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"No fluff like pastries/sandwiches/etc. You know they love coffee."
"Plenty of seating for studying/talking/reading/etc. Good parking."
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5 months ago
Great Coffee. And just coffee. No fluff like pastries/sandwiches/etc. You know they love coffee. It comes out in the fresh roasted coffee, the wide variety of coffee origins available, and the care they put into their cup-at-a-time brewing. Very good coffee shop feel. Friendly staff. (The barista even remembered my name.) Plenty of seating for studying/talking/reading/etc. Good parking.
a year ago
This is one of my favorite coffee places in Charlottesville! Wish they had more seating, but if they did, the quality may suffer, so we just deal with it. If you like Starbucks, you will LOVE Shenandoah Joe's!
6 years ago
Good coffee, selection & service. Comfortable environment. Places to sit & internet. I usually have my quota of coffee for the day by 6AM, before these places even open, so I typically make it at home. The last batch I purchased there was ground for auto-drip, flat-bottom basket, but was ground too fine, backed up all over the counter and into every nook and cranny of the coffee maker, so either ask to adjust for a coarser grind, or do it yourself at home.
10 months ago
We came here when the parking situation at the downtown mall kept us from going to Mudhouse. I am so glad we did! Their iced coffee is excellent. It may sound odd to say but, unlike many cafes, it actually tastes like coffee. Their cup-at-a-time pour-over is predictably tasty and the vanilla latte was one of the best we had tasted. On top of the good beverages, their pumpkin muffins are good, also. Some of the best coffee we've had in Charlottesville.
3 years ago
Had a medium iced latte - and I'm fully aware this drink may not be the best drink to judge. But it was perfect. Perfect blend. Great after taste. And I loved the cubes. Will seek out this shop every time I'm in town.
3 years ago
This is easily the best coffee I have had outside of Haiti, D. Selby's house, or sister Zahra's house. Off the chart. Great coffee politics (fair trade and organic). The food is minimal and eh, but you don't go there for food; you go there for coffee, to do work, have a discussion with a good friend or all 3.