo: Lineage Coffee
- Stardust Video & Coffee, Photo: Stardust Video & Coffee
- The Pop Parlour, Photo: The Pop Parlour
- Vespr, Photo: Vespr
- Veterans' Coffee Company, Photo: Veterans' Coffee Company
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