8470 W Desert Inn Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89117
The Madhouse Coffee Gourmet Bakery And Sandwiches
The Madhouse Coffee
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Coffee House, Cafeterias
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
Pets Allowed: Yes
08/04/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Mon amour Madhouse Coffee!!! I never thought I would experience the taste of an authentic French Croissant again after eating one every day when living in Paris. And then one day I stumbled into this coffee shop and was transported back in time. Since that first magical encounter they impressed me with their Italian panini and lately with their figure friendly panna cotta. The atmosphere is nice, the staff is friendly and the coffee is great. I love to bring my golden retriever and relax 24/7. Keep up the good job!!!!!
03/23/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I don't know about the location shown (on DI) the one closest to me is on Eastern & Pebble. Their large latte is the same oz. as a ""Venti"" and less $$ than a ""Grande"" @ the ""other"" coffee place right up the block. It's fresh hot & deee~lish! I do not eat pastries, it's against my size 6 code of acceptable healthy ingestion, but the croissants are melt in your mouth good and also fresshhh, so I make them an acceptation! The other day they were sold out and before I could cry they offered me the alternative of a chocolate croissant, wow! Really, they're that good. The staff is really friendly and accommodating because my latte flavor is not on their menu but they have no problems whipping them up for me!
11/17/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Free Wireless that isn?t? I drove across town to go to an ?It?s a Grind? off Desert Inn and Durango to meet a friend from work. I set up both my laptops to get some work done and grab a cup of Java and a bagel, when the owner informed me that I needed to make a $4.00 purchase in order to use the internet. I said ?OK, I?ll have a small coffee and 2 bagels?, he then informed me that they were ?out of bagels?. I decided to pick up my things and leave.
I?ve been going to Coffee shops all over the US for the past 6 years using the Free Wireless hookups to work. I usually invite co-workers to join me and we end up spending a lot of money at these coffee shops. In all my experiences with privately owned and Mass Chain coffee shops I have NEVER been asked to make a minimum purchase.
Please change your postings of ?Free Wireless? to ?Wireless access with $4.00 purchase? to prevent situations like this.
Until then, I?ll take my business and my fellow co-workers to a ?Free Wireless? coffee shop.