Double O’s Coffee building out drive-thru shop in downtown Orlando

Another coffee spot is rapidly building out a new drive-thru location in downtown Orlando.

Double O’s will join a growing list of cafes in the heart of the city, building out a new location at 106 E Colonial Drive.

The new cafe will be the first to offer drive-thru services and is situated at the eastern end of the the My Neighborhood Storage Center. According to its Google listing, the business plans to open its doors on October 1.

Double O's Coffee in downtown Orlando
Double O’s is currently under buildout at 106 E Colonial Drive

Double O’s features a large variety of hot and cold coffee variations, as well as multiple other types of drinks, including chillers and teas.

The cafe joins several others that call downtown Orlando home, including Deeply, Credo, and Craft and Common, which was recently named by Yelp as one of the top 100 restaurants in Florida.

That list also includes multiple newcomers like Stemma Craft Coffee, which plans to open its new cafe at 328 N Orange Avenue on October 3.

The company, which was founded by father and son Kurt and Colby O’Brien, has three locations planned for the area, according to its website.

For more information leading up to the opening of this and other restaurants, check back on Orlando-News.com, or sign up for our email newsletter.

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