Barnie’s CoffeeKitchen recently opened a location at the downtown Orlando CityArts Factory at the corner of Pine St. and Orange Ave. The Winter Park based Barnie’s was founded in 1980 and has in recent years begun a transformation – led by CEO Jonathon Smiga – from being just another coffee shop on the block to something really special, focused on community and the craft of coffee brews.
They are committed to supporting earth friendly and organic practices by offering a selection of Organic, Fair Trade and Rainforest Alliance coffees and even have a roaster in house at their Park Avenue location.
The coffee roaster at the Park Avenue location.
The most recent location is at
29 S. Orange ave.
Orlando, FL 32801
Monday – Friday
7:30am – 5:30pm
Open late for Third Thursday at CityArts
This Barnie’s CoffeeKitchen location has a more urban setting and a menu more conducive to takeout for eating outdoors or back at the office.
At its core, it shares the CoffeeKitchen values of crafted coffee drinks and farm to table foods. Espresso are hand-pulled off a La Marzocco Strada by seasoned baristas and each drink finished with a flourish of latte art.
A selection of high quality coffees microroasted at the Park Ave location, along with flavored favorites, are available by the cup using the Pour Over method, giving customers the epitome of custom hand-brewed coffee.
Coffee Art – Paintings made with Coffee by Artist Steven Minkel
The menu will offer locally sourced breakfast, lunch, and pastry options made from only the best ingredients. Pastries are baked fresh daily, bread is brought in from Olde Hearth Bread Co., and all salads and sandwiches are created by trained chefs. New dishes will be making their way into the space, such as a Caprese Panini, a Muffaletta, and European street savories such as salami or prosciutto ficelle sandwiches that are perfect to pair with a house-made soup or nutritious quinoa salad. For the morning crowd, add to your latte or micro-roast with a smoked salmon bagel, Breakfast Panini, or Energy Bowl – a frozen blend of Acai and other berries topped with bananas, Greek yogurt, and granola.
BARNIE’S COFFEEKITCHEN GRAND OPENING AT CITY ARTS FACTORY – GIVEAWAY PACKAGE CONTEST
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I’m excited to rad this. I really like their new concept and would love to see them succeed. I visited the Winter Park location a few months ago. Initially, I was thrown off by the coffee house-restaurant hybrid, but I think it could do well in the right locations.
Barnie’s Pumpkin Spice all the way!
My favorite Barnie’s coffee flavor is creme brulee!
Cinnamon Roll is my fav hands down
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Santa’s White Christmas by far! I love the same flavored syrup as well, it’s a great addition to a nice latte.
My favorite Barnie’s coffee is the pumpkin spice! You can never go wrong with pumpkin! NOM!!!
Pumpkin Spice is my favorite!