Get your daily caffeine fix at some of Orlando’s top coffee shops (Foxtail Coffee Co. pictured).

Orlando’s craft coffee scene is abuzz with locally roasted beans, inventive specialty drinks and sidewalk cafes aplenty where you can people watch in style. Sit back and relax at some of the city’s top coffee shops, from laid-back neighborhood hangouts to vibrant eateries with plenty of colorful fare. One thing’s for sure: You’ll find plenty of places to warm your heart — and your hands — in what we like to call the City Brew-tiful.

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Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew 

Craft coffee and donuts go hand in hand at Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew, part of Disney Springs® at Walt Disney World® Resort. This colorful cafe packs a one-two punch with vibrant pairings like the Donut Shop Special (classic cold brew topped with a strawberry donut) and Super Chocolate Topper (double chocolate nitro cold brew topped with a Brooklyn Blackout donut). If you prefer to keep it simple, Everglazed also offers a la carte donut and coffee picks, with customizable cold brew on tap and a selection of nitro and iced specialty drinks.

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Foxtail Coffee Co.

Born and brewed right here in Winter Park, Foxtail Coffee Co. is an Orlando staple since 2016. Stop by the flagship store in Winter Park to see the coffee roasting facility in action, or settle in at one of many local Foxtail cafes throughout Orlando’s neighborhoods and tourism districts.

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Gideon's Bakehouse

Gideon’s Bakehouse may be known for their enormous cookies and cake slices, but their flagship store at Disney Springs has one more tasty trick up its sleeve. Their delectable nitro cold brew pairs beans from Lineage Coffee Roasting with oat milk for a fully vegan treat — and it’s only available at Walt Disney World. Choose from classic flavors like Peanut Butter or Cookies & Cream cold brew, and keep an eye out for limited edition flavors, which change monthly. You can also find Gideon’s Bakehouse in its original location — sans cold brew — at East End Market in the Audubon Park Garden District.

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The Glass Knife

The Glass Knife is another stunning option for coffee and pastries as beautiful as they are delicious. The LGBTQ+ owned Winter Park bakery exclusively serves Onyx Coffee Lab blends, along with pastries, sandwiches and brunch fare. Linger over classic “Southern Weather” brewed coffee (with complimentary refills) or treat yourself to a crème brulee cortado, lavender vanilla cinnamon latte or specialty espresso blend. Pair it with a jewel-bright pastry (like the coffee-infused Chocolate Onyx Pastry) for maximum enjoyment.

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Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company

Just around the corner from Gideon’s Bakehouse at Disney Springs, Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company serves specialty beverages including nitro cold-brew, loose-leaf-teas, artisan-roasted coffee and premium iced tea, as well as seasonal and themed lattes. You can even customize your brew with specialty latte art featuring favorite characters, motifs or your own snapshots. 

The Monroe

Part of the Creative Village in downtown Orlando’s Parramore District, The Monroe is a diverse social gathering space that’s perfect for dinner, drinks and, well — coffee. Their in-house coffee bar is open until 3 p.m. Tuesday – Sunday, offering classic espresso drinks, tea and house specialties like the sweet potato or classic root beer latte.

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The Robinson Coffee Room

Team Market Group venues, Robinson Cocktail Room
The Robinson Coffee Room in Downtown Orlando

For coffee culture that goes from day to night, sip on specialty lattes, espresso martinis and more at The Robinson Coffee Room in downtown Orlando. Located in the heart of the City District, this lively social spot is perfect for a morning coffee break, cocktails before a live show, or dancing into the wee hours at The Robinson Cocktail Bar & Lounge on the second level.

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Axum Coffee

Axum Coffee shop in downtown Winter Garden
Axum Coffee in Winter Garden

Spend the morning exploring historic Winter Garden, where two Axum Coffee locations will keep you energized for the day’s adventures. Visit their roastery inside Plant Street Market, an indoor food hall with a brewery and over a dozen dining concepts, or people-watch from the patio of their standalone coffee shop down the street. All Axum beans are sustainably sourced and served within 14 days of roasting for fresh flavor every single time. They also host fun themed events throughout the year, with specialty drinks to match.

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Barnie’s Coffee & Tea

If you’re in the mood for something new, head to Barnie’s Coffee & Tea Co. in Winter Park. Their flagship store is a test kitchen for all the micro-roasts, specialty drinks and made-from-scratch dishes coming to a Barnie’s near you. In addition to espresso, drip coffee and cold brew, you can indulge in tea, smoothies, lemonade, and even beer and wine at this classic Park Avenue establishment.

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Craft & Common

In downtown Orlando’s City District, Craft & Common serves fun vibes, expertly blended drinks and snackable small plates inspired by the West Coast. Many of their beans come from KOS Coffee Roasters, a Maitland-based micro roastery minutes from Orlando. Options range from classic tea, espresso and cold brew to specialty drinks like The Dunes (espresso, condensed milk and orange cinnamon) and Wild Child (espresso, milk, rose syrup and vanilla cardamom).

