Hey, fellow coffee lovers! Looking for your new go-to coffee house in Venice, FL? I’ve got you covered. In this complete guide to coffee in Venice, I’m spilling the beans on all my favorite cafes, coffee houses, and hidden gem hangouts for sipping the best espresso, cold brew, and pour-overs in town. From beachy vibes to cozy nooks, roasters serving up locally-sourced beans, and baristas who can whip up a mean latte, discover the top places to fuel up on caffeine in Venice. Join me on this caffeinated tour and become a coffee insider in Venice!

Where to Go When You Need Coffee in Venice

Everyone needs their caffeine fix, trust me, I get it. When you just want to grab a simple black coffee, a shot of espresso, a gourmet latte, or something creative, there’s a place locally to find that! We have gourmet roasters in town that not only serve their coffee in a shop but also supply local restaurants with their own signature blends. There are also mom and pop coffee shops around town that you can support while filling your coffee addiction.

Where are the Best Places to Buy Coffee Beans in Venice?

Venetian Coffee Roasters

203 Base Avenue E., Venice, FL
You can sample the coffee inside, but this is not a coffee shop to really sit and enjoy single serve coffee. Grab a bag to bring home and brew yourself. Venetian Coffee Roasters also provides unique blends to several local restaurants and shops including Papa's Meat Market and Yummies Donuts and BBQ.
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Venetian Coffee Roasters

Black Gold Coffee Roasters

2385 East Venice Ave. Venice, FL 34292
Black Gold Coffee Roasters is dedicated to enriching the entire line of people involved in bringing their specially roasted coffee “From Tree to Cup.”
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Black Gold Coffee Roasters Venice Florida

Parise’s Coffee and Cannoli

A new local food truck with their own signature roasts to create an extensive menu of various coffee and espresso drinks that they serve alongside their delicious cannolis. Their location varies, but they post their locations on their Facebook page.
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Parise’s Coffee and Cannoli

Where Are The Best Coffee Cafes in Venice?

When you want to sit and enjoy a good cup of coffee, where do you go? Of course, there’s the chains like Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts or Wawa, but when you want to support local, small businesses, the little cafes around town are the place to be. Here’s a list of the best places to get coffee in Venice.

Moulin Blanc Café – Venice, Florida

Enjoy a fresh and authentic taste of France minutes from Venice’s beautiful beaches at Moulin Blanc Café, an authentic French cafe and bakery!
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Moulin Blanc Cafe in Venice Florida

Parise’s Coffee and Cannoli

A new local food truck with their own signature roasts to create an extensive menu of various coffee and espresso drinks that they serve alongside their delicious cannolis. Their location varies, but they post their locations on their Facebook page.
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Parise’s Coffee and Cannoli

Venice Wine and Coffee Company

201 West Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida
(941) 484-3667
An undiscovered gem downtown, Venice Wine and Coffee Company offers the ultimate shopping and dining duo with an adorable gift shop on one side and a cafe on the other. They offer various specials through the week including soups, sandwiches and more.
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Coffee Cafe

812 East Venice Ave, Venice, FL
(941) 484-4100
Now in a new location on Venice Ave next to Flapjacks Cafe, Rosie is serving up a wide variety of coffee creations alongside a hearty breakfast and lunch menu.
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Seed & Bean Market

116 W Venice Ave, Venice, FL 34285
(941) 220-3234
An alternative coffee house with cannabis and CBD infused drinks and food options.
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Seed and Bean Market Downtown Venice, FL

Venice Island Coffee Cafe

200 Miami Ave W, Venice, FL
(941) 285-6789
If you weren't looking for it, you might miss this little gem on the corner of Miami Ave and Nokomis Ave. They are open for breakfast and lunch serving home style cooking with tasty pastries and treats alongside their coffee offerings.
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Venice Island Coffee Cafe

