You’ll sing the praises of Puerto Rico's rich coffee at this spot on Plaza Colon, with its open double doors, high wooden ceilings, tiled floors, and walls adorned by prints by Rafael Tufino. The cooked food is notable, too, thanks to its self-titled “market kitchen” which uses mostly local produce. Among the tasty breakfast and lunch offerings are coconut French toast, scrambled eggs with pico de gallo and avocado to sweet potato crêpe with cheese and chicken sausage. As for the baked goods and sandwiches, they’re not quite up to the level of the breakfasts. The barristers here, though are true artists though they do take their time. The outside tables are a great spot to people watch when you are not in a hurry.