Peet's always offers good coffee and it is great to see that they finally re imaged the outlet which brought a refreshing ambience. More comfortable seating.
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Stopped in at 7:30 a.m. on a Saturday morning with a friend whose group meets here most mornings. It seems to be a great place to socialize, catch up, and pass the morning, with brisk traffic and comings and goings. They have the usual range of cafe specialties including some very nice croissants that they will heat properly for you.... More
Cosy coffee shop, friendly staff. Will be closing for a complete renovation taking 5 weeks, from 25 July 2016. Hopefully there will be more seating.
OK =- YEARS ago, when I would travel to San Francisco, I had biz associates beg me to bring them home some "Peets coffee"!! That was in the early 90's. Back then, the folks in the bay area who really like coffee that is GOOD and not BURNT....drink at this spot..... Don't hesitate to go in here- great service, terrific... More
Fresh, delicious, reasonably priced coffee. Coffee house was clean, staff friendly. Many different choices, could also buy their coffee beans to brew at home.
Friendly service, love the oolong tea. They serve honey what's not to love! Almond milk too! I get to have it my way. Very busy on Saturday morning. Limited seating; $6.09 + tip for medium cup of tea with almond milk, slice of pumpkin bread
Stopped in here on Saturday night for a late night coffee. It was quiet and pleasant even though a few other customers were there. The coffee was good... I enjoyed the Mayan Mocha, which had hints of cinnamon and pepper in it. A good alternative to Starbucks.
Casual setting, with good coffee that my wife got. My brother from out of town enjoyed the thick whip cream on his coffee. Very relaxing...
Stopped for a quick tea and a muffin prior to taking a tour of the Battlefield Site. It was during the celebration of the Revolution and so I kept my English accent to a minimum. They were gracious and served my tea in a cup - didn't pour it over me! Very nice atmosphere.
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