If you’re a coffee lover visiting Orlando, Florida, you’ll be pleased to know that there are plenty of great coffee shops to explore. From cozy cafés to trendy hangouts, here are some of the best coffee shops in Orlando to satisfy your caffeine cravings. While I do love my unlimited refills at Panera Bread and Starbucks each of these Orlando Coffee Shops offer different vibes, aesthetics, and purposes in different neighborhoods around Orlando.
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Coffee Shops in Mills 50 Neighborhood
Lineage Coffee Roasting: This award-winning coffee roaster has two locations in Orlando. Known for their quality coffee, Lineage sources beans from all over the world and roasts them in-house. Their shops have a minimalist, industrial feel and are a popular spot for coffee aficionados. There are now two locations in Orlando, Florida and the coffee here as well as space always has natural light. I have been to both and my favorite is the one located in the Milk District.
Address: 3201 Corrine Dr, Orlando, FL 32803
Qreate Coffee if you love creative coffee shops check out Qreate coffee. The seasonal drinks here are always fun and tasty. Also, they have tables that create community in their coffee shop. The owner is a photographer and also hosts some events at the coffee shop as well for creators. Also, you can rent the studio space as well located in the coffee shop.
Address: 1212 Woodward St #1, Orlando, FL 32803
Haan Coffee is a bright and airy coffee shop. The modern design aesthetic as well as welcoming seats are great if you want to come inside for a coffee date or get some work done. This shop is located right off of East Colonial. The menu offers Seoul Iced Coffee similar to Vietnamese coffee in terms of sweetness. The Seoul Iced Coffee has a deep sweetness that I loved. It reminded me a little of Vietnamese coffee’s strength and depth of flavor. I also tried the croffle a mix of croissant and waffle with cinnamon.
Address: 1235 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32803
Winter Park Neighborhood Coffee Shops In Orlando
Writer’s Block Book Store/ Foresters Espresso Bar: Located on Park Avenue in Winter Park, Florida. This is an interesting hidden gem located inside a neighborhood book store. Grab a book or game and relax with a cup of coffee.
Address: 316 N Park Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789
Foxtail Coffee Co.: Foxtail is a local chain of coffee shops that has a loyal following in Orlando. They have several locations around town, and each one has a unique vibe. The coffee is always top-notch, and they also serve delicious pastries and light bites.
Address: 1282 N Orange Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789
Stardust Video and Coffee- Stardust began as a video rental place that served coffee, and since has morphed into a home a way from home for its’ patrons. They have events, open mic nights, game nights, and people on any given day playing chess. I love grabbing a cup of coffee and getting some work done. People are also pretty friendly here as well. There is also a bar here and they serve food that is good to grab some lunch.
Address: 1842 Winter Park Rd, Orlando, FL 32803
Vespr Craft Coffee & Allures: This trendy coffee shop in the heart of Orlando has a modern aesthetic with a mix of indoor and outdoor seating. They offer a wide variety of coffee and tea drinks, as well as specialty items like the Nitro cold brew and lavender latte.
Address: 626 N Alafaya Trail Suite 105, Orlando, FL 32828
Lobos Coffee Roasters is another coffee shop offering a bright welcoming space as well as an outdoor patio area. I love to go outside and work here. They also have trivia events, and create amazing seasonal drinks The owner Ryan Villalobos has loved coffee his whole life since his grandmother owned a coffee farm! My favorite drink here is the OB Julep latte. They also serve food here as well, but this is a bit expensive with house lattes costing about $7.75.
Address: 3000 Corrine Dr, Orlando, FL 32803
New General is a coffee shop and general store located not far from Park Avenue in Winter Park. This Orlando Coffee Shop is the contemporary take on a general store. There is also a great area to hang outside with friends over a cup of coffee here. Warning you may end up coming outside of this shop with more than just coffee since they also sell other home goods.
Address: 155 E New England Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789
San Julian’s Coffee Bar is a Colombian coffee shop and they have a lot of Colombian snacks as well like empanadas. I love stopping in here after shopping in the near by shopping center. I do frequent Nordstrom rack and REI, both of which are close by.
Address: 110 Orlando Ave suite 4, Winter Park, FL 32789
CFS Coffee Want to enjoy some Colombian espresso with cinnamon, milk, and whipped cream. I love the design as well as location of this Orlando coffee shop. Also, they have some of the best cakes, snacks, and serve food great for a lunch date or outing with friends.
Address: 430 W New England Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789
Framework Craft If you love to support small businesses check out Framework Craft a barista owned coffee stop.
Cups and Pups If you are looking for a dog friendly cafe head to Cups and Pups. It is located in College Park serving Lineage Coffee.
Barnies Coffee has been around for as long as I can remember, but they just renovated and there is a cool courtyard you can sip a cup of coffee with some brunch. This is definitely the perfect Orlando coffee shops for a date. After you can enjoy a walk down Park ave.
Address: 118 S Park Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789
Best Coffee In Downtown Orlando
Bynx is not just a coffee shop, but also a record store and event space. They host awesome open mic nights downtown and have great coffee and sandwiches. It is a different way to enjoy the Downtown Orlando scene.
Stemma Coffee This is one of Orlando’s newest coffee shops. Stemma Coffee is a popular coffee shop located close to Downtown Orlando. They serve sustainably sourced coffee from Nicaragua. They offer a wide range of specialty coffee drinks, including unique options like lavender lattes and cortados. Stemma Coffee is beautifully designed with pink accents and makes you feel like you are in a tropical paradise.
The Monroe Is located in Orlando, Florida close to downtown and while it is mainly a restaurant they also have some amazing coffee!
Craft & Common: This coffee shop and co-working space in the Milk District of Orlando is a popular spot for freelancers and remote workers. Their coffee is excellent, and they also serve a selection of teas, matcha drinks, and specialty sodas. The space is bright and airy, with plenty of natural light.
Credo Coffee: Located in College Park, Credo is a laid-back coffee shop that prides itself on its ethical sourcing practices. They have a rotating selection of beans, and the baristas are skilled at making a variety of espresso drinks. They also serve tasty food options, like avocado toast and breakfast sandwiches.
Address: 885 N Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801
Paloma Coffee is actually located in Windermere and it is beautiful. There is a cute courtyard area and the aesthetic of the cafe is great to enjoy a latte. This is Italian owned and operated so you can bet they know their coffee here.
What are your favorite Coffee Shops? Let me know in the comments.
In conclusion, Orlando has a thriving coffee scene, with plenty of options for coffee lovers. Whether you’re looking for a cozy spot to work or a trendy hangout to catch up with friends, there’s a coffee shop in Orlando that’s perfect for you. So, the next time you’re in town, make sure to check out one (or more) of these great coffee shops!
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