Ten Best Coffee Shops in Broward and Palm Beach Counties
2. Brew Urban Cafe
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Look! Another coffee shop that serves wine and beer. Tucked behind Tarpon Bend off Second Avenue, silver tables and chairs are planted on the sidewalk, while inside plush chairs and half-moon booths offer plenty of space to relax and enjoy whatever you're sipping on. If you're totally nuts, try the "Godzilla." It's 40 grams of protein and four shots of espresso. Or go for the "Electric Shock," a vanilla- and cinnamon-infused espresso topped with a caramel glaze. Here, it's every coffee lover's dream, from the free Wi-Fi to the friendly baristas. And once evening comes along, swap the caffeine for a great microbrew.
1. Undergrounds Coffeehaus
Undergrounds Coffeehaus Facebook Undergrounds Coffeehaus in Fort Lauderdale.
If you're tired of corporate drip coffee and want to try a true artisan cup of java, try Undergrounds in Fort Lauderdale. This quaint little coffee and tea shop is like a hobbit hole for the coffee, music and art lover. The walls are lined with local art, and used books are stacked around the room, for sale or for a brief read with tea. A new selection of vegan cookies, snacks, cakes, pastries and brownies are a highlight, but the coffee is what it's all about. Owner Aileen Liptak is offering hot or cold coffee drinks that taste -- and look -- like liquid art. They serve it all, from Thai and Turkish coffee, even bubble (or boba milk) milk tea, coming soon!). Liptak serves one mean banana split latte, and the peanut butter cup, white raspberry, and chocolate espresso are equally delicious.
441 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL
325 Northeast Second Ave., Delray Beach, FL
2505 NE 15th Ave., Wilton Manors, FL
3020 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, FL
608 Banyan Trail, Boca Raton, FL
509 Northwood Road, West Palm Beach, FL
12 S. J St., Lake Worth, FL
209 SW Second Ave., Fort Lauderdale, FL