Interested in trying some new spots for coffee in Miami? You're in luck: we've found three places that will fill the bill. Read on for the newest places to check out the next time you're looking for a fresh caffeination station.
Sagrado Pastry Shop & Coffee Bar
900 Biscayne Blvd., Downtown
Sagrado Pastry Shop & Coffee Bar is a Brazilian-inspired patisserie and breakfast/brunch spot, offering coffee and more.
Open since November, it offers an array of treats, like the Brazilian delicacies brigadeiros (made with condensed milk, cocoa powder, butter and chocolate sprinkles). Brunch dishes include classics likes waffles and French toast, and lunch includes panini, sandwiches, salads and açai bowls.
To drink, look for an array of coffee options, from lattes and americanos to cafezinho—a Brazilian-style cup of strong, sweet brew. Cold brew, affogatos and iced tea round out the drink menu.
Yelp users are excited about Sagrado Pastry Shop & Coffee Bar, which currently holds 4.5 stars out of 29 reviews on the site.
Yelper Miles V., who reviewed Sagrado Pastry Shop & Coffee Bar on February 6th, wrote: "Everything is good so far. Great circle cold brew is pretty good for the quick cold brew to-go fix, but [it's also a] great place to go for lunch."
Gary H. noted: "I work in the area and have been dying for a coffee spot. I've only had three things from Sagrado, and they're all pretty fantastic."
And Yelper Amanda M. wrote: "I'd love to love this place, [and] after working out the kinks, it's sure to be a gem in downtown Miami!"
Sagrado Pastry Shop & Coffee Bar is open Thursday–Saturday from 8am–8pm, and Sunday–Wednesday from 8am–6pm.
Imperial Moto Cafe
7299 NW 2nd Ave., Little Haiti
Open since November, Imperial Moto Cafe does double duty as a coffee shop and retail spot to score motorcycle gear and more.
According to its website, the business is "dedicated to building and showcasing vintage cafe racers, producing superior quality 'moto-inspired' clothing that is made in the USA, and serving the finest locally roasted coffees from our friends at Panther Coffee, and meticulously prepared tea from Spirit Tea." (Check out the menu here.)
With a five-star rating out of eight reviews on Yelp, Imperial Moto Cafe has been getting positive attention.
Yelper Nathan D. said: "Really cool coffee shop/café in the Little River/ Little Haiti area of Miami that has a high end industrial motorcycle theme."
And Nicholas P. wrote: "Fantastic addition to the neighborhood for coffee and motorcycle enthusiasts or people looking for a cool place to hang."
Imperial Moto Cafe is open weekdays from 8am–7pm, and weekends from 9am–4pm.
Blue Bottle Coffee
3818 NE 1st Ave., Design District
Oakland-based Blue Bottle Coffee moved into this Design District space in the fall, bringing its popular espresso, cold brew, pour-over and New Orleans-style iced coffees to a new audience. It also serves pastries, avocado toast and Liege Belgian waffles.
With a four-star rating out of 22 reviews on Yelp, Blue Bottle Coffee has been getting positive attention.
Yelper Christopher C., who reviewed Blue Bottle Coffee on February 17th, wrote: "This Blue Bottle location was a awesome surprise. Honestly, I did not have high expectations on how the service...was going to be, but I have to say it was amazing."
Yelper Juan S. wrote: "Blue Bottle, I love you. Finally you have arrived in Miami...bless you, child. Coffee doesn't get much better. The experience here is amazing."
Blue Bottle Coffee is open daily from 7am–7pm.