A nice independent coffee shop with great coffee! The most important part of any coffee shop should be how the coffee tastes and Para Coffee knows how to brew a cup.
Coffee shops are hard to find in this part of the world. This was a welcome find! The service was not super friendly but the place had a good vibe and good coffee. We were glad ti find it tucked away in the alley!
This place was just down from where we parked. We noticed the outside as it had a somewhat primitive, old-home look. The interior was equally simple but relaxing. The service was good and timely and the prices were reasonable. I got a coffee and my daughter got an ice mocha. We also got a homemade cookie to share. We sat... More
Not a lot to say but it's all good. Swung by briefly to do some work with the wi-fi and have a coffee. A soy latte, which, I must say, was the best! The soy milk thankfully wasn't Starbucks sweet, perhaps because coffee was the predominant taste. And that taste was excellent. Rich roast, but not bitter. Artfully made. Nice... More
Para was closed when we visited but the owner was there, opened up, and made all four of us an excellent cup of coffee.This was service beyond our expectations. The coffee has great flavor and for Australians information, they make a flat white. Highly recommended for great coffee near to the University of Virginia.
Locally roasted coffee means it's super fresh. Experienced baristas mean you get a perfect cup of coffee or a beautiful latte with ideal foam. Delicious pastries from local shops! They've also got music nights and a poetry contest
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