Coffee Point was the first place in Rocky Point where you could get Lattes, Cappuccinos, and all things ‘barista’. Many think it is still the best. It offers a cozy coffee shop vibe with comfy chairs, in-house bakery, outdoor patio, and a great breakfast restaurant upstairs called LaBelle.
Among the Rocky Point Mexico morning spots, Coffee Point stands out by offering its own brand of real house-roasted beans all the way from Veracruz. With three locations, this is a prime spot for getting an authentic Java fix when you travel to Rocky Point.
The main location is on the towns main road, Benito Juarez. Coffee Point offers a comfy place to sit in a big, overstuffed chair while watching the world go by outside the window.
Must Try Menu Items
A glass case full of exquisite looking deserts greets you as you enter Coffee Point. You can order a full cake, but the ones in the case are individuals. Just right to share over a Latte. Choices include Carrot cake, a banana pie topped with whipped cream, individual sweet corn breads, black velvet cake and many others.
Along with the expected coffee drinks pulled from the espresso machine like Cappuccinos, Lattes, and Macchiatos. Coffee Point prides itself on presenting more singular types of coffee like slow brew cold coffee, pour-over filtered coffee, as well as Chai and matcha teas.
Upstairs is Labelle Restaurant. This popular little spot serves up breakfast items until 1pm. One especially good menu item is the Torta Espaniola. This open faced omelette has thin sliced potatoes in the eggs, and is toped with a a creamy chili rajas, or strips of poblano chilis with corn.
The Monte Cristo is a unique breakfast sandwich. Inside, ham and scrambled eggs are combined with cheese, and some strawberry preserves. Then, they dip the sandwich in batter and cook it on the grill, like French Toast.
Coffee Point Whole Bean Coffee
Good news! You can enjoy a cup of their specialty coffee right from the comfort and privacy of your beachfront rental. Along with everything else, Coffee Point roasts its own coffee. Their coffee brand is called Tridente, and you can buy it buy the bag as whole beans, or they will grind it to your liking. The variety of coffee varies, but is always a single variety from higher altitude in Veracruz or Chiapas. Both of which are known to produce the best of Mexicos typically mild and slightly acidic coffees that present best as medium roast.
- Staff is very friendly and there is always someone who speaks English.