A wonderful breakfast cooked to order with everything you want! The coffee was fabulous and bakery items were delicious
I have a problem with Phil C's review of the Brew Ha Ha "The Only Espresso In Town". At the end of his review he states... "A touch of suburban Melbourne in downtown Hicksville (sorry, North Adams)". I have reported this to you as inappropriate content but you have done nothing about it. I would like to know how this... More
At last a cafe where there was good hot chocolate - not too sweet and not watery. In addition they had a small option (8oz) which is just the right size. However partner reported coffee was not so good - quite weak and not very tasty. Good point is that (unlike rest of the town!) it was open before 11am
Steps away from MOCA, this funky little place serves what the staff at Public says is the only espresso coffee in town. I returned after my MOCA visit for a snack and had the awesomely good hot ham wrap (which, bizarrely, comes with a packet of corn chips). The system is odd for the US, in as much as you... More
This cafe has the potential to be that funky little place you love to retreat to. It's got a vast, eclectic selection of many eating and drinking products, and it looks and feels kind of fun. But the day we were there the staff were barely cordial and my mocha tasted blah. Hope it was just an off-day for them.
Was visiting recently and saw the good reviews so decided to stop in. I was left waiting at the counter to order for way too long..place was half empty and seemed to have more than enough employees, I couldn't understand why? One may say impatience but at least acknowledge a customer waiting. I was ignored so i left.
We popped into Brewhaha after reading a few positive Yelp reviews... and yummy yummy! Happy we did! The service was pretty bonky... no one could definitively tell us if we were supposed to order at the counter or from the tables (answer: from the counter) and it had a noisy atmosphere and a hippie vibe, but the food was GREAT!!!... More
Not overly impressed. We walked over from a local hotel with another couple for breakfast. The sign on the door stated they were short staffed so please expect a long wait – not a good way to start. The place is a tiny shop with only 3-4 small tables and about 8 seats at a counter by the window –... More
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