This place is fabulously delicious omg!! You must have there homemade clam chowder it’s delicious 😋
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I have been here twice, and I really like this quaint place to have breakfast. I do not like sitting by the windows close to the cash register, because people have to wait in line to pay their bill, so they are standing right beside...More
Quiet unassuming little place, with a somewhat limited, but truly exceptionally prepared menu. Reasonably priced, with an unexpectedly full assortment of coffees and blends. Quite a treat!
We are staying in Matlacha and have had breakfast in this fabulous place most days, I say breakfast, but it's kept us going until the evening, everything is tasty and loads to eat, from a breakfast bagel to steak and eggs, omelets, and of courses...More
Not only did they have excellent coffee to start your day, but I stopped back in for a cuban sandwich at lunch. OMG! That was amazing! The place is quaint, everyone is friendly and you will see the staff out supporting their other local shops...More
I've loved everything I've ordered to eat or drink at The Perfect Cup (try the Iced Chai)! Great place to take friends for brunch or just stop for coffee on your way to work. Only complaints are occasionally slow/disorganized service and happenings where I showed...More
Creative food options, fresh and filled with veggies and fruit or meat depending on what you like. Nice and local but many taste bud pleasers on this menu. Breakfast and brunch are my favorite.
Friends of ours have raved about Perfect Cup, so on our first day back for Labor Day weekend (Saturday), we decided to head over to Pine Island, and stop here for a late breakfast. Husband had pancakes, eggs, and bacon-said they were good; I had...More
We stopped at Perfect Cup on our way back from a week long trip out to North Captiva Island. The name definitely delivers - best cup of coffee we have had in a long time. One of the servers took the time to tell us...More
Love this place. A local recommended it to us when we were in town about five years ago and we come here every time we visit southern Florida - even though we stay over an hour away on Captiva. The coffee is imported from Fiji...More