5 gas stations with the best eats and drinks Miami

Chevron - Europa Coffee House

6075 Biscayne Blvd
MiMo District/Upper East Side
+1 305 754 2357

An elegantly appointed convenience store, this easily accessible spot provides European-style baguette and croissant sandwiches, pastries and cakes, and coffee drinks. Relax with a tasty, no-fuss lunch or dinner while your vehicle is detailed at the car wash.

Westar - Mima's Kitchen

2190 SW 22nd St
Coral Way
+1 305 860 5888
mimaskitchen.net

Known for the pan con bistec (steak sandwich) and fresh Cuban bread, Mima’s is a satisfying slice of Cuba. Breakfast combos, Saturday lunch specials and live Latin music on Fridays from 4 to 7 pm make it even more tempting to stop in and fill up on classic island dishes.

Mobil - Mendez Fuel

3201 Coral Way
+1 305 443 2976
fueljuicemiami.com

‘Fuel Premium Grade Juices’ are coldpressed here and bottled. Like a road trip to the Keys, they’re good for about 72 hours. You can also fill up growlers with craft beer, and the ‘Good Morning Vietnam’ and ‘My Mother (Supa Cuban)’ sandwiches are pretty awesome, too.

Texaco - Milk gone nuts

1840 Alton Rd
South Beach 
+1 305 535 5000
milkgonenuts.com

Look into the Texaco station and find this surprising – and surprisingly delicious – enterprise. The almond, cashew or coconut milks, all dairy free, can be flavored with fruits, homemade peanut butter or cacao. They bottle in glass, too, instead of plastic (5 dollars deposit).

BP Station - El Carajo Wine Store Tapas Bakery Café

2465 SW 17th Ave
Coconut Grove
+1 305 856 2424
el-carajo.com

On the outside, it could be any other convenience store. Inside, a whole other world exists – literally. The wine store features more than 2000 global labels The restaurant offers everything from fried sardines to grilled skirt steak with chimichurri. The bakery supplies macarons and cortaditos. And it’s all open 24/7.

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