Are you looking for a delicious cup of gourmet coffee? Grab a book, kick back, relax and enjoy a cup of java in the Palm Beaches. In addition to the gorgeous beaches, tranquil waterways, surreal sunrises and sunsets the local area boasts amazing coffee houses.
The Palm Beach Post conducted a survey of readers on “Who has the best coffee in the Palm Beaches?” The results varied with three local coffeehouses rising to the top.
Topping the poll at Number 1 is Subculture Coffee Roasters, located at 509 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach and 123 East Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach. Subculture offers a relaxed atmosphere and small batch artisan coffee. Coffee beans are harvested and imported from Ethiopia, Oromia, Panama, and Chinqui providing diverse coffee in both flavor and weight. The Subculture coffee changes quarterly offering roasted coffee beans in different varieties.
Two coffee houses tied for second place in the survey. Oceana Coffee, 221 Old Dixie Highway, Tequesta boasts amazing baristas, relaxed atmosphere and various milks from coconut to macadamia nut. They have an assortment of kombucha on tap in addition to specialty-brewed coffees roasted in small batches at its roasting house. The owners, Scott and Amy Angelo, have won Gold two years in a row at the North American Compak Golden Bean Competition for their milk-based coffee.
Also tying for second place is Common Grounds Coffee Bar, 12 South J Street, Lake Worth they state it “strives to bring high quality coffee while cultivating the community.” The gourmet coffee they serve is just the beginning. They offer locally roasted coffee, delicious pastries, a place to commune with friends, and live music. Common Grounds focus is on quality not quantity of each cup of cold brewed coffee.
A good cup of coffee is a luxury everyone can enjoy…check out the local coffee roasting houses in the Palm Beaches and enjoy the beauty that surrounds!