This coffee and wine bar sounds like a really cool idea - a place that serves coffee, wine, beer, cheese, and baked goods right in my hometown. It's the kind of place that I would have loved when I was 21, single, and had something to prove. Now, with my toddler in tow, it was a lot like walking into a trendy cocktail lounge in Philadelphia with your kid. Cool, unexpected art fills the walls, ambient house music fills the air, and you'll find a bare concrete floor. It's like an exclusive, underground club in sunny Florida. The seating is really swanky and comfy, though, and the coffee tastes great (even though the foam on my cappuccino looked like bubble bath, and not smooth and creamy). I didn't get any booze, but the wine and beer list looked really interesting. But if you're loud and energetic like my family is, you might feel out of place. The patrons around us that night were quiet as if they were in a library. The toast and almond butter that I ordered to nosh on tasted a lot like how it felt in there - local, elitist, super hip.
Oh, and when we asked about for more details about the "pet friendly" listing on their menu, the staff only told us that occasionally, once in while, DOS might put a table outside where one might sit with a dog. They also explained that they would allow people to tie up dogs outside. Well, I would never tie a dog up for any real length of time just so I can have a latte, but if I were to, I'm pretty sure that I can do that at McDonald's on state road 207, too, so I'm not sure what "pet friendly" means to this restaurant.
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