I had a caramel latte and it was good. We also samples their other coffees and took some home. The inside has a cute seating area
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A poorly run coffee house no professional management in charge, which is a great shame at the coffee is great...! When after queuing I was served by a young girl, I ordered 2 house coffees $2.25 each I was asked would I like room in...More
The place is very nice, great for hanging out. Perhaps it was my fault for ordering americano with one shot, but come on! It looked like someone poured warm water over a tea bag (color wise) and it tasted like some coffee-infusion, not a cup...More
We were staying locally so my husband would grab us a coffee each morning. The coffee was one of the better coffees I have had in the states. Definitely a better option than a Starbucks.
This is such a great place to settle in to work/study/read. It's big with plenty of great seating, but the upstairs balcony is the best with it's comfy chairs and library wall filled with vintage books for you to grab and read with your drink!
Fantastic coffee in a really lovely setting. Interior mimics a lodge-type feel complete with fireplace. Great dark roast (Black Butte Gold) and very friendly baristas. As with most coffee shops in winter, good luck finding a seat.
Just dropped by for a cup of coffee, and love their coffee a lot. I didn't expect any special quality though. But it turned out a great choice! I will definitely go back there for another coffee break :)
Out for some exercise and decided a latte and conversation stop was in order. Neat, nicely appointed and the library seating upstairs made for an ideal spot for chatting and people watching. Lattes were excellent and there was no pressure to move along - we...More
You will enjoy the coffee and treats ( especially the blueberry scones!) as you settle in with a book of your own or choose from one of the nearly 500 on shelves in the lofted second floor. You can sit at a hand hewn table...More