We usually only find ourselves at this Danish import when we have no other options or are in a rush, because it’s a tad expensive and definitely feels like a chain inside. Yet it's a perfectly fine option if you, too, are in a rush or just want a decent cup of coffee and happen to be reasonably close to this place. There are three locations scattered around South Beach, but the one at 1600 Collins Ave is the most comfortable. It has a fair amount of seating, and, if you’re simply too hungry to wait for better South Beach options - get one of their sandwiches, which come on very thin rye bread and are a fine snack.
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