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The Fine Grind
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Today 7AM–10PM
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101 Newark Pompton Turnpike Little Falls, NJ 07424
101 Newark Pompton TurnpikeUSNew JerseyLittle Falls07424
$Coffee Shop, Dessert Restaurant
Coffee Shop
Dessert Restaurant
Live Music Venue
Espresso Bar
Today 7AM–10PM
Thursday 7AM–10PMFriday 7AM–12AMSaturday 8AM–12AMSunday 8AM–10PMMonday 7AM–10PMTuesday 7AM–10PMWednesday 7AM–10PM
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All kinds of coffee are brewed at this bright cafe with light fare, baked goods & live music.- Google
"I love their Reese's peanut butter cup hot chocolate!"
"Great gluten free selection, staff knowledgeable, helpful and great fun!"
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Brandon Ungar
a month ago
Warm, cozy atmosphere, quirkyily designed (and delicious) menu and friendly staff. The night I went for a date I stepped into the warmly lit room and a classical jazz guitarist was playing "Corcovado". I damn near swooned.
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Tom Olmsted
a month ago
It's a solid coffeeshop with light fare and a large dessert selection. It can often be crowded, and service on the slower side. However, I've never been pushed out while working there for several hours in a row.
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adelina sisti
2 months ago
Cute coffee shop atmosphere with great concoctions and generously sized drinks
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Luis Aleman
a month ago
I love their Reese's peanut butter cup hot chocolate!
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Martin Leyva
3 weeks ago
Great place to chill and eat. Good selection of coffee and tea drinks. Cozy atmosphere.
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David Traitz
5 months ago
Coffee and junk is super rad amazeballs. Go to this place a spend a third of your paycheck. It feels more like home if you take your shoes off and chill on the couch with a guitar and your homies.
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Angelo Agrifolio
6 months ago
Good coffeeshop with a good selection of coffees and other drinks and small selection of foods and snacks. Small place, crowed and not much seating. Would not be very accommodating for a large party. Not my personal favorite place since I am not a very big coffee drinker, but the atmosphere is very nice and it is a very good place to just relax.
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Glenn Ramsy
a year ago
They have table service, which really just means you're obliged to tip for them dropping off your food. If you're going to have table service, you need to check up on your guests during the meal, which they didn't, otherwise don't bother. No one asked me how the food was, because I think they already know it sucks. I had a ham and cheese quiche that was so utterly bland and dry I wanted to shoot it. This was a quiche made by people that 1) Hate food, 2) Hate life 3) Hate Flavor. It tasted like it was made by people that are anti animal products, so they used the very bare minimum of cream and butter in the recipe. It was 90% stiff, tasteless eggs, with no discernible seasoning (You need to use nutmeg or thyme or basil or something, in quantities large enough to *taste* you amateurs. Or if that's too complicated, maybe some black pepper). It cost $7, supposedly justified because it came with a small side of that assorted lettuce / spinach mix you get in bags at the grocery store. For 7$ + Tip, you need to serve food that's at least better than something you can get at a Starbucks or Panera Bread. Oh, and the Coffee was utterly unremarkable, but not *too* weak.
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