Green Street Cafe
Greenstreet Cafe
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Roxx LyneeRoxx Lynee
03:23 18 Oct 22
We picked this Cafe to dine and have dinner out of so many others in the grove because it had such a great ambiance. We ordered grilled lamb with mashed potatoes and the mushroom ravioli, it was really delicious. The server was super attentive and courteous. The prices were reasonable for the neighborhood, we will definitely go back.
Carelis EnriquezCarelis Enriquez
19:38 19 Jun 22
GreenStreet is a great place to make a brunch and enjoy with family, just as a tip to come without haste, because it is very frequenting and it is a long waiting list, but you will not regret. the service was great our waiter was Jorge, excellent he speaks English and Spanish, and he explains each dish, we tried multiple dishes, all dishes highlight the flavors. My congratulations to the chef.
Kel RuizKel Ruiz
21:19 26 Mar 22
Lots of things to say about this place. The atmosphere is very nice, months inside and outside, I particularly recommend eating outside, because while you enjoy you will have a nice view of the street and the vibe of the place. Very comfortable tables, everything very clean. The staff very nice and attentive. The menu is very practical, adradable, excellent prices. Our food was very very exquisite. Very rich coffee, excellent that they have beers without alcohol ??????. I don’t remember the name of the girl who attended us but all her service was incredible. The food arrived without delay. I recommend making a reservation, because you will have to wait about 20 minutes for your table, since the place is very busy. Excellent site, everything was incredible
Momo LebrunMomo Lebrun
15:57 27 Feb 22
The food was delicious and the drinks were better. Be prepared to wait if you are going in for brunch, but it is well worth the wait. I had the eggs Benedict and had zero complaints.As far as drinks go, you can not go wrong with the Paloma Frosé.I’d also like to thank Mathew for being such a great server.
Kirsten Keana BrogdonKirsten Keana Brogdon
22:00 09 Jan 22
Had to try Greenstreet since it came up as a staple of Coconut Grove. The food was delicious, especially their cinnamon roll pancakes. Never had anything like it before, we wondered why more places don’t serve up something like that! Their eggs with cheese, while a simple concept, were delicious. Also a big fan of their potatoes.As far as wait, we came on Christmas day when it was quite busy. They don’t take call ahead or reservation unfortunately but considering the holiday we didn’t wait long (25 minutes for 6 people). It was a nice atmosphere outside with perfect weather.Sadly our experience was dampened by the service. It was understandably busy; however, our server hardly came by to check on us. We had to try really hard to flag her down to ask for things although we saw her stop by neighboring tables frequently. A couple items also never came out despite us calling it to her attention. Then at the end while paying, we paid with card and chose no tip with the intention to it in pay cash. She had the bravery to ASK us if we wanted to leave a tip. Very unprofessional. Many people at that point probably would not have left a tip. However we still left a 15% tip in cash.

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More than a restaurant, Green Street is a gathering place for a confluence of cyclists, dog parents, families and people seeking a shady spot where to enjoy Miami’s sunny weather. The nicer the day, the longer the wait time, though the bar serves cocktails and food on a first-come, first-served basis. The view and experience are quintessential Miami— lots of well-dressed people lingering over breakfast fare and sipping mimosas along a busy sidewalk. People watching is superb and so is the variety of Bloody Marys.


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