Bebito’s is a cafe just off Alton Road with a ton of seating, some good coffee, and a small menu of mostly Cuban breakfast items. It’s a really solid spot to take a coffee meeting since it’s quieter than 99 percent of the other coffee shops in South Beach and there’s secluded seating upstairs where you can have a relatively private chat.
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