The Low Down
The Extras: A makeshift windowfront library contains customer-donated titles that range from "Ghost House" to "Classical Influences on English Prose."
Where to Sit: In summer months, grab a seat at one of the benches in front of the store.
What to Drink: Have a cup of espresso made from Brazilian beans; it has a decidedly chocolatey flavor.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Park Slopers go ape-crazy for freshly roasted organic java and the politics that brought it there.
by Contributor at Citysearch
Coffee aficionados will immediately note the huge red roaster capable of handling 30 pounds of beans at a time. As large wall maps and nearby burlap sacks attest, those coffee beans (which are all fair trade-certified)â¦
By Ann p at Insider Pages
Strong coffee. Not enough seating in my opinion but the quality of the coffee is very good. the people are decent. Would have to go back a few more... Read More
Simply the best coffee in NYC
By ali b at Insider Pages
If you are a serious coffee lover (if you drink the coffee from the corner deli and you like it, you're not the person I'm addressing) then this i... Read More
what happened to this place?
By grimm rabbit at Citysearch
This place has excellent coffee, if you like it strong, that is, but the staff that I grew to know and love is disappearing at an alarming rate. Al... Read More
Great coffee, bad attitude
By sta122 at Citysearch
The coffee is good and strong, but the employees (except for one or two) are aloof to downright rude. Maybe they once were the only game in town fo... Read More
Great coffee, bad management
By mostlyvegan at Citysearch
Delicious, fresh coffee. Not great ownership. Expensive gift sets. But man, the coffee's good, it can't be denied. Read More