What is the buzz on coffee shops in Palm Beach County? Yes, you DO have options beyond the ubiquitous chains. Caffeine cravings and a desire for a cooler vibe will be satisfied at one of these fine and funky establishments:
West Palm Beach
Subculture, on Clematis Street, is known for divine coffee flavors and a cool vibe. “The taste of their lattes that feels like magical healing when you take the first sip. Maybe it’s the poet in me, or maybe I’m just addicted to caffeine,” a regular says. Try the brown sugar/coconut lattes for a new twist.
Visit C Street, also on Clematis Street, for lattes and fun ambiance. This café goes late night with beer and wine and tapas. Its focus is on local and vibrant. From yummy food to Jazz Thursdays, you will enjoy yourself here.
Harold’s Coffee Lounge, in Northwood Village, is kid-friendly and pet-friendly, but also takes its coffee very seriously. It treats coffee as science as much as art. Their motto? “Harold’s is where Science and Nature meet to discuss the Universe.” Events such as open mic nights and painting parties bring a dash of art back into that science.
Oceana Roasting House and Café, on Old Dixie Highway, has comfy couches and a giant green monster roaster you can’t miss in the corner. The delicious aroma of coffee awaits those in the north end of the county.
Coffee District is just off Atlantic Ave. and provides great coffee and fast wifi. What more does a caffeine fan need? How about outdoor seating and fabulous desserts too! This spot is also popular as a craft beer and wine bar later in the day.