The Time Out Market Miami outpost of Jason Odio’s Bebito’s Cafecito aims to give the city a new place to enjoy its much-loved coffee break. Whether it’s a latte in the morning with a flaky chocolate croissant or a midday pick-me-up in the form of a cappuccino and a guava-and-cheese danish, Bebito’s serves all kinds of delicious caffeinated drinks as well as an array of Latin-inspired pastries and healthy baked goods.
There exists an unwritten schedule of coffee in Miami. It begins early morning (like, maybe 10) with a cortadito, sweet and strong enough to wipe away memories of last night. Once lunch is over, a latte might help get you back to the office after those two glasses of wine. Then comes late afternoon—cafecito time in Miami—when, hopefully, someone’s handing out little paper thimbles of rocket fuel.
After dark, it’s an espresso post-dinner, and maybe another later for a boost to get you out to that thing that doesn’t start until midnight. Forgot about that AM boot camp date the next morning? Yeah, you’re going to need more coffee for that. It’s sort of a 24-hour addiction around here. Whether it’s doled out from a ventanita at one of Miami’s best Cuban restaurants or served at a laidback Miami bakery where you can also grab a snack, any time of day is a good time for another coffee.