Citysearch Editorial Review. A welcome alternative to the high-falutin' coffee shops and eateries that dot the southwest side. From the folksy art on the walls to the hilariously antiquated computer kiosks, everything about the place is earnest and zero-pretense. The rotating lineup of sandwiches, soups and locally baked pastries is nothing to swoon over, but at least it’s all put together right in front of your eyes by a friendly human being who, given repeat visits, might address you by name. Oh, and fortunately, the coffee’s great.
Cute location, disappointing service and food. Some friends and I were very excited to try this coffee house for dinner and coffee. When we got there the only dinner type food they had was sandwiches. However, the only meat they had was ham, only condiments were lettuce, cucumber and cheese. Their menu board stated they had turkey, ham, salami, roast beef. Then condiments included a lot more too. I ended up getting an italian soda. When asking about what types of flavors they had, the answer was "we don't have many we are out of most of them." My question, how can a cute coffee house like this operate without having food and beverages? I wouldn't recommend going here unless they stocked up on their supplies. Atmosphere was ok, there was a cool magnetic wall with magnetic poetry. Air conditioner was apparently broken too. This place could us some TLC, better management and friendly service.
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