Panther Coffee

3407 Main Highway
Miami, FL 33133


  • Monday - Saturday: 7am - 9pm Sunday: 8am - 9pm
Panther Coffee truly has changed the way Miami drinks java. The coffeehouse, which started as a cart on a bicycle serving cold brew at food truck roundups, now has three locations, with more on the way. Owners Joel and Leticia Pollock roast their own beans, curated from small farms such as Grupo las Cuchillas in Nicaragua. The coffee shop showcases information sheets about the growers, making your java's journey from plant to cup entirely transparent. The shop also serves cakes, cookies, savory bites, wine, and beer, all in a convivial atmosphere with free Wi-Fi and local art on the walls. In fact, the only thing negative you could say about Panther is that the place feels so comfortable you might need a second cup of coffee to give you the push to get up and go on with your day.

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