Coffee shops in Florida are a big deal these days.
But how many of them can you actually get to?
Let’s take a look at the top five places that can hold you over in the sun and in the rain.1.
The Odeon at the Palm Beach Convention Center (Tampa)Odeon is one of the biggest coffee shops in the state, but it can also be a little pricey.
They sell coffee beans for around $10 a cup.
The owner, John Peele, said he’d rather buy a cup for $5, and if you’re looking for a local shop, check out the nearby local barber shop.2.
The Artisan Coffee Shop at the Hilton Head Island Hotel (Hilton Head)It’s a place that will likely serve you a cup of joe for a buck or two.
The owners are from Florida, but they make their beans here in their shop.
If you can get a coffee, it’ll be worth it.3.
The Davenport at the Davenmont Hotel (Davenport)If you need a coffee break while waiting in line, this is your place to be.
They have a few tables that will be open for you to sit at.
They’ll also have coffee available to order, but I wouldn’t recommend it for the $10.4.
The Green Coffee Company at the Fairgrounds Convention CenterThe Fairgrounds Coffee Company is located in the hotel, and they have a great selection of coffee beans and different varieties of roasts to choose from.
The shop has been around since 2002, and is a great place to sit in a group of friends for a cup, or just a quick bite.5.
The Starbucks at the Convention CenterCoffee is a big draw here.
If the baristas at Starbucks have to get out of their jobs for work, they’ll likely be doing coffee on-site.
You’ll find the coffee here at a pretty affordable price.
It’s also a good place to shop if you need to get coffee for an important meeting or work.
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