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When we arrived at Frenchtown in late afternoon of Mother's Day weekend, we decided to get a cup of coffee and stroll along the lovely shops of this beautiful quaint town. And what an experience it was to have coffee from this "sweet" coffee place!!...One of the best places to indulge in coffee for a coffee connoisseur!! When in Frenchtown, go visit, "What's brewing at Maria's..." and you will taste the answer. Cheers!!More
Great small-town coffee shop with scrumptious desserts and ice cream. Prices are not bad either, especially for the area. Not many tables inside, but if you get a chance to hang out, make the most of the cute atmosphere.
My wife & I absolutely love this little cozy coffee shop. The coffee is always fresh & the cookies & pastries are too. We love to sit & enjoy our coffee & desert looking out the window at Bridge Street. Overall, this is just a...nice little coffee house with a very friendly staff.More
First time in for a quick cup after dinner. The coffee was not strong, not weak, but justttttt right. They have options for us non-milk drinkers too! I really wanted a Danish, but couldn't manage to eat another bite, I just enjoyed my apple cider...and the view. It's pretty small, I'd imagine you'd have to get there early for a prime seat near the window. But it is full of Magazines, little trinkets and games. Nice place to spend some quiet timeMore
Coffee is a popular drink in Frenchtown as proven by the number of spots to fill up your cup. What's Brewing at Maria's offers a nice variety of beverages including lattes, cappuchino, and tea in addition to coffee. I wanted something just a little different...from my usual black coffee so tried a coconut flavored premade brew. Not recommended! The taste was very "chemical" - I've actually enjoyed coconut flavored coffee from other cafes but this was just nasty. The staff isn't rude but don't seem motivated to make customers feel welcome. I plan to pass by Maria's and check out one of the other places.More
Maria pulls a mean double expresso, or try the creamy delicious vanilla chai. Variety of drip coffees brewed well (no dishwater here). I try to resist but the baked goods are too yummy to pass up - hamentashen, canoli, rugelach, etc. Try the lox on...a bagel, served with ripe tomato, red onion, and cream cheese. Definitely a 'local' place where folks bring their own mugs, but also serves cyclists and other visitors. There are two tables with umbrellas outside where you can relax and watch the comings and goings of this charming river town.More