I got a caramel latte and the caramel tasted like real caramel was melted into it. It was quite and cute inside and definitely fit into the Portland vibe. It makes for a lot of fun. With your headphones in and coffee in hand — you need a good playlist to get you through an afternoon of work at the café. Safe to say this is my favorite coffee shop in Omaha. I didn't super dig the vibe and there are very few outlets. Ordered the Latin mocha which was very good, but very rich.
You can get a different view of the skyline from inside Garage Coffee. If I'm closing, I'll usually use your average twee pop stuff. Great coffee I just feel like I'm here after school waiting for my tutor to get here. With two locations a stone's throw away from one another one Inman, , this bustling, always-hard-to-find-a-table-at Cambridge icