Salt+ Sea Sanctuary

Vetted by a Stylist Alexandra Greenawalt



When I moved here in 2019 from NYC I realized that there weren’t so many coffee shops locally besides Starbuck and Dunkin donuts. Now a few years later we have some wonderful additions to the coffee scene and I’ve discovered a few coffee companies are actually based and roasting here which is exciting. I know how important coffee has been to our guests are Salt + Sea Sanctuary and Fairhaven so we offer 3 different ways to prepare coffee at the homes-Nespresso Machine, French Press and drip coffee. So when you are staying with us and want to explore you can check out these local coffee shops:

Local Coffee roaster shops:
*Pumphouse pouratorium-Local favorite and now you can drink their coffee inside their brand new 8,000sf roasting plant/cafe/community hub location. Limited food menu like avocado toast and a few baked goods. The real star is their single origin quality coffee. Huge space to spread out in means you can work remotely from the space with other nomads.
*Oceana Coffee Cafe-One of the original Florida coffee roasters founded by couple Amy and Scott Angelo in 2019 because they couldn’t find a good cup of joe locally. Started roasting with a $35 popcorn maker from eBay and the rest is history. Small batch special grade coffee also sold in Whole Foods. Since 2009 they have been roasting in Tequesta, Florida.

Coffee shops: (using other’s beans)
North Palm Beach
*Papa Kwans-Quirky organic coffee shop with some food and baked goods options. Healthy options like vegetarian, gluten free and vegan. Also amazing selection of tea. Don’t dare to use your cell phone in the line. Limited seating.
*Perk in North Palm Beach- Serving Pumphouse coffee coming soon
*Paris in Town-More bakery and cafe than coffee but amazing croissants and fresh bread.

Palm Beach Gardens
*Subculture at Downton mall Palm Beach gardens-coffee and cafe with food prepared and made for you. Varied seating great for hanging out and getting some work done.

West Palm Beach
Composition-Hipster vibe and cool place to hang out. A few pastries but mainly just really good Partners coffee.
Hive Bakery-Ultra luxury bakery and cafe for a bougie lunch bite. Baked goods are the real star here.
*Johan Joe’s-Sweedish organic fair trade coffee and bakery cafe with large selection of food.
*Common Grounds-Speciality coffee from Brazil, Ethopia, Guatemala and others. Some baked goods including gluten free and vegan. Great place to hang out and get some work done on the comfy couches.

*Cones and Coffee -Coffee by Pumphouse
*Perk in Tequesta -They serve Pumphouse coffee and wonderful plant forward food and baked goods. Gluten and Vegan friendly. California style founded in 2017
*Crux Coffee roasters in Abacoa-single origin coffee and some breakfast/lunch food açaí bowls and baked goods.

Palm Beach Island
*Pink Paradise in the Colony Hotel-Tiny+ charming pink cafe with grab and go food and La Marzocco Linea PB espresso machine. A few gluten free/dairy free muffins that are delicious and juice flown in from juice press.
*Main Street by the breakers-The real star is the mini donuts they make fresh. Grab and go food inside a wonderful gift shop with too many items you cannot live without. A few tables outside but almost no seating.

Am I missing yours? Let me know of any new ones. Text me at 917-674-8404

Alexandra Greenawalt, former personal NYC stylist now well-cation home owner and host has two homes in North Palm Beach for rent. Coming to visit Palm Beach County with family and friends. Ask about availability at Salt + Sea Sanctuary a rare 3/2 pool home walking distance from Lakeside park beach or just launched Fairhaven a 3/2 home in the quiet village of North Palm Beach.