Here are some of the best ways to enjoy National Coffee Day on September 29th
1. Sample different coffees at a local cafe. National Coffee Day is the perfect opportunity to explore all the different types of coffee that are out there! Order a few different kinds and taste them side by side to find your favorite.
2. Make your own coffee-infused treat. There are tons of recipes out there for coffee-flavored desserts, so why not whip up something special for National Coffee Day? You can’t go wrong with a coffee-infused treat, from cupcakes to ice cream.
3. Visit a local roastery. National Coffee Day is perfect for learning more about where your coffee comes from! Many local roasteries offer tours and tastings, so you can see how your favorite beans are roasted and learn about the different flavor profiles.
4. Have a picnic in your favorite coffee shop. Many coffee shops offer special deals and discounts on National Coffee Day, so take advantage of them! Grab a few friends and head to your favorite spot for a relaxed picnic lunch.
5. Get creative with your brew. Try cold brewing, pour-over, or even make your espresso at home.
No matter how you celebrate National Coffee Day, be sure to do it in style with a delicious cup of coffee at home or from one of the many great spots in South Florida; find below some of our favorites.
Celebrate National Coffee Day at Bebito’s Cafecito at Time Out Market Miami with traditional Cuban coffee selections. Paying homage to family and heritage, Bebito’s Cafecito showcases Miami restaurateur Jason Odio’s take on Cuban-American favorites with a modern, health-forward twist. The brew is offered in all traditional forms, including a signature cafecito, traditional café con leche, and many more variations. Non-dairy customizations like almond and coconut milk are offered as well. Pair your coffee with a crave-worthy croissant assortment of chocolate, almond and dulce de leche, guava and cheese pastelito, and vegan banana bread. Hours of operation are 11 AM to 6 PM. Time Out Market Miami is located at 1601 Drexel Avenue in Miami Beach. www.bebitos.cafe
La Boulangerie Boul’ Mich
For over a decade, La Boulangerie Boul’ Mich has been a go-to destination for those seeking freshly-made French and Latin baked goods and artisanal creations, perfectly executed coffee beverages, and a vast menu of sweet and savory dishes from 24/7 breakfast, gourmet sandwiches, fresh salads, soups, homemade pasta and more. With six locations throughout Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties, the restaurant and bakery genuinely cover all bases, stretching across all three meal periods. National Coffee Day is Thursday, September 29, and La Boulangerie Boul’Mich invites you to celebrate with a free coffee of your choice with every purchase of their limited edition branded coffee mugs ($16). Guests can enjoy the perks of a 10% discount on all future coffee purchases with the mug for a year! (Valid until 9/29/2023) www.laboulangerieusa.com
La Cocina Cocteleria
Launched in 2019 and connected to Kush Hialeah (formerly Stephen’s Deli), La Cocina Cocteleria is THE cocktail bar in Hialeah and, like all-things-KHG, pays homage to its host city with a dazzling decor equal parts tribute and 305 fever dream. On National Coffee Day, visit La Cocina and order yourself the Nooo Que Bueno; inspired by Valsan — a well-known, oh-so-Miami department store — the drink is a one-of-kind as its influence, a heady mix of Brugal 1888, sweet vermouth, cold brew coffee, and tobacco bitters. La Cocina Cocteleria is located at 1000 East 16th Street in Hialeah, Florida. It is open Fridays and Saturdays from 7 PM to the last call. www.kushhospitality.com
It’s’ National Coffee Day on Thursday, September 29, and what better way to celebrate this holy grail bean than in a unique way? Instead of drinking your coffee, R House Wynwood encourages you to commemorate the holiday with its unquestionably delicious arepas. Now, what does an arepa have to do with coffee? R House offers a Coffee-Braised Short Rib Arepa ($14), so tender it melts in your mouth and is topped with pico de gallo, cilantro cream, and crispy onions. Pair this delicious dish with an R Espresso Martini ($15) made with Van Gogh Espresso Vodka, Baileys, and Kahlúa. R House is located at 2727 NW 2nd Avenue in Wynwood. The restaurant is open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday; Drag Brunch is offered at 11:30 AM and 2:30 PM on Saturdays and Sundays. www.rhousewynwood.com
Coffee enthusiasts are well accustomed to the positive impact a cup of caffeinated goodness has on our everyday lives. On Thursday, September 29, TUR Kitchen is honoring National Coffee Day by serving their signature dessert coffee, “It’s’ Way Of Life,” at a discounted price ($15); made with a double espresso and cocoa elixir (Manjari chocolate, cloves, allspice, black pepper). Their coffee is created with 100% Arabica beans, served to guests freshly roasted weekly by a local roaster, providing the freshest coffee experience. The final result is a silky, smooth, nutty, and rich coffee. The “Way of Life” is a celebration of coffee to honor the different traditions of each country in the Mediterranean, where coffee is seen as a way of life and used to share the best moments with friends and family. TUR Kitchen is located at 259 Giralda Avenue in Coral Gables. Lunch is served Monday – Friday from noon to 3 PM and Saturday & Sunday from noon – 5 PM. Dinner is served Monday – Thursday from 5 PM – 10 PM, Friday & Saturday from 5 PM – 11 PM, and Sunday from 5 PM – 9 PM. Happy hour is also available Monday- Saturday from 5 PM – 630PM. www.turkitchen.com
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