Yes, I know, it is a a cookie cutter franchise. But at last University of Baltimore students have a nice place to hang out, read, drink coffee, and not have to buy an expensive meal to do it. The people here are genuinely nice. I'm still not a lover of the coffee -- I lean more toward Dunkin Donuts or Folgers perk -- but the broccoli-chedder scones are great -- as are the salads. I'm avoiding desserts right now -- but these are terrific too.
great place to having a break with friends,The restaurant seemed full but not crowded and the music added a great touch.they have perfect chef's with them,they are best with their homemade desserts.I love that deal.I usually take this deal with coffee. but one thing that management should work on it,sometimes their staff are little rude with their behavior and that's not a good thing..........anyhow i enjoyed every time surely recommended.
Many years ago from 1969 thru 1971, in Essex, MD, I ran my own little 5 stool & 3 booth diner. I did so very well with all the very best foods and the BEST coffee there is. People from the city and truckers off Rt. 40 would travel the distance for my burgers and coffee. And I served the last 10 cent cup in the city and county. I would love to have, in my house, The Pfefferkorn Coffee, here in central New York State.