I spend a lot of time in coffee shops. I mean, A LOT! Being a digital nomad, means I spend a lot of time behind the computer. It can be a very isolated world, so my way of being “social” is changing up my scenery, moving beyond the four walls of my apartment and setting up shop in a cute coffee shop. It’s the perfect way to be around people, but not necessarily have to interact with them. I’m sure my fellow introverts can fully understand and appreciate this. With so much of my time being spent at the “office”, aka coffee shop, it was only fitting that I wrote a post on the best coffee shops in Mérida for the digital nomad. Here are some of my favorites!
Other things I love. The music. Awesome playlist creating a chill and relaxing vibe. The temperature was also PERFECT! I spend a lot of time in coffee shops and I am ALWAYS cold. So, if it’s one thing I hate, it’s planning to spend the day at the café and freezing my buns off to the point where all I can think about is how cold I am.
Centro, 97000 Mérida, Yuc.
Centro, 97000 Centro, Yuc.
Sun-Mon 7am-11pm (they stop serving at 10pm)
I love this cute café in Mérida. It sits next door to the Slow Food Market and a delicious Vietnamese Restaurant, Pho MX. It’s not a terribly big place, but there’s plenty of space to meet up with a group of friends for a co-working sesh. Also, their coffee is delish! My fave and forever go to is a caramel cappuccino and they have perfected it! There’s huge windows, so lots of sunlight spills in, making it the perfect place for getting work done. They also double as a small gallery where you can buy art pieces and other artisanal things.
Av. Colon 363J, García Ginerés, 97070
Have anymore coffee shops to add to this list? Leave me a comment below!
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