We needed a pick me up after walking the area. We had coffees - which were very good - and croissants. I would go back.
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This is one of my go-to coffee shops for business meetings. It's not too loud or too busy and I don't feel rushed when I'm there. The staff is fast and friendly, I've never had trouble getting a table, and their matcha tea soy lattes...More
We sampled a variety of pastries and breads from the following bakeries during the first week of April 2017: Baker and Spice; St. Honore, Little T, Ken's Artisan and Pearl. All of the bakeries had competent and friendly to somewhat friendly staff and the prices...More
Nice place to sit and have a coffee and sandwich. Staff are very helpful and the bread is great. Overall a nice experience
A good location near Price's Bookstore. The pastries are good. I thought the chocolate biscotti was above average, The décor is a little industrial. We're not talking comfy chairs like the Starbucks up the street. I was told that this is a good place for...More
We stopped by for coffee, tea and croissants (wished they had had more chocolate-but the croissants were so flaky we still enjoyed them). We left with two baguettes and a gibassier (to share). All delicious! Our only disappointment was that we didn't buy more! A...More
In a town know for bread, this place has variety of sweet and not sweet, large span from soda bread to mandelbrot, challah to gilbassier