This coffee shop is located on the first floor of a residential building, so there’s always a steady flow of people grabbing coffee or a donut on their way out. But this place is worth coming to even if it’s not a convenient stop on your way to work. The coffee here is very good, the staff is friendly, and it’s also not a bad place to set up your laptop and get some work done.
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