The staff was so sweet. Butterscotch latte for the win! Definitely recommend trying this quaint little coffee shop.
THE ONLY PLACE were i can order a drink and not have to doc it with ANYTHING and still taste amazing.
The coffee shop for all ages! They serve excellent coffee here. The blend is perfect and the people are all willing to help and assist.
Nice little coffee bar Just relax and study,catch up with friends
Staff was friendly and coffee was constant with what you would expect.
Coffee: Great. To be sure, you can drink it without sugar or cream and the flavor is nice, never bitter, never burnt, and always fresh. Food: Excellent. Locally sourced, always tasty with a great variety and super high quality ingredients. It's pretty high end stuff really but without being pricey. Music: Superior. You can learn a lot of new (or new to you) artists just by listening to the tunes and running over to check the playlist monitor. Atmosphere: Unique. Plenty of variety to perch, set up to work or chat with friends. And they actually have walls filled with art that rises above the community college art student level. It's just high quality all around. And that includes the people you may meet if you are so inclined. It's very communal in that way, especially downstairs.
The coffee in here is really fantastic. I love coffee and I have tried several before, but for now, I think I am getting addicted to their blend.
This place is really a perfect coffee shop. I like that they will give you some free treats if you have purchased a specific amount of coffee in a week.
I really liked this Starbucks...actually had a meeting here earlier tonight. Very cozy location, great seating layout and nice baristas. Free parking in the garage (first 2 hours are free...) if there is no street parking.
They discriminate against Blacks and Hispanics. I am a high school teacher and I came here for a meeting with my NHS (National Honor Society) group to discuss events for the upcoming school year. One of my students arrived significantly earlier than the rest of the group. Rather than ordering, he waited on the rest of the group to arrive. Roughly 5 minutes after everyone arrived, an employee came to the table and said, "Are you going to order something. This is a business, you know." There are several ways this issue could have been handled. The employee could have asked the early student if he wanted to order anything, to which the student would have informed the employee that he was waiting on this rest of his party. The employee could have also asked the group if we had any questions, or they employee could have made recommendations. Instead, the employee insulted the group. We chose the coffee shop for a reason: it gave us a relatively quiet space to meet, and have coffee and/or lunch. I will not return to this location, and I have alerted my friends to the discrimination by Honor students and I faced so that they can make an informed decision as well.