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Carmela Coffee: A Hidden Gem in West Palm Beach

Discover Carmela Coffee, a cozy and pet-friendly café in West Palm Beach that offers delicious coffee sourced directly from their farm in Costa Rica, as well as very good food.

Tucked away in the lively Village Commons Shopping Center plaza, I found a hidden treasure rapidly gaining popularity among locals – Carmela Coffee. Despite being recently opened, this delightful coffee shop seems to have already established itself as a warm and cozy refuge for coffee enthusiasts and pet owners alike.

My wife and I recently found ourselves wanting a late lunch on a sunny Sunday afternoon in the company of our two beloved dogs. We were looking for a pet-friendly place where we could relax and enjoy some delicious food when we came across Carmela Coffee. The inviting ambiance of the coffee shop, located at Village Commons, #101-102 in West Palm Beach, immediately caught our attention.

Upon arrival, we were delighted to learn that Carmela Coffee invites dogs to join their owners indoors. We were thrilled to find a space where he could feel at ease with our new Great Dane puppy, Riggs.

As Riggs settled on one of the comfortable sofas, my wife and I explored the extensive menu. She chose the classic Turkey, Swiss, and tomato sandwich, while I opted for the flavorful Arugula and chicken Salad topped with creamy goat cheese and a delicious Goat Cheese and Caramelized Onion Flatbread. The meal was absolutely delightful.

While I don’t drink coffee myself, I couldn’t help but notice the enticing aroma of Carmela Coffee’s signature brew. I learned it is sourced directly from their farm in West Valley, Costa Rica—El Cuminate.

But beyond the culinary delights, what truly distinguishes Carmela Coffee is its warm and inviting atmosphere, a haven that evokes the feeling of a cozy home away from home. I think that whether people need a quiet corner to catch up on work, enjoy a leisurely lunch with friends, or simply unwind with a good book, Carmela is the perfect place. As for me, I could find myself here spending hours typing my next stories.

Local coffee shops celebrate community, culture, and life’s simple pleasures. Carmela Coffee hit that nail well enough.

So whether you’re a coffee connoisseur, a pet enthusiast, or simply searching for a welcoming escape, visit Carmela Coffee. You’ll love their coffee and food, and you’ll discover a warm embrace and a sense of belonging that will keep you coming back time and time again.

Carmela Coffee has different locations throughout Palm Beach County
Online at carmelacoffee.com

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