When you walk in, the first thing you see is a beautiful red, white and black mural straight ahead. The gallery wall features photographs by Marcin Szczepanski from his time in the Pantanal. The gallery changes every month or so, featuring different artists. The coffee is great, I had an excellent latte (they also have quite a few milk substitutes if you are looking for something dairy free). The latte didn't have any fancy milk art but it was one of the best tasting lattes I have ever had. They had a large selection of delicious looking pastries, cookies, and baked good. I had a chocolate almond croissant which was SO good. They also offer a selection of unique paninis, made fresh to order. I had the greek, without chicken, which was also very delicious. They also offer different types of burek, which I will be back to try. Staff was very friendly, and there is a very spacious patio space to sit and enjoy your beverage and food, decorated with lots of cool planters, I can't wait for the summer to see what blooms. Overall, this is a really cool place with a lot of cool art, along with a super chill vibe, perfect for studying, working, or just relaxing.
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