Cafes in Orange Park

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Chatime Brickell's bright interior shines like a beacon for thirsty passersby. Inside, the staff creates a huge variety of beverages off an enormous menu of smoothies, bubble tea, and other treats. Choose your level of sweetness, ice, and toppings to customize drinks with tapioca pearls, pearl and coconut jelly, or coffee jellies that boost iced mochas to the next level.

907 Brickell Ave
Miami,
FL
US

Like the red cape of a matador attracts a bull, the bright-red awning at 1401 Argentinean Bistro beckons to diners. Once lured inside, guests find plates piled high with "Argentinean dishes mixed with Italian inspiration," as noted by the Miami New Times. Patrons relax in the casual eatery as they nosh on housemade pastas, slow-cooked sauces, and that most sacred Argentinean meal: grilled meats. Dinner service gets an extra surge of energy on Thursday and Friday nights, when live music fills the room from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.

1401 SW 22nd St
Miami,
FL
US

Cuisine Type: Asian-Spanish gourmet deli

Established: 2014

Reservations: Optional

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Number of Tables: 5?10

Parking: Parking lot

Most popular offering: Boba Tea,

Kid-friendly: Yes

Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Pro Tip: Great combo options, Delicious asian snacks. Soup Salad & Sandwiches

Q&A with Joel, General Manager

D?cor can say a lot about the type of food a restaurant serves. How does your d?cor inform or reflect your culinary practice?

Our caf? has a simple, casual, and harmonious environment. We have books to read, if you wish, along with free WiFi.

In your own words, how would you describe your menu?

We have a large menu of gourmet salads and sandwiches, and our homemade soups are cooked daily. We also offer fresh bubble tea.

1245 SW 22nd St
Miami,
FL
US

Growing up in Colombia, John Schott knew that he wanted to spend his life helping others. Now, as a young entrepreneur and innovative whole-food chef, John believes he’s doing just that, one bite at a time. At LifeFood Gourmet, John and company have assembled a menu built around nourishment and rejuvenation. Everything is made from scratch, right down to the condiments. The homemade veggie burger, for instance, is a mixture of sweet potato and zucchini, and the signature burrito features a gluten-free tortilla, pumpkinseed Mexican–style pâté, and avocado. Even the drink selection screams healthy, with different shakes and elixirs concocted to strengthen the immune system or deliver a better energy boost than chugging a racecar’s motor oil.

1248 Southwest 22nd Street
Miami,
FL
US

Holy Bagels & Pizzeria Downtown serves up Kosher meals bookended by bagels for breakfast and pizza later in the day. Breakfast brings a flurry of entrees that go beyond typical day starters with skakshuka (eggs cooked in a veggie sauce) and a bagel platter with smoked salmon and the works. But the variety doesn't end there. Throughout the day, housemade focaccia bread still warm from the oven becomes the base for sandwiches stuffed with Mediterranean treats like fried eggplant, hardboiled eggs, and hummus. Chefs also build plates of pasta and a fish specialties, including pecan-encrusted salmon. If that's not enough inspiration to eat every meal here for the rest of your life, two dozen kosher sushi rolls keep the party going and signature pizzas pop out of the oven with toppings like spicy tuna or pesto sauce.

93 NW 1st St.
Miami,
FL
US

Bright colors and faux balconies decorate the interior of LaBoca Grill Cafe, recalling the vivid hues that residents of Buenos Aires often paint their homes. The eatery's menu recalls the flavors that might be found in the kitchens of those homes: grilled salmon with ginger-orange sauce, lobster ravioli, and breaded steak milanesa are a few specialties. Earlier in the day patrons can devour brunch classics such as lox platters, brioche French toast, and eggs Benedict with skirt steak.

1250 S Miami Ave, Ste 6
Miami,
FL
US