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Top Spots for Coffee In and Around Fort Myers

Did the mug life choose you? Light and sweet, dark as night, piping hot or over ice – as long as you have your coffee nobody gets hurt, right? If you list your blood type as “coffee,” then here are some coffee shops in and around Fort Myers where you can cozy up with the perfect blend.

1. Good Ground Coffee - Downtown Fort Myers

Good Ground serves up craft coffee in a sleek and modern space. The shop frequently partners with local bakeries to offer sweet and delicious cookies and pastries.

2. The Perfect Cup - Matlacha

Matlacha is a haven for artists, makers, thinkers and tinkers. Naturally, they fuel their creativity at The Perfect Cup, where beans sourced from all over the world are roasted on site. While you’re there, try the Crabby Big Daddy omelet with lump blue crab, asparagus, smoked provolone and eggs. It’s a work of art in itself. 

3. Urban Buzz - Cape Coral

This friendly and welcoming drive-thru coffee spot provides organic, fair trade tea and coffee. They work with local suppliers and bakeries to source the freshest, highest quality ingredients and pastries. Try one of their signature drinks with quirky names like the Sanibel Straight or Pumpkinator. Or be like the locals and ask for something off their secret menu. 

4. Downtown Coffee & Wine Company - Bonita Springs

Located in the quaint historic downtown Bonita Springs district, this cozy coffe spot provides more than just a cup of joe. Offering locally roasted beans and rotating wine offerings, this unique spot can be your go to place in the morning or relaxing spot in the evening for a glass of wine and cheese board.

5. Sanibel Bean - Sanibel Island

There’s something for every member of the family at Sanibel Bean: Dark roast for dad, an iced vanilla latte for mom and creamy, hand-dipped ice cream for kids of all ages. Grab a bag of coffee beans to take with you so you can brew up a bit of Sanibel Island at home. 

6. Latte Da - Captiva Island

There’s never a dull moment on Captiva Island, especially when you’re at Latte Da, a vibrant little coffee shop where your shot of espresso comes with a jolt color. Sweeten the deal with an affogato made with Queenie’s Homemade Ice Cream. Bellissimo!

Life is too short for bad coffee. Luckily, you’re never too far away from a grade-A cup of the good stuff in Fort Myers. Start planning your trip now, but first – coffee.