Mornings are for coffee and contemplation. And also for stunning views over the water. One of St. Pete’s newest cafés is also one of the most beautiful around, as Patrona Coastal Café and Roastery brings that toes-in-the-sand, sunrise-over-the-bay experience to the Burg.
One of the last stops before the bridge begins, Patrona can be found at 13090 Gandy Boulevard North next to The Getaway. Much like its neighbor, Patrona delivers great drinks in a premier location overlooking Tampa Bay.
Patrona Coffee is a company roasting its own beans, with several delicious signature blends, and Patrona Coastal Café is the roaster’s signature coffee shop. All of their beans are roasted fresh in-house, making the waterside cafe the perfect place to experience a Patrona espresso or cold brew right where it all began.
Hot or cold; baked or toasted – get it all at Patrona
In addition to a variety of lattes, cold brews, drip coffees, frappes, teas and more, Patrona also offers a highly-enjoyable menu of baked goodies. Items range from cinnamon rolls, muffins and avocado toast to acai bowls, bagels, croissants and even a peanut butter/banana/honey toast.
With outdoor seating featuring tables nestled under palm trees and colorful shade-giving sails, Patrona Coastal Café takes its name seriously, providing a truly Floridian coffee experience. Situated on the water, coffee sippers and cinnamon roll snackers can enjoy views of the mangroves, boats coming and going, and the motions of kayakers and SUP’ers strolling along the water.
The café also has bags of its house-roasted beans available for purchase. Patrona Coastal Café is open Tuesday-Friday 7:30 am – 1:30 pm, and Saturday-Sunday from 8:30 am – 1:30 pm. Learn more at patronacoffee.com.
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