The cold-pressed juices at The Surfinista are 100% organic and about 20% of all other menu ingredients are organic as well. The granola, coconut milk, and peanut butter are organic; ask for more specifics about other ingredients. Typically they follow the Clean 15 & Dirty Dozen rule for the produce. Raw, vegan and gluten-free options are available.
They offer fruit bowls, salads, a small breakfast menu, bagels, wraps, sandwiches, cold-pressed juices, and smoothies. The Surfinista also has a few Grab & Go items available for purchase.
What I Ordered
We ordered Sunny Garcia cold-pressed juice, a Big Surf Acai Bowl, and a Biarritz Egg Soufflé sans the bread. The açaí was mid-quality but the taste of the bowl overall was good and the portion size was hefty while the juice was fresh, light and yummy. While not every ingredient was clean in the Egg Souffle, I did enjoy the fluffiness of the souffle and combo of fresh kale, sliced tomato, and Havarti cheese.
The coolest atmosphere in town! Being the wannabe surfer girl that I am, I absolutely love this place. A super fun space with TVs, booths, secluded rooms, and a bar. It’s an eclectic fun vibe with surfboards and surf decor everywhere.
The Surfinista is a great spot to pick up an organic juice or healthy treat for breakfast or lunch. They also have another cool space in Indialantic called Cafe Surfinista.