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Sarasota Coffee & Cafes

While visiting Sarasota, there are many popular downtown coffee and cafes places to check out that will give you a hearty start to your day. Whether you prefer a full breakfast complete with eggs and hashbrowns or a lighter start such as a fresh pastry and or fruit cup, we have listed several of the area's top Sarasota breakfast spots below for your convenience. Many of these venues offer indoor and outdoor dining options allowing you to enjoy the crisp morning air and sunshine while you savor that morning cup of Joe.
By Location: Downtown

Station 400

400 North Lemon Avenue, Sarasota, FL 34236  Map

Station 400 is a local family owned & operated breakfast & lunch restaurant. Located just north of Downtown on Lemon Avenue, they offer a delicious menu of breakfast favorites including eggs, ommellettes, pancakes, waffles and more as well as a lunch menu of tasty soups, sandwiches and salads.


Burns Court Cafe

401 S Pineapple Ave, Sarasota, FL 34236  Map

Welcome to Burns Court Cafe. We're a real French Parisian Cafe & bakery in the heart of Sarasota's downtown historic district of Burns Court. We offer a variety of quiches, soups, pastries, Italian coffee, espresso, cappuccino, latte drinks and frappes. Sandwiches, vegetarian food and salads all made fresh. Relaxing ambiance and Al fresco dining available.


Word of Mouth Downtown

711 S Osprey Ave #3, Sarasota, FL 34236  Map

Word of Mouth serves superb salads, eggs, and more. Try our eggs Benedict and our Super Food Salad. You'll quickly see why we were awarded first place as the Herald-Tribune reader's choice for non-chain breakfast. With indoor seating and an outdoor patio that is dog-friendly, all your friends are welcome at Word of Mouth. Enjoy!


C'est La Vie

1553 Main St, Sarasota, FL 34236  Map

It's easy to forget that you're in Florida and not France on your visit to C'est La Vie. When owners Christophe and Geraldine moved to Sarasota 20 years ago, it was their mission to bring an authentic French bistro experience to America. C'est la Vie opened its doors in 1997 and was one of the first restaurants downtown to offer outdoor seating like many of the established bistros in France.


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