I generally do not particularly care for the upscale, yuppie-fied atmosphere of most coffee houses. But this one seemed down to earth with a relaxed atmosphere that was very inviting.
My friends and I had a late breakfast here (or maybe I should say really early lunch). I wanted something a bit more substantial than pastry, so had a hot dog! Yep, a kosher frank baked in bread, and it was delicious. The bread was fresh baked and soft and although I realize this sounds like a rather weird breakfast I quite enjoyed it :-)
As with most coffee houses, you order at the counter and either get your food right then or wait a bit for something to be heated, and then go up and get it. All cutlery and condiments are self serve as is water. The counter help was friendly, attentive and didn't mind answering questions about ingredients.
The cafe was pleasant and sparkling clean. They keep the big burlap bags of various kinds of coffee beans on an open shelf and it adds a great decorating touch.
For dessert, I tried a cranberry/oatmeal/white chocolate cookie ... mmmm they were excellent.
I'm not surprised this place is very popular with the locals!
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