We had coffee here and a very tasty sconce. Lovely pastries and varieties of coffee. Friendly staff. You could tell it's a favorite of locals, which to me is very important.
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Staff was more interested in his conversation than addressing us. Pretty minimal place... Not much in the way of anything besides coffee.
We visited Roadhouse Coffee while taking highway 1 up the coast. The man who made our coffee was incredibly friendly, and offered great advice for our trip. The shop itself is cozy and my Mexican Mocha was delicous. If you're looking for down-to-earth people, this...More
Coffee was outstanding. But not much to choose from for pastries. WiFi worked, even with a full house. Was entertained by the banter between the staff & locals - mostly salty old fisherman. Best of all - they were open before 6AM!
The coffee was good, the shop is quaint and quirky. It's a fun stop. The gentleman that served us was friendly and seemed like the kind of guy you could sit with for hours and have a pleasant conversation. Nice place to stop for coffee.
This place has that great feel you want in a coffee house. Good coffee, free wifi, art all over the walls, books for browsing. The proprietor is the perfect picture of chill beatnik. Beautiful pastries. A few too many flies for my comfort but still...More