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Quirky, rustic joint with art on the walls & a patio offers gourmet coffee, pastries & light fare.- Google
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a month ago
I thoroughly enjoyed their jalapeno cheddar scone. Not hot, no worries, just a bit of heat and airy, not dry dense; still plenty to chew on, but you don't have to dunk it in coffee to be able to eat it. It gets better - try their crunch bar. It is wonderfully rich and nutty (almonds, sesame, flax and more) - at a great price, so tip well!
2 months ago
Wow.... Better go to starbuck coffee or dunkin's donuts. The ice coffee here is expensive and taste really bad. This is a waste of money....
9 months ago
By far one of the best coffee shops in the Twin Cities. Delicious and affordable. It doesn't get any better than this. I highly recommend this place if you love good coffee and homemade pastries.
3 months ago
Very disorganized place. They were out of breakfast burritos so I ordered the broccoli quiche. It normally comes with a small fresh side salad, but they ran out of lettuce. The woman said she would bring it out to me. 20 min later I went to see if it was ready and she gives me the spinach quiche - NOT what I ordered. I wish I didn't come here...
10 months ago
Food is pretty great hear. They do a great job with their breakfast burrito and baked items. But the service is rather awful. On several instances, they would forget to get me a drink that I just ordered. The cafe area is also rather small, although they do have reliable internet.
a year ago
On one hand the products offered here are really great. I love the great croissants, and zucchini bread. But at least 3x a week I stand in line for at least 15 minuets! And that's when there is one 6 people in line ahead of me. They need one more register to move the line quicker!!! Beyond the infuriating line this is a great local coffee/bakery. Get there early for fresh baked croissants that giveI A Bakers Wife a run for their money.