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Nina's Coffee Cafe
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Today 6:30 am – 10:00 pm
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165 Western Ave N St Paul, MN 55102
165 Western Avenue NorthUSMinnesotaSaint Paul55102
(651) 292-9816
$Coffee Shop, Tea House
Coffee Shop
Tea House
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Today 6:30 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 6:30 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 6:30 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 6:30 am – 10:00 pmThursday 6:30 am – 10:00 pmFriday 6:30 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 6:30 am – 10:00 pmSunday 6:30 am – 10:00 pm
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Airy indie venue with light breakfast fare & sandwiches plus coffees in comfy, brick-walled digs.- Google
"A little bit expensive, but a great atmosphere and good coffee."
"Great place for a cup of Joe."
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Garrio Harrison
2 months ago
Pretty low key environment. Great for reading and catching up on emails. The food is pretty good, but not the greatest, however the baristas are friendly and the coffee is great. Not a bad way to kill a Sunday afternoon.
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ScreamxxRadio
7 months ago
Coffee is great, comfortable seating, I love the small upstairs seating, the music is great. All around the place is one of my favorite cafes.
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Jessica Forsberg
a year ago
Nina's is absolutely wonderful!! I can get breakfast sandwiches with everything I like with no extra charge. The coffee and atmosphere are great, too!!!
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Mohamed Elian
a year ago
I didn't like this place. Not a lot of food choices, first time to see a breakfast/lunch restaurant that doesn't serve omelettes, just egg sandwiches. And it was pricy. The croissant was dry and they didn't give us any butter or mayo. The place looked cool and seemed to be popular considering it was packed on a Thursday morning. It seems that the only reason it has such a high rating is the hipster quotient.
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Michael Caliban
6 months ago
I don't think I have had a worse experience at a coffee shop in my life! When all is said and done I paid $10.75 for half of a cup of coffee that was so stale I was thinking of using it as a paint remover. The music was everything that was wrong with 1980's music and I thought it had all died-out. Well, it is here and thriving. So if you like Michael Sick Jackson and the shaker-knit-sweater bimbo music of the 1980's then the music is good. The only thing that could have been worse would have been rap or hip-hop. After a bunch of questions, I finally ordered a SANDWICH that appeared, in its description, as nothing to worry about. Apparently they think "bread" is s bunch of un-ground grain held together by something resembling bread (swallowing un-ground grain like that is actually dangerous, there is a reason humans began grinding grains. I have had to performed a number of emergency appendectomies because people ate un-ground grain and it got caught in their appendix, causing the infection). I finally left after having to hold my ears shut and my nose in order to drink that horrid excuse for coffee. Oh, and if you don't know what café stands for, don't use the word. Without the accent, as you print it, the word is meaningless and pronounced quite differently. Café, is the correct spelling and it is simply French for 'Coffee' (I know because I am part French and grew up with the language). I should have known that a place that called itself a coffee coffee must be weird at the least and un-educated and/or crazy at the worst. You can guess my opinion. . Another reviewer mentioned a girl there that knew nothing about coffee - well it is true. They just work there. This is NOT a cozy Café, it is a bustling, chain-style hang-out for 1980's beatnik wannabees. If that's you're cup of tea then go there, if not, give it a wide berth. I might add that parking is a nightmare - I wanted to know that in advance. I would have had an easier time of it if I had walked to the place. Good luck.
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William Ellison
9 months ago
Called this morning and asked if they had a hazelnut blend and was told that they only carried a French roast. (light med and dark) ??? This is a Coffee shop right? Plus you can tell that the girl who answered the phone is not a coffee drinker. She couldn't answer simple question that relate to coffee. Hire the right people, If you want customers to keep coming back, and not dump college girls. People like me are the ones who set the tone. We care about Coffee and where we buy are coffee. We are the ones who will give your place a bad or good review. We are the ones who bring people in the door. Remember that!
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Libra Girlie
a year ago
Great drinks. Great neighborhood. Stopped in for a hot chocolate one day it was the most delicious one I have had ever. So glad I live in the neighborhood so I can come here often.
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Rebecca Gilbert
a year ago
Great food, fast WiFi, good coffee. A bit pricey but worth it.

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