This place occupies part of a large building that used to be a famous mega-cafeteria (Jonathan Byrd's). The other part of the building is now occupied by a church, but other than a connecting door there is no obvious link between the two. The decor is comfortable, with brick walls, a polished concrete floor and heavy metal chairs, some of which are flanked by gas fireplace stoves which were vert cozy on a chilly early-Spring day. The coffee was very good, strong but not acidic, and prices compared favorably to Starbuck's. On Saturdays and Sundays they have an omelet station, and my wife and I each had one with cheese, onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, and ham. They were perfectly cooked and delicious! Service was a little slow, but the barista apologized, saying they had to grind a new batch of beans. All in all, it was a very pleasant experience, and we'll go back for sure.
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