The coffeehouse is relatively new for Salem. The cafe is in an open area of an office building, it feels like its in the Foyer. The walls are all glass so the view is very good on three sides. The cafe is run by a local church that likely owns the building. Prices for coffee are good, tables are odd for a coffeehouse, many are very tall. Some regular tables, some seating along the wall, a few outdoor tables, and a few couches. nothing "brings it all together" and it feel like you are sitting in the hall of an office building. There are few or no plugs for the laptop crowd. They do have WIFI. Parking is free in the back lot. I have visited on on occasion and tried to get comfortable and have never been able to settle down and work here. Its a coffee house for people who have a short meeting and for those taking a short break.
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