Discover the best places to enjoy a coffee or a hot drink in Antibes.
- La Torref de Fersen
La Torref de Fersen is tucked away on a small side street around the corner from the popular Rue James Close shopping street. Here, owner Franck roasts and grinds fresh beans daily for beautifully-blended cups of coffee. Drop by to see and smell this fantastic experience – and then taste it. This avant-garde shop stocks some of the best coffee in the world with delicacies from Rwanda, Ethiopia and Brazil, Costa Rica, as well as host of other countries. Curious about coffee brewing or latte art? La Torref also organises workshop sessions upon request.
- Merry Mary
Patrice opened his 100% organic, vegan and gluten free coffe shop in 2019 and has already gained popularity among locals. The atmosphere of the coffee shop Merry Mary is cosy and we advise visitors to book before coming for teatime. Guests can enjoy a smoothie, eat pain perdu or a “supreme raw” made of pear and chocolate on the terrace during breakfast or lunch. Try specialties like the buddha bowl or savoury pancakes with salmon, cottage cheese, poached egg and avocado.
- Fleur de Thé
Fleur de Thé has a cosy and warm atmosphere for breakfast, lunch or for a break during the day. Patrons can enjoy one of the 25 teas on offer accompanied by delicious macaroons prepared by Bruno Laffargue. Fleur de Thé also prepares homemade savoury tarts and salads
- Choopy’s Cupcakes & Coffee
Choopy’s is a gluten-free coffee shop that also offers a wide selection of vegan sandwiches, vegan salads and cakes (such carrot cake and vegan brownie). It is definitely the place to visit in the old town for cupcake fans. Their pancake served with maple syrup is also simply the best in town. The eggs benedict is prepared with fresh, organic eggs.
The venue is very popular for brunch so we recommend reserving a table. Choopy’s also recently opened a takeaway shop called “All Things Good” on Rue de la République in 2018.
- Nomads Coffee
After operating a very successful coffee shop in Vienna, Evelyn decided to open her own coffee shop here in Antibes in 2019 near the Marché Provençal. The atmosphere is minimalist and cosy with seven wooden tables and benches. You can sip a traditional espresso, a flat white or savour a filtered coffee from Ethiopia or Colombia brewed using a V60 pour-over pot. You can accompany your coffee with a homemade brownie, cheesecake, pie or a croissant if you are a little hungry. The Nomads’ coffee shop also sells coffee beans and ground coffee to brew your own coffee at home. We feel Nomads will become one of the favourite spots in town for coffee lovers.