House of Per’La- Coffee Spot Review

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On a discreet block a short walk away from bustling Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, House of Per’La is delivering locally roasted coffee in a smart and sleek cafe. Visitors will find solace in this cozy and industrial styled coffee haven.

With University of Miami alumni running the company, it is no surprise that this local coffee shop is serving up great roasted coffee while maintaining the special flair that is the essence of Miami. With a small plates menu that includes sandwiches and pan de bono, this coffee spot is a great stop anytime throughout the day.

Upon entering the cafe, you’ll encounter a letter board styled menu with a full selection of coffees. Offerings include lattes, cappuccinos, cold brew, cortados and macchaitos. They also host a selection of specials including drink combos that will melt your coffee loving heart!

Barista Chris Manzenberger working hard behind the counter to handcraft the perfect cup of coffee. 

Need a little more caffeine to get you through the day? Looking to try more than just one type of coffee?

Drink combos at House of Per’La include:

  • Straight and Splash: Espresso and a macchiato
  • Spro & Go: Espresso and Cold Brew
  • Clever Shot: Espresso and a Pour Over Coffee to go

No matter what drink you choose, you’ll find yourself smiling after a friendly chat with a barista and a beautifully complex and calming cup of coffee.

Recommendations: Cold brew and a pan de bono. Looking for something sweet? Try the pan de bono with guava!

Book Pairing: Blink” by Malcom Gladwell

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