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  • 11th Street Annex

    11th Street Annex

    14 SW 11th St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
    954-767-8306 A charming lunch spot tucked away in a former pastor’s home at Trinity Lutheran Church, the restaurant run by two sisters, Jonny Altobell and Penny Sanfilippo, has hidden in the annex for ten years. In a nod to childhood nicknames, the Ugly Sisters riff on their sense of humor that pervades the spirit of the place. A chalkboard lists the day’s five features, which include homemade soup, a rotation of sandwiches, and variations on mac and cheese. A plus for picky eaters: The sisters accommodate vegan and vegetarians as well as food allergies, so be sure to give a heads-up. And don’t hesitate to stop in for a fly-by coffee or tea and something for a sweet tooth. More >>

  • Euro Bread and Cafe

    6847 Stirling Road Davie, FL 33314
    954-587-3876 Francophiles in Broward have sworn by the selection of viennoiseries at this Davie haunt for years. Viennoiseries, for those who slept through second-year French class, are pastry – typically croissant, brioche, and anything requiring else requiring layers of flaky crust. Most individual treats are priced less than $3 each at Euro Bread & Cafe, with choices ranging from the almost-savory cheese croissant to the decidedly sweet chocolate twist. More >>

  • Gigi & Gavin's Gourmet Chocolates and Cofee

    2041 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors, FL 33305

  • Gizzi's Coffee House

    2275 S. Federal Highway Delray Beach, FL 33483
    561-266-9797 It's a tossup between best name and best selection, though we went with the latter, as this shop tucked in a strip mall offers beans from Guatemala, Colombia, Costa Rica, Jamaica, and Ethiopia. With over coffee from over fifty different countries, Gizzi's has the best variety of coffee in Delray Beach. Searching for something less caffeinated? This homey, little shop offers a wide array of organic teas and smoothies to top it off. More >>

  • Gran Forno Pronto

    704 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-533-6276 Down the street from the lauded Gran Forno bakery resides its sit-down sibling, Gran Forno Pronto, an old-fashioned-looking Italian shop with wainscoted walls, black-and-white-tiled floors, and a cast of characters. Tourists and locals drink espresso and Menabrea on a sprawling patio dotted with umbrellas. A busy, graceful pizzaiolo mans a brick oven. A handful of new-in-town Italians works the floor. The people, the menu, the setting, and the price point hit a sweet spot for lunch in particular. Behind the counter sits a beautiful crusty loaf several feet long, stacked with Italian meats, provolone, and arugula. Cakes posed on old-fashioned dishes align the counter. It's tough to order wrong here, especially when it comes to pizza and bread, though a favorite is the meatballs. Milk and bread crumbs from the area's most heavenly bakery ensure that they're light and nearly pillowy. Doused with red sauce and a healthy heap of Parmesan, they're among the most delicious in town. More >>

  • The Grind Coffee Project

    109 Sw 2nd Ave Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

  • Habatat Coffee Company

    Habatat Coffee Company

    539 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-832-3787 Habatat co-owners Sean and Natalie Scott are passionate about good coffee and good people -- that’s what they aimed to bring together with their shop. Habatat has become a local meeting hub of sorts, where people gather to enjoy specialty coffee beans, like the one they serve now from Kochere, Ethiopia, from a single farmer named Mammo Boki. For standard drinks, the shop serves only Counter Culture Coffee and brews using a La Marzocco espresso machine or Chemex and Bonmac for slow-pour coffees. Beans are roasted fresh each week and served in traditional sizes that allow the true flavor of the beans to shine. The most popular drink on the menu: Habatat's own brown sugar coconut cappuccino or latte. More >>

  • Hibiscus Cafe

    3000 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
    954-533-7224 This charming spot tucked away in a retro shopping plaza is a terrific place to take your mother or aunt for a light breakfast, lunch, or afternoon tea. Mismatched tables, window dressings, hardwood floors, and area rugs shape a space that feels like a shabby-chic home. Opened in June 2010 by Sheryl Mauro, the restaurant features a litany of sandwiches named after friends, such as Jodi’s favorite with turkey, goat cheese, and pesto on a tomato panini; or Kathy’s favorite crabcake. Stick-to-your-bones comfort food also debuts in homemade soup, like cheddar corn chowder or Southwestern black bean. For breakfast, try the migas (eggs, jalepeño, cheddar, crumbled chips, and salsa) or an egg and cheese on a croissant that’s made in-house. Mauro throws occasional Friday happy hours with Prosecco, craft beers, and homemade sweets and savories you will learn about should you connect with Hibiscus Cafe on Facebook. More >>

