Paradeco Coffee opens at St. Pete’s Plaza Tower

A small taste of paradise in DTSP.

click to enlarge Paradeco Coffee Roasters at at 111 2nd Ave. NE in St. Petersburg, Florida. - paradecocoffee/Facebook
Paradeco Coffee Roasters at at 111 2nd Ave. NE in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Need a quick jolt of caffeine during a marathon shopping spree in Downtown St. Pete? Paradeco Coffee has you covered.

The coffee shop sells hot and cold beverages from a variety of espressos and teas to smoothies. Not thirsty? Chia pudding, bowls, and sandwiches are available too. 

Guests will find the interior decor IG-worthy with the mixture of tropical colors like salmon pink, teal, orange and white in an Art Deco aesthetic. The cutest island leaf motifs are on each coffee cup and seating area.

A soft opening event occurred Saturday where guests met the Paradeco Coffee team and enjoyed the menu lineup. A grand opening announcement is TBA at the moment. 

Find Paradeco Coffee at the bottom floor of the Plaza Tower & Courtyard Shops at 111 2nd Ave. NE near the Asian fusion restaurant Sab Cafe. Its soft open hours are 8 a.m.-2 p.m. daily.

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