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Cups & Pups Coffee

Tucked away in Orlando’s College Park district, Cups & Pups Coffee uses locally roasted beans from Lineage Coffee Roasting. All are welcome here, especially pups, so bring your pets and relax over seasonal favorites like oatmeal cream pie or horchata cold brew. You can even order your favorite cold brew blends for home delivery, with your choice of milk and classic flavors including vanilla, caramel and lavender.

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Deeply Cafe & Bottle Shop

Steps from Lake Eola, Deeply Cafe & Bottle Shop features classic and seasonal blends using beans from around the world. Along with roasting partners in Sweden, Denmark, Brooklyn and Spain, the shop hosts guest roasters throughout the year. You never know what you’ll taste while you’re in town. Sip on inventive seasonal fare like the key lime pie latte or pina colada matcha, paired with sweet and savory vegan dishes and a rotating selection of natural wines.

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Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar

Part of The Milk District® near downtown Orlando, Drunken Monkey Coffee Bar is a laid-back neighborhood hangout with espresso aplenty. Try their signature Mojo blend of coffee, milk, sweetened condensed milk, vanilla and cinnamon, or create your own custom drink with eight milk choices and over 30 flavors on deck. 

Lineage Coffee Roasting

East End Market in Audubon Park
Visit Lineage Coffee Roasting at East End Market in the Audubon Park Garden District

Lineage Coffee Roasting supplies the beans for many of Orlando’s top coffee shops, featuring products grown in Kenya, Colombia, Ethiopia and Mexico. They have three Orlando-area storefronts, including the original inside East End Market, along with a roastery and craft coffee classroom located in Winter Park. They also sell bagged coffee subscriptions, some of which include limited-edition roasts you can’t buy anywhere else — perfect for bringing a taste of Orlando home after your trip.

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NewCity Coffee Co.

Twenty minutes north of Orlando in Lake Mary, NewCity Coffee Co. serves seasonal coffee flights that are sure to tickle your taste buds. Get them hot or iced, try a la carte specialties like the peanut butter latte or ube latte, or keep things simple with a classic cortado, cappuccino and more espresso-based drinks. You can also score baked goods or venture out to try more dining options in the downtown Lake Mary area.

Qreate Coffee

In the Mills 50 District, Qreate Coffee serves up inventive tea and espresso-based fare with fun add-ons like pistachio, lychee and even charcoal mocha syrup. Try one of their signature drinks, like the Iced Viet Coffee with condensed milk, or go all out with seasonal specialties like the Hazy Daisy (vanilla smoked cortado) or Fruity Loop Matcha (lavender and oat milk matcha). Designed as a creative gathering space, the coffee shop also hosts a pro-grade photography studio and hands-on workshops throughout the year.

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Stardust Video & Coffee

Get a taste of the real Orlando at Stardust Video & Coffee, a low-key cafe with live music, vegan eats, local art and of course, coffee. Keep it simple with tea, cold brew and espresso-based drinks with your choice of syrups, and enjoy all that this local gem in the Audubon Park Garden District has to offer.

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Stemma Craft Coffee

Stemma Craft Coffee is female-owned by fourth-generation coffee growers with a family farm in Nicaragua. Colorful, warm and inviting, this downtown Orlando cafe serves espresso, tea, pour-over coffee and craft beverages with a twist. Try El Güerito, an iced coffee made with sweetened milk, pineapple foam and grated cookie, or the Dirty Mama, a delectable blend of espresso and homemade horchata. They also offer a full menu of sandwiches, toast, salads and snacks to make your taste buds sing.

Sugar Dough Bakehouse

In the Audubon Park Garden District, Sugar Dough Bakehouse serves tea, coffee and Asian-inspired French pastries like the taro croissant, ube egg tart, and a rotating selection of cream-filled croissant rolls. It’s owned by husband-and-wife team Yixi Qiu and Wen Pan, both originally from China. Order the tiger sugar, Sakura or taro latte and watch the magic unfold. Light on the Sugar, their sister shop in Winter Park, also sells delicious espresso and matcha-based drinks along with crepe cakes, giant cream puffs, mini cake boxes, themed macarons and much more.

Vanessa’s Coffee Shop

Twenty-five minutes southeast of Orlando in Lake Nona, Vanessa’s Coffee Shop serves over-the-top espresso-based drinks like the Mocha Nutella-Oreo Latte and Cookie Butter Latte, along with a full menu of sweet and savory fare. Get your favorite beverages hot or iced, and keep an eye out for seasonal specialties like the cinnamon roll latte, Secret Garden lavender latte and holly jolly hot chocolate (with an added espresso shot, of course).

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Vespr Coffee

Venture out to Waterford Lakes, near the University of Central Florida, and you’ll discover Vespr Coffee Bar, a contemporary coffeehouse specializing in single-origin coffee and organic, fair-trade tea. Sip on cozy seasonal drinks like The Froggie (butterscotch matcha latte topped with apple cinnamon cold foam) paired with pastries and light bites.

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