  • I Am an Artist Cafe

    2008 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33020

  • Java Boys Coffee House

    Java Boys Coffee House

    2230 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors, FL 33305
    954-564-8828 Put simply, now that Starbuck's has invaded Wilton Manors (at Five Points, in the old Shakespeare's Pub location) those beholden to its corporate charms will go there. Folks supporting the little guy, however, will come to Java Boys in the gayest strip mall in the state. Put it this way: Anita Bryant has nothing to do with the Florida orange sunshine cake. Cheaper and way friendlier than a Starbucks, with free WiFi, and some well-worn tables where you can work, slurp, gawk, and More >>

  • Java Juice Bar

    600 Lake Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33460

  • Jimmie's Chocolates

    1426 NE 26th St Wilton Manors, FL 33305

  • Jimmie's Chocolates and Cafe

    148 N Federal Hwy Dania Beach, FL 33004

  • Juice & Java

    21316 St. Andrews Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33498

  • Kate's Cheesecakes

    129 NW 13th St Boca Raton, FL 33432

  • KoffeeOkee

    271 Northeast Sixth Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33483

  • Krispy Kreme Doughnuts

    Krispy Kreme Doughnuts

    4299 W. Commercial Blvd. Tamarac, FL 33319 Few things inspire a greater reaction in Broward / Palm Beach sugar fiends than a lit-up "HOT NOW" sign glowing outside a Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. Founded in 1937 when Vernon Rudolph purchased a top-secret yeast-raised donut recipe from a New Orleans chef, the donut company set its sites on world domination in the 1990s and embarked upon a mass expansion. The company now boasts more than 700 locations in 21 countries including Korea, Saudi Arabia, and Thailand. It's best known for the "Original Glazed" donut, an ethereally light creation that seems to dissolve into sticky sweet thin air on the tongue. Most locations offer a drive-thru, making it all too easy to roll through for a hot dozen and then make a quick getaway. Krispy Kreme is easy to find on Voice Places. More >>

  • La Vie en Rose Cafe

    2950 N. State Road 7 Margate, FL 33063-5748

  • Makeb's Bagels

    401 S. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-651-7444 There are nearly 20 kinds of bagels on the menu at this West Palm Beach deli, but one of the best bets is a toasted everything with cream cheese, lox, tomato, and sliced red onion. If sweet is more to your liking, Makeb's serves up blueberry, cinnamon raisin, or chocolate chip. And then there's the long list of breakfast and/or lunch sandwiches, tons of which are available on your choice of bagel. The Neil Diamond 'wich is an everything bagel topped with salami, ham, and provolone, while the Madonna is a plain bagel with roast beef, roasted peppers, and... wait for it... virgin olive oil. More >>

  • Marvelous Coffee

    8616 Griffin Road Hollywood, FL 33024

  • Mega Bite Cyber Cafe

    1910B Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33020

  • Milky Cafe

    Milky Cafe

    4579 N. Pine Island Rd Lauderhill, FL 33351

  • New River Groves

    New River Groves

    5660 Griffin Road Davie, FL 33314
    954-581-8630 New River Groves is a five-acre citrus grove, a fudge factory, a mega-fruit stand, and a mecca for what many consider to be the best key lime pie around. Bob and Terry Roth opened the Davie stand in 1963, primarily as a means of selling their oranges and grapefruits. But that modest goal changed years ago when Terry started turning the groves' excess key limes into graham cracker-crusted, whipped cream-topped key lime pies. The pies were an immediate success, and nowadays the Roths sell 20,000 a year -- 2,500 on the day before Thanksgiving alone. Locals, tourists, and celebrities flock to New River for the creamy, slightly tart pies. The Roths also sell bottles of their own key lime juice and homemade key lime jelly, key lime taffy, and key lime fudge. More >>

  • Nuage Cafe

    5903 W. Hillsboro Blvd. Parkland, FL 33067

  • Oasis Cafe

    Oasis Cafe

    600 Seabreeze Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316-1626

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