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Ranked as being in the top 50 of all coffee houses in America by a national publication about a year ago. 318 is located in one of Geneva's older, historic homes, and it feels more like a home than a store.
Stopped in here on a Sunday morning for tea while wandering around Swedish Days. It was very busy and looks like a fun local coffee shop with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating. Plenty of decaf/herbal tea options for me, so I was happy!
I love butter in my coffee and they have butter so I was able to get the coffee the way I love it. The barista wasn’t very talkative but the rest of the staff were great. Coffee was excellent. Sat outside to enjoy it.
We popped in here for some gelato but left pretty quickly. The main flavors were lavender and apricot, there were other flavors but the bins were empty or almost empty. We ended up going down the street to Graham’s for ice cream.
I am so happy that we went to Grahams for a girls day. My daughters and their friend were overjoyed that I bought the fondue. We had great service and the fondue was ridiculously yummy. The staff has always been so kind and overly helpful...More
I’ve been coming here for years and considerate it a home away from home. I love to come here on a Friday evenings or Saturdays to just chill out. Most of the time I get my favorite tea latte...The Old Standby. Love this comforting cup...More
Why is there always at least one member of the staff fooling with their phone.?Today one girl not only stood in the back texting or whatever but then came to the counter to share her findings with the other staff. She then turned and walked...More
Nice place to go for dessert, specialty coffees or chocolate fondue. Social and lively spot for adults and older children. Nice patio out front to relax and spend time with friends. Cozy, unique homey atmosphere is a nice change from the corporate coffee-boxes.