The Seed Cafe Is A Hit In Boca

By VICTORIA DE LA CRUZ
Staff Writer

The Seed is a coffee shop and juice bar located at 199 W Palmetto Park Rd., here in Boca.

It all started as a dream for two friends who shared a passion for coffee and juice. After a common interest was sparked, they joined forces and created a limited liability company (LLC) that led to the creation of A Squeeze and Drip Company, which handles

The Seed. The Seed is characterized by being local, raw and cold-pressed. They are also passionate health enthusiasts as they think that every body as every juice is different. The products The Seed sells are fresh and comforting. One of the most appealing things about The Seed is its location; it is located close to Mizner Park and as soon as you enter you are inserted into another atmosphere.
The layout of The Seed is similar to the Los Angeles style with wooden tables, many books, plants and a casual vibe. One can see students, office people and even police men getting their coffee, juice or pastry fix in.

“One of my favorite drinks to get at The Seed is the Chai Latte,” said Atibel Alvarez, senior. “I usually get it with a delicious pastry and it just makes my afternoon much better.”

The pastries are certainly one of the student favorites since they have a lot of variety. Their most popular pastries though are the donuts with different topping, which are served exclusively during the weekend. The Seed is a great place to have breakfast at
whether you are going with company or alone.

“I go to The Seed all the time,” said Lauren Friedman, junior. “I enjoy the usual cup of coffee, but one of my favorite things to get are the donuts. They have so many flavors like
S’mores, Key Lime, Double Chocolate, French Toast, Fruity Pebbles and many more.”

The Seed is a very unusual and unique place. It is also very unpredictable and a great location to get not just a drink, an experience. There has been buzz in the social media world because of The Seeds’ famous donuts and acai bowls.

“I have been wanting to go to The Seed for a while now,” said Carolina Abello, senior. “I heard their Acai Bowls are amazing and I am a big fan of them.”

Whether one is into coffee or not, The Seed is a great place. There is an extremely cool and calm environment with quality products.

Victoria De La Cruz

Victoria De La Cruz is a senior majoring in advertising and public relations, with a minor in multimedia journalism. De La Cruz considers writing and fashion to be her greatest passions. She has her own blog, Sartorial Dreams. In the near future, De la Cruz dreams of working full time with her blog and eventually developing her own fashion brand.

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