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Posted by kimberly on 10/12/2009
I am sitting beside a friend, typing up a research proposal. I have never been here before and wanted to try it because I heard and read good reviews. I do not intend to stay here all day, but was rudely accosted by who may be the manager to move and sit with my friend who also has a lap top. I refused. If we were strangers she would not ask us to do this. Together we have a lot of stuff and would not fit at one small circular table top. I will not come back here, and their crepes are not that good. It is also 45 degrees outside, and to drive people away, the same lady who asked me to move also opened the front window, chilling everyone in sight -- quintessential New England hospitality for you.
Posted by Brighton Local on 06/06/2008
I was so excited when this place opened a couple of years ago. Great sandwiches, salads, crepes, perfect Iced Mocha's...not too sweet. I'll eat weekday breakfast here, have business meetings during the week here, and often a weekend brunch. It's always consistent, fresh and yummy. My favorites: Zesty Tuna Sandwich Spanish and Western Crepes Roiboos Tea Iced Mocha Bran muffins
Posted by a hidden treasure on 01/25/2007
This place reminds me of some of the coffee cafes I spent whole days in when I lived in San Fran...that is really awesome coffee with eqully awesome food. And having spent many days here, taking advantage of their free wi-fi, this is what I recommend you to try on your first visit here...bagel with basil sun-dried cream cheese with a large coffee of course, then either the zesty tuna, pesto chicken, or mushroom & caramelized onion crepe (they come with a side salad too) for lunch, and finally a fudge brownie or delicious chocolate chip cookie in the afternoon for dessert (and of course, another fill of caffeine - cappucino or latte, can't hurt).
Posted by anonymous on 09/30/2006
I second the previous review. A great local joint that deserves support. Only problem is: place is too small. On weekends it's difficult to get a table, and some folks hunker down for hours on end. Weekdays, it's often sparse.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/26/2006
This place is great. It is a little coffee shop in Brighton Center that I go to all the time. The coffee is great. Plus they may great crepes, paninis, and salads. great atmosphere. Good place to get some work done, grab breakfast on the weekends, or a cup of coffee.