By The Bay Bistro

3976 Destination Dr, Osprey, FL 34229
(941) 444-1940
By-The-Bay-BISTRO offers handcrafted coffees and freshly baked European style pastries and breads.
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By The Bay Bistro

Mon Ami Cafe

1740 East Venice Avenue STE 19, Venice, FL 34292
(941) 303-6621
Away from the hustle and bustle of downtown, this small cafe offers a variety of coffee drinks including traditional hot drinks like an Americano or Cappuccino and more fun, cold beverages like an Affogato made with espresso, a scoop of ice cream and a biscotti and a Coffee Float made with a scoop of ice cream, whipped cream and a chocolate drizzle.
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Foxtail Coffee Co. | Wellen Park

19795 Wellen Park Blvd, Venice, Fl 34293
(941) 584-5370
Foxtail Coffee in Wellen Park is a cozy gathering spot, with expertly crafted coffee, rustic charm, and an inviting atmosphere. This location is a haven for coffee lovers and a fostering community. Indulge in rich flavors, and unwind in a warm, friendly space or grab a Kelly’s Ice Cream to go!
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Foxtail Coffee in Wellen Park

Louie’s Bistro

12275 Mercado Dr, North Port, FL 34293
(941) 244-4960
Need a pick-me-up? Make Louie's Bistro your go-to spot for a cup of joe with pizazz! This cheery cafe inside the Wellen Park Welcome Center dishes up way more than just coffee – we're talking breakfast sammies, wraps, salads, and quiche with serious flair. Whether you're meeting clients, getting a quick bite, or just looking to sip a fantastic latte, Louie's Bistro brings the pep and the flavor.
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Louie’s Bistro

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A vast culture surrounds the coffee scene, which has been around for decades. If you’ve never had coffee before, we’ve put together a short guide on what the best type of coffee is for a beginner, so you can have a positive introduction to the world of coffee.

What’s the Best Type of Coffee for a Beginner?

The first step is getting to know your beans. Typically, there are two types of coffee beans most commonly consumed: Arabica and Robusta.

  • Arabica, otherwise known as the coffee shrub of Arabia, has a sweet and subtle flavor but don’t let it fool you. It’s high in acidity and can be a little much for beginners to drink straight.
  • Robusta coffee beans produce a strong-tasting coffee with nearly double the caffeine Arabica provides. The flavor is grainy and nutty, with notes of peanuts.

What Are The Different Styles of Coffee?

There are several varieties of coffee drinks that people choose, some of which are more popular than others. While the options you will likely encounter may include different types of milk, sweetener, and flavorings, pure coffee has some health benefits, too.

Here are some typical coffee drinks you can try to help you determine your future go-to order:


This is coffee in its purest form. Espresso is typically served in a shot glass or a small cup and topped with foam on request.


When you ask for a latte, you’ll most often be given an espresso blended with steamed milk. This will lessen the drink’s acidity for a smoother cup of coffee.


Like a latte, espresso is topped with foam made from frothed milk. However, a cappuccino is more coffee-centric.


Believe it or not, people enjoy diluting their espresso with hot water; when they do, it’s generally considered an Americano. This is a popular drink for those who like to stretch their caffeine consumption.


This is similar to other blended coffee styles with the exception that it uses ice to chill the drink and comes in many different forms. Some sweeten their iced coffee, and others do not.


When you order a mocha, know that you’re essentially getting a latte infused with cocoa powder. So, it’s a chocolate latte, which is good at any time or place.

What is the difference between decaf and regular coffee?

This is the one variety of coffee that is the most underutilized. For most people, decaffeinated coffee isn’t coffee, but we are here to tell you that’s not true. The only difference between decaf and regular coffee is how much of the caffeine was removed during processing.

Now that you know all about coffee… What are you going to try first?

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One Comment

  1. Thank you for all of the information! I can’t wait to visit a few of these shops when we go to Venice. Coffee is a big deal where I’m from and I prefer local shops like the ones you listed. Thanks!

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