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  • Cafe Auribeau

    Cafe Auribeau

    209 SE 1st Ave. Boca Raton, FL 33432
    561-417-6790 Located in downtown Boca Raton, on SE First Ave. a block from Federal Highway, this petite French bistro is also within spitting distance of the Boca Raton GreenMarket. More >>

  • Cafe Med by Bice

    Cafe Med by Bice

    2096 NE 2nd St. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

  • Caffe Martier

    Caffe Martier

    411 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33483
    561-450-6169 Located on Atlantic Avenue, Caffe Martier offers patrons a spot to people watch with its outdoor seating. The avocado mousse croissant is an item worth ordering which is topped with a tomato and mozzarella omelet that is crowned with a dollop of decadent avocado mousse. Breakfast's ubiquitous "home fries" have been swapped for a verdant heap of leafy greens that have been drizzled with extra-virgin olive oil and sprinkled with a bit of salt. More >>

  • Calusa Coffee Roaster

    161 E Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334

  • Carpe Diem by Cafe De France

    Carpe Diem by Cafe De France

    110 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444
    561-455-2140 When Café de France morphed into Carpe Diem by Café de France, it thankfully retained the intimate charm that had initially drawn people to its Delray Beach address. With prices that are reasonable and good wines available by the glass, you can resist the urge to keep a running tally of the bill in your head. Instead, focus on the cuisine, a mix of traditional French and other European fare. Both seating and service are comfortable, setting the scene for diners to linger over the last few bites of crème brûlée and a bottle of wine. More >>

  • Chez Cafe

    Chez Cafe

    1631 S. Cypress Road Pompano Beach, FL 33060

  • Coastars Coffee Bar

    12 S. J St. Lake Worth, FL 33460
    561-533-0353 Coastars Coffee Bar takes its brew seriously, but is staunch about remaining unpretentious. You will not find any pompous jargon in this Lake Worth spot’s menu. No WTF macchiatos. No trying to figure out the difference between a latte and a cappuccino. Everything is laid out in plain English, so even the uninitiated coffee drinkers can enjoy. And better yet, this little shop is all about ethics. It purchases coffee directly from internationally-recognized Counter Culture Coffee, a North Carolina roaster known for direct trade and sustainability. Take that, pompous coffee friends. More >>

  • Coastars Coffee Bar

    Coastars Coffee Bar

    12 S. J St. Lake Worth, FL 33460
    561-533-0353 At Coastars Coffee Bar in Lake Worth co-owners Chris Palacio and Elizabeth Brach use specialty ground coffee and a brewing process that we guarantee you won't see happening anywhere else in South Florida. The process begins when your brew "master" weighs and measures the perfect amount of coffee beans for just one cup. Next, a special grind before water -- brought to boil in a kettle to an exact temperature -- is slowly poured until the rich, aromatic liquid fills your cup. The coffee Palacio swears by: Counter Culture Coffee, the shop's signature product. Based in Durham, North Carolina, Counter Culture Coffee globally sources USDA organic coffee cultivated using only sustainable farming methods. At Coastars, it's used to make both hand-drip coffee and espresso drinks. More >>

  • Coconutz Fussion Cafe

    2408 S. State Road 7 Miramar, FL 33023-4059

  • The Coffee District

    The Coffee District

    325 Northeast Second Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444

    Coffee District has the neighborhood Starbuck's by the tea bags. To complement the District's constant flow of coffee, it's got a roomy floor plan, enough alcohol to sedate even the perkiest barista, and a stage that is regularly furnished with a stock of local musicians and poets. The Wall of Beer is an impressive selection. For the more refined, try the Sideways Pinot Noir. Slip in during happy hour (Monday through Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m.) and get twofers. Poker much? Stick around Monday after 7 p.m. for a tourney. The No-Limit Pub Poker Tour drops by 4 to 8 p.m. Sundays. More >>

  • Commercial Point Cafe

    3601 W. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

  • Coolinary Cafe

    Coolinary Cafe

    4650 Donald Ross Road Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
    561-249-6760 Rabbit tostadas. Gator sausage. Wild boar tenderloin. You’ve probably never had them, but they're all on the menu — or have been — at Coolinary Cafe. Owner Tim Lipman and his wife, Jenny, are the cool kids behind this hip 47-seat eatery, where an arsenal of well-planned menu items changes seasonally and specials change twice daily. Lipman (the original executive chef for well-known Jupiter establishments Little Moir's Leftovers Cafe and Little Moir's Food Shack), a Florida native and resident of Abacoa, is also steadfast about product sourcing, buying as much as he can close to home: produce from the Peddler in Juno Beach, milk from Daikin Dairy in Myakka, honey from McCoy's in Loxahatchee, and eggs from Lake Meadow in Ocoee. What he can't buy local, he grows himself in community gardens his team has established nearby. More >>

  • Cream


    520 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach, FL 33444