LET ME START WITH A PERSONAL CONFESSION: I'm somewhat of a coffee snob. I drink my coffee black, and I have tasted the finest brews from esoteric midnight cups on terraces in Paris to the raunchiest Russian roasts. BUT if there is one thing I have learned about coffee, it is that without atmosphere, company, and service, the quality is negligible. Although Mocha Momma's Good Coffee does not offer the Best coffee, the service is impeccable. The tall, dark-haired, and suspendered young man who served me was, to say the least, masterful; he was patient, friendly, and knowledgeable about different coffees, and when I did finally order my Tater Scramble and an extra dry cappuccino, he executed the order perfectly. Most baristas are unaware of the art of steamed milk -- particularly in cappuccinos -- but this man was enlightened. The microfoam which settled like a dense matzoball at the bottom of the drink sent me on my way from Mocha Momma's Good Coffee thoroughly pleased. Needless to say, this connoisseur will be back for another masterpiece.
We've been eating here at Cafe Allegro since I was in 1st grade... I'm turning 30 this next year. We used to eat there multiple times a year when I was a kid. But, as we grew older, it's a lot less often. The food is still good, but it doesn't really change. So, if it's your first time... you'll enjoy it. Try the calzones and enjoy coloring on the tables!
Great food. Great service, and great atmosphere. Went for lunch and had a great salad and calzone. My friend had soup and salad. It was all great. The owner Pat came and said hello to us and was so funny and friendly. Plus they bake! Bought a bunch of Italian cookies home and kids loved them. My new favorite dessert and lunch spot. A must visit.