Cafes in Buenaventura Lakes

Thai Cuisine at Purple Orchid Cafe & World Grocery (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Purple Orchid Cafe & World Grocery

Tower Square Complex

Thai iced tea complements spicy basil chicken, fried rice, and stir-fried noodles inside a bright cafe

$20 $10

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$9 for $16 Worth of Coffee and Food at Smart Coffee HD

Smart Coffee HD

Winter Park

Coffee shop serves up frappes and lattes made from fair-trade beans, hearty sandwiches and wraps made from local ingredients, and free Wi-Fi

$8 $4.50

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Cafe Lunch for Two or Four, or Takeout at Sweet Cafe 1739 (Up to 50% Off)

Sweet Cafe 1739

Winter Garden

House-made salads and freshly baked breads such as asiago and pumpernickel, which diners dip into the soup of the day

$20 $12

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Cafe Lunch for Two or Four or More or Takeout at Cozee Cafe (Up to 50% Off)

Cozee Cafe

Colonial Townpark

Lunch items include tender chicken wrapped with rice pilaf, bacon cheeseburgers, blackened salmon, and crispy fried yuca

$20 $12

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Children's Party at Magnolia Terrace Tea Room and Bistro (Up to 54% Off). Five Options Available.

Magnolia Terrace Tea Room and Bistro

Weeki Wachee

Children enjoy cupcake decorating, diva or princess dress-up, and a high-tea luncheon visited by famous princesses

$160 $79

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$12 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Café Food and Drinks at Twist Vapor Cafe ($30 Value)

Twist Vapor Cafe

Tampa

Café pairs coffee brewed from Puerto Rican beans with a selection of sandwiches and dessert

$10 $4

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Unlike most coffee shops and all PTA meetings, Crescent's Coffee & Tea accents its selection of coffee and baked goods with beer and wine. This welcome addition simply goes further in the café's quest to add a refined touch to the familiar, along with filling mugs with certified fair-trade, 100% organic coffees and filling stomachs with fresh croissant sandwiches, paninis, and baked goods. As they gaze through the café's windows onto St. Cloud's historic downtown scenery, diners can tap into the free WiFi while they sip a warm cup of caffeine or raise a glass of white wine or beer to the live entertainment that pumps out free sounds every Friday night. Crescent's also hosts themed tea parties that pair mothers and daughters, nieces and aunts, or grandfather clocks and digital watches to socialize over steamy brewed beverages.

920 New York Ave
Saint Cloud,
FL
US

One of the largest locally owned gourmet coffee and tea shops in the U.S., Barnie's offers more than 50 different gourmet coffees with 15 delectable flavors. Barnie's typically brews four different fresh coffees each day, and a ballroom of smoothies and lattes waltzes alongside mochas, espressos, and cappuccinos. Sit and sip a freshly brewed cup ($1.59+) or begin hoarding bags of pre-ground or whole-bean specialties such as Santa's White Christmas ($9.49/12 oz.)—a combination of Barnie's blended coffee with hints of coconut, sweet caramel, and vanilla guaranteed to keep you alert during the season when homes are most vulnerable to invasion by diabolically generous bearded elves. Recently unfrozen British cavemen can warm up with signature teas such as organic raspberry truffle and white-ginger peach, while all others can hose down tongue gardens with summer specials such as the Barnie Palmer ($2.29–$2.59), a blend of strawberry iced tea and mango lemonade.

4846 New Broad St
Orlando,
FL
US

Steeping each of its locations in colonial Boston-style interior design, Boston Coffeehouse serves a modern slew of specialty drinks, deli-fresh fare, and all-day breakfast items. For starters, munch on mango salsa salad, a leafy medley of mango salsa, dried cranberries, almonds, onions, and cucumbers slathered with mandarin ginger dressing ($5.89). Tender rotisserie chicken—served with baby arugula greens, red onions, and sun-dried tomato mayo on a pretzel bun—mollycoddles midday masticators ($6.50), and a french toast breakfast panini eases groggy taste buds awake after a long night or an afternoon nap with fresh egg, cheese, and ham sandwiched between slices of french toast ($3.50). Pair your choice of various Danish pastries, muffins, or croissants ($1.75) with a 12-ounce espresso ($1) or a specialty drink such as the Yankeedoodle, a mocha-based coffee concoction that features caramel, hazelnut, and macaroni feathers ($2.75/12-ounce), or the Nutty Irish Lady, which starts with espresso and expands into a whipped cream-topped comfort drink with flavors of cherry, Irish crème, and hazelnut ($2.75/12-ounce).

12789 Waterford Lakes Pkwy
Orlando,
FL
US

Dixie Belle's early morning menu clears cobwebs from the crannies of sleepy appetites with generous portions of protein-packed morning egg combinations ($3.25–$6.99), three-egg omelettes ($4.29–$7.25), early bird egg, biscuit, and potato platters ($1.99), and home-style house specialties. Wake up your sensory makeup with a South of the Border omelette, stuffed with sausage, cheese, tomato, and onion and folded in a flour tortilla with salsa ($6.99), or sink your fork's sweet little teeth into three pieces of french toast ($3.99) or three pancakes ($3.99). When the breakfast bell starts to come down with the midday droopies, get your hands on some handheld lunch grub, such as a hamburger on a grilled bun with home fries ($6.50), a country-fried steak sandwich on a grilled bun with home fries ($5.99), or egg salad and bacon on toast ($3.50).

7125 S Orange Ave
Orlando,
FL
US

Amid brick walkways and burnt-red walls, leaves rustle softly. Steam rises in the distance, then quietly disappears. One moment, this place emits smoky hints of cedar; the next, it teems with notes of ginger and cinnamon bark. This isn’t an idyllic college campus on a brisk autumn night. It’s Infusion Tea, a charming café on the balmy streets of Orlando. Sun streams through oversized windows, warming chilly scoops of gelato and triple-decker cream-cheese sandwiches. More than 70 types of tea—including blacks, greens, oolongs, and herbals—can be ordered hot or cool, like most jazz saxophone solos. Though they hail from faraway lands such as China, Japan, and South Africa, many of these teas are organic and fair-trade certified, reflecting values owner Christina Cowherd cultivated while traveling the world in the Peace Corps. Rare, premium teas such as gyokuro transport taste buds to new frontiers as well, whether nestled in a takeaway tin or steeped in a pot made for sharing in house.

1600 Edgewater Dr
Orlando,
FL
US

Better coffee, much better. Here you will enjoy the freshest coffee in town, roasted weekly and served by certified baristas.

3988 W Town Center Blvd
Orlando,
FL
US