I stumbled upon this little gem on my way to the Barrio Italia. It's a beautiful space with plenty of natural light and wood. I had a good cappuccino and humita with very fresh tomatoes on the side. The owner was really nice and patient with my horrible Spanish. There are also handcrafted items for sale--silver jewelry, bags, etc. There didn't seem to be a formal menu, she just mentioned what she had. This may be a vegetarian place. It's a very welcoming place and quiet, good for a respite from the shopping in Italia, etc.