Two Miami Beach residents connected by a mutual friend started to work together once a week from local coffee shops and, being creative types, we decided to make it fun, trying a new location each week and blogging about it.
Michael Timmermann is a personal finance writer and founder of MichaelSaves.com. As a new Miami Beach resident, he was eager to explore coffee shops that would help mix up his work-from-home routine.
Susan Askew is the founder and editor of RE:MiamiBeach. Her at-home desk comes with cat and dog sleeping at her feet.
Want to send us somewhere? Email us your thoughts on local cafés and we’ll check them out!
the unscientific rating scale and categories
1 to 5 (with 5 being the highest)
Ease of work: Comfortable tables and chairs, access to electrical outlets, noise levels
Environment: Pleasant to be in, remote workers welcome
Coffee: We’re not coffee connoisseurs… but we know what we like! To give you an idea of where we’re coming from, Michael likes Dunkin Donuts coffee. Susan, not so much. Her tastes run more along the line of Nespresso.
the detailsClick on the names for the more detailed reviews
|Ease of Work||Environment||Overall|
|Joe & the Juice||1215 West Ave||4||5||9|
|Joe & the Juice||1600 Collins Ave||4||5||9|
|Wolfsonian Museum Café||1001 Washington Ave||3.5||5||8.5|
|Time Out Market||1601 Drexel Ave||3.5||4||7.5|
|Lincoln Eatery XO Espresso||723 Lincoln Lane North||3.5||3||6.5|
|Capital One Café||1029 Lincoln Road||3||3||6|
|Rosetta||929 Collins Ave||2||4||6|
|Panther Coffee||1875 Purdy Ave||2||3||5|
|Aroma Espresso Bar||1601 Collins Ave||0||2||2|