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Baristas prepare smooth espresso & lattes topped with foam art in an industrial-chic space.- Google
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4 months ago
As soon as I walked in I knew that you would love this shop.They have a welcoming atmosphere that draws in coffee lovers and those who are just looking for a place to study or meet. The service was surprising quick, and my cappuccino was delicious. It was creamy and the single-origin Indian espresso was naturally sweet and chocolaty. I hope I get the chance to visit again!
10 months ago
Tasty espresso but a mediocre latte. Either that or the barista messed up my order. The latte was weak. The staff was not terrible friendly or helpful. I tried to order a 16 oz latte but it took some convincing to get them to explain that the reason they don't do that is that they don't have that size of cup. Sure they may have an amazing espresso expert as their president but I feel they are resting on their laurels and can do better.
2 months ago
Best espresso in Seattle, bar none. When I was living in Edinburgh my favorite coffee shop there had a photo of vivace on the wall, as a tribute to late art. And honestly, I would do terrible things to get their whipped cream recipe.
2 months ago
Artful coffee, really like the care they put into their work. They've got cool espresso art and you can tell they know what they're talking about.
5 months ago
No frills second wave espresso drinks. The baristas are extremely knowledgeable and immensely skilled at latte art. I would recommend the espresso, macchiato, or cortado. The cappuccino and latte tend to be on the milky side and late a true balance.