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“Great Store”

Primo Cafe & Market
Ranked #230 of 1,157 Restaurants in Miami Beach
Cuisines: Cafe
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was central to our air bnb - perfect location. Had everything you needed for a few nights, snacks, drinks, water, limes, lemons, blueberries, cups, toilet paper, etc. The cafe was super slow - they had no sense of urgency in making your order but it was very busy all the time and the prices were super reasonable in comparison to the rest of Miami. We went here every day for breakfast - coffees, croissants and bagels. They also had other foods, sandwhiches, pizza, empanadas, etc. Expect a long wait for food.They also have a cute patio to eat on but watch out for overhead birds, they like to sit at the top of the building and poop.

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1  Thank Angela A
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great corner store with a variety of goods including a kitchen serving breakfast, sandwiches, empanadas and baked goods. We were here for something every day of our vacation. Beverages, toiletries, beachwear, fresh fruit, snacks, etc. If they didn't have it, we probably didn't need it!

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2  Thank Kannde430
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Stopped in for breakfast - noticed a lot of locals which is always a good sign. Massive croissant egg sandwich - imagine a croissant the size of a small pizza, stuffed with an omelet. I wish I’d seen other reviews to share the sandwich bc I bought two and most is being tossed. Just way too much, but, great prices. The croissant was greasy, bready and not flaky - hard to call it a croissant actually. Omelet inside was over cooked. Not a great breakfast sandwich. The staff was very keen on flirting with the local construction workers; not very friendly otherwise. The ordering and checkout lines were long. Overall: MEH. Only gave it 3 stars because the prices are good. I’ll also say the pastries looked good but I didn’t get any.

Thank SMa1983
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Reviewed March 11, 2018 via mobile

This is a little market in Mid Beach conveniently located next to our hotel. It is a great spot that has a little bit of everything, part convenience store, cafe, and gift shop. The cafe serves baked goods and sandwiches. I agree with other reviewers that the ordering system is confusing. You have to order at the counter. They write it down on a ticket and then you take it to the cash register up front to pay. You take your receipt back to the food cafe area to pick up your food. They don’t give numbers or take names. They just remember faces or you have to remember your order when they call it. When it’s busy there are a lot of people just milling about looking confused. I got a chocolate custard type pastry which was pretty good. But nothing beats the Pan de Bono- they are a must try!!!!!

Thank Troualy
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Reviewed March 7, 2018

great cafe across the street from the Confidante Hotel. Love the coffee and egg sandwiches on a croissant.

Thank Jane P
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