"Very People's Republic of Cambridge", these "hipsteresque coffeehouses" in Central and Inman Squares are an "indie" "alternative" for "first-rate" brews and "tasty" sandwiches, quiche and other snacks courtesy of an "efficient", "attitude-free staff"; they're "convenient" for a "pick-me-up" while you "hang out" or "work on your manuscript", though "often-crowded" quarters mean "you'll never feel rushed, but you might wish some of your fellow patrons did."
The WiFi here costs more per hour than satellite-based internet on a quarter-billion dollar intercontinental airliner. Beyond that, airliners have more room per seat and serve more reasonably priced coffee.
Response from the owner - 2 weeks ago
Just q quick correction. We offer free wifi for 45 minutes.
I've tried many times to like you, 1369, but you're just not a very good coffee shop. You're too loud, your temperature's never right, you're a little overpriced, and yet somehow you're popular enough that you never have seats open.
The coffee was rancid. The place was nice, but you can't run a coffeeshop on just a decent atmosphere.
Response from the owner - 7 months ago
Hey Eric. Sorry you didn't like the coffee. Can I ask what you had? We're pretty careful about keeping everything fresh, and want to fix whatever issue might have caused the coffee to taste bad. You can reach me at email@example.com. I'd love it if you'd give us another shot on me.
Any coffee shop that has soy milk gets a high rating in my book. But 1369 also has a great variety of flavor shots including my favorite, BANANA. I also really enjoy when they pit tip jars against each other like "Homer the Greek" and "Homer the Simpson"