Excited to have learned of a new coffee spot in Norman that also serves small bites and lunch, I visited with my S/O this afternoon to work remotely and enjoy some food and drink in a pleasant atmosphere. The experience was a bit strange from the moment we entered. There was a foul smell in the air, an odd organization to the space (no readily identifiable path leading towards the counter), and the young woman who took our order had a very strange affect (no welcome greeting, quickly walked away from the counter before payment was complete). Without exaggeration, my soy mocha tasted like a used Keurig cup had been re-pulled into a (meant to be quirky?) vintage mug and mixed with powdered chocolate and milk. Watery and in no way up to par with the artisanal, craft coffee beverages available at Norman staples like Gray Owl or Crimson and Whipped Cream. The curried chickpeas dish we ordered was not bad, which is unfortunately the best thing that can be said about it, although the pitas were served buttered(?). I doubt I will be returning to this odd little spot on Main Street. Overall, not a great experience.
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