Java's Cafe

★★★★★
  • 16 Gibbs St

    Rochester, NY 14604

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  • 585-232-4820

About Java's Cafe

Hours
Sat: 7:30am-1am, Sun: 7:30am-12am, Mon-Thu: 7am-12am, Fri: 7am-1am

Food

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Java's is the place to be at for hanging out with friends and enjoying coffee or their delicious chai tea! I have gone to Java's numerous times now to try several of their different drinks and food. Every time I have a great drink and cookie or canole. The Kinky Reggae and Chai Tea are my favorites. I had a couple oatmeal raisin cookies last time and they were scrumptious.

Its hard to be bored in Javas too. There is artwork everywhere and all sorts of stuff on the walls and hanging from the ceiling.

Javas is definitely a place I would bring friends to hang out and get some drinks.

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★★★★★

Java's is the place to be at for hanging out with friends and enjoying coffee or their delicious chai tea! I have gone to Java's numerous times now to try several of their different drinks and food. Every time I have a great drink and cookie or canole. The Kinky Reggae and Chai Tea are my favorites. I had a couple oatmeal raisin cookies last time and they were scrumptious.

Its hard to be bored in Javas too. There is artwork everywhere and all sorts of stuff on the walls and hanging from the ceiling.

Javas is definitely a place I would bring friends to hang out and get some drinks.

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I adore this place. The coffee is always delicious, the cookies and choclate mousse are tasty, and it's a great place to people-watch.

An added bonus is the location- right across the street from the Eastman School of Music. Very often, there will be free entertainment performed by some of the most talented young musicians in the world

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★★★★★

I adore this place. The coffee is always delicious, the cookies and choclate mousse are tasty, and it's a great place to people-watch.

An added bonus is the location- right across the street from the Eastman School of Music. Very often, there will be free entertainment performed by some of the most talented young musicians in the world

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Java's has, for about 10 years now, been my favorite coffeeshop, and I moved to New York City last year. There is nothing here that comes close. From the amazing pieces of art covering the walls, to the high quality of the coffee imported by Java Joe himself (although he's no longer the owner), to 19th century american furniture you'll find here and there, Java's is the everything you could want out of a coffeeshop. Get a cup of coffee and read a book all afternoon listening to Eastmen jazz or eclectic rock, or return in the evening for live music or open mic. My only complaint is that they still don't have WiFi. Come on, get with the 21st century.

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★★★★★

Java's has, for about 10 years now, been my favorite coffeeshop, and I moved to New York City last year. There is nothing here that comes close. From the amazing pieces of art covering the walls, to the high quality of the coffee imported by Java Joe himself (although he's no longer the owner), to 19th century american furniture you'll find here and there, Java's is the everything you could want out of a coffeeshop. Get a cup of coffee and read a book all afternoon listening to Eastmen jazz or eclectic rock, or return in the evening for live music or open mic. My only complaint is that they still don't have WiFi. Come on, get with the 21st century.

 

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