This is a nice place to get a coffee. They roast their own beans and they make an ok cup of coffee. Worth the visit if you are in town.
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It wasn’t very busy that Thursday morning, and it looked like the interior was undergoing some renovations. There weren’t many places to sit except at some hi-tops. I liked the industrial, bright vibe of the place with its high exposed ceiling, cement floor, and stainless...More
Until Cafe Virtuoso, Bird Rock was my go-to for coffee beans and top-notch coffee drinks. The reason I now generally purchase my coffee from Cafe Virtuoso is because they're the only roaster in SD that's 100% certified organic and because their beans (though of the...More
We are truly snobs for "espresso" coffee as we search the best in Naples, Korea, Japan and US -- So this place was excellent. we went twice over our weekend - the first barrista made the espresso drinks with enthusiasm and love and it was...More
A friend introduced us to Virtuoso coffees. I went there to buy gifts for my hairdresser and son. Very friendly and helpful staff. The coffee is roasted in view of the counter and smells amazing.
First, I have to say this place has tons of character. When you walk in, there is a bar on one side where you order your coffee and shelving on the other side where you can buy coffee in bags and coffee related items. Straight...More
This was the first coffee shop I visited while in San Diego. I went for a tasting thanks to the San Diego Coffee Club. We tried a few different coffees and learned about different coffee extraction methods. The shop is awesome. Love the variety of...More
It's worth going out of your way for an amazing latte. The drinks are crafted with care and the results will make your day.
I am a "Third Wave" / "Specialty Coffee" snob who has gone out of my way for great espresso in several cities. This was the best cortado/gibraltar I've had in a long time. A rich, deep, perfectly balanced espresso pull with what might be the...More