Craft and Common

Orlando, your favorite coffee shop, Craft & Common, is now serving food and drinks!

Craft & Common has become an instant favorite for locals, and it has become a must have stop for tourists visiting downtown Orlando. Their menu has been revamped with an assortment of tasty items and treats like truffled popcorn, smoked salmon toast, and a cheese sampler, just to name a few. They have added new drinks, but they still have their specialty coffees like their painkiller.  The painkiller is a cold brew float with vanilla ice cream, cream of coconut, orange and nutmeg 🤤  If you’re a foodie like me and enjoy reading menus, check out their full menu here.

Let’s talk about the feels. I love the vibe, and the interior design is straight out of an Instagram Top Ten Cafe list. It’s bright, spacious and filled with succulents and potted plants defying gravity as they hang off walls and breathe some fresh 02 into your ozone. You can sip your coffee and get a shot of creativity amidst warm lights and decor that’s sure to make you more productive too. Before you get lost in the pics, share your favorite coffee shop(s) in the comments below.

interior of craft and common coffee shop
Interior of Craft and Common. Photo credit: David C. on Yelp

Hot latte with homemade whipped cream on top. Photo credit: @cafe.corgiii

Pistachio cake with strawberry rose jam filling topped with organic rosewater frosting. Photo credit: Craft and Common
Photo credit: @CraftandCommon
Wild child latte. Photo credit: HarmonyLynnPhotography
craft and common chairs interior
Photo credit: @SalmasPalette
burrata + prosciutto caprese with heirloom tomatoes, kalamata olives, micro arugula, and balsamic. Photo credit: Craft & Common
coffee with coconut cream nutmeg and orange
The Painkiller Photo credit: Craft & Common
salma with narumi in craft and common coffee shop orlando florida

Directions and parking

Craft & Common is located at 47 E Robinson St 100, Orlando, Florida 32801

Parking

Parking in any downtown area can be a real struggle, but there is metered and free parking behind Craft and Common. The lots WITHOUT the numbers are free. The spots WITH numbers are metered parking.

Photo credit: Craft and Common Instagram highlights

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