One of Miami’s most peaceful little cafes happens to be around the corner from E11even, and the coffee is good enough to help you forget about that one time you spent $400 there on a bottle of $40 vodka. You can go with a simple but perfect pour over or opt for more adventurous things like a rosemary cold brew with lime juice. They also serve breakfast and lunch. The Runny & Everything sandwich is the best bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich we’ve found in Miami - thanks mostly to the everything brioche bun. This place also has free WiFi and is usually chill enough during the week to get some work done.
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