I was surprised and impressed by this coffeeshop. The drip coffee was fresh and the espresso drinks were well made. One side of the shop is totally devoted to computers with (I think) free Internet. However, I was more interested in the bookshelves lined with books people can take and exchange from their own collection.
I live right across the street and have spent countless hours at this place. The service is always consistently good, and though the place gets packed, they always keep a smile on their face. One time, I was crying to my roommates about something, and one of the baristas brought out my favorite drink!!! love them!
The few times I've actually waited in line for my coffee have still been pleasant, there's always something interesting to stare at on the walls, local artist promos and such. The CHAI LATTE is amazing, i get it with soy milk. YUM! They can make it a ton of different ways, my friend once purchased it completely sugarless. I thought it was aweful, i love sugar. He still raves about it
I guess it's time to update.
This coffee bar went bankrupt. The location has been revived by a couple of fellas who named it FLUID coffee.
The coffee is ok. They seem to put more emphasis on latte art rather than what it tastes like.
Hope they are around to work out the kinks.
I just adore this little place. I drop in every afternoon for my midday perk and a wally biscotti. I look forward to seeing the friendly faces.
Pros: coffee, friendly service, wally biscotti
I am suprised to see that no one has commented on this business. In my personal experience, having travelled quite frequently, it is very hard to find a decent cup of coffee. It's even harder to find someplace to set up and conduct business while having to talk over chatty patrons who've obviously been born and raised 'Starbucks'. This coffee shop is a fine blend of good coffee, laid back atmosphere and wireless ready.
Pros: good coffee