Your Guide to Palm Beach’s Cafe Culture

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Gold Coasters are known for their love of sun and surf and for starting their day at sunrise, so it should come at no surprise they equally love a good coffee and breakfast.

As the city has been growing over the years, the Gold Coast has become home to some of the best cafes and restaurants in Australia.

Palm Beach is no exception – this friendly, coastal town is filled with vibrant cafe culture. Whether picking up a latte from your local barista to enjoy on the beachfront, or dining in, Palm Beach’s brewing cafe scene is one of the Gold Coast’s greatest.

Lacey Group’s latest development, The Monroe Palm Beach, is perfectly poised to provide you with a lifestyle where locally brewed coffee is within easy reach.

Here’s our favourite local brews and eats.

 

Palm Beach Surf Club

48m / 1 minute walk
Quite literally on your doorstep, it’s the perfect opportunity to soak up panorama coastal views while enjoying a hearty breakfast.

 

Wildernis Cafe and Bar

150m / 2 minute walk
Wildernis is a Palm Beach staple, serving up plates of classic breakfast favourites with a twist, fresh juices, stunning smoothie bowls, and fine coffee. This two-storey venue is the perfect place to relax and soak up the sun.

 

Sisterhood Coffee

150m / 2 minute walk
Opening from 5.30am 7-days a week, and only around the corner from The Monroe, the vibrant Sisterhood Coffee is one to try.

 

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Watson Bloom

250m / 3 minute walk
Pouring up quality coffee close to the beach, Watson Bloom is a local haunt. Situated next door to popular sourdough bakery Rollingpin Bakehouse and on the Gold Coast Highway, it’s a peaceful spot to relax and enjoy a cuppa.

 

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Highline Palm Beach

400m / 5 minute walk
Perched just off the side of the Gold Coast Highway, and within walking distance from The Monroe, the Highline Palm Beach is one to try. They are proudly serving ethical brewed coffee alongside local and seasonal produce.

 

Barefoot Barista

500m / 6 minute walk
Known for serving up beautifully crafted breakfast and brunch and delicious sweet treats, this trendy, industrial-styled cafe has been a popular local stomping ground in Palm Beach for years.

 

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jac and eileen’s

500m / 6 minute walk
Based in the hub of Palm Beach, this wholesome cafe is known for its good local brew, bagels and friendly service.

 

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Down 2 Earth Cafe

450m/ 6 minute walk
Looking for something fresh and healthy? The ever-popular Down 2 Earth has made its mark in Palm Beach and with good reason. Specialising in lavish smoothie and acai bowls, this is a cafe on the must-try list.

 

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Espresso Moto Cafe

2.8km / 5 minute drive
Only a minute from the beach and famous for their hearty bacon & egg rolls with homemade relish, vibrant atmosphere and delicious brew – Espresso Moto is the talk of the town.

 

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Custard Canteen

3.3 km / 6 minute drive
Sweet-tooths and pastry lovers will feel at home at Custard Canteen. Located on Tallebudgera Creek, this place is home to quality coffee and fine takeaway cuisine. Simply the ideal spot for a post-swim breakfast.

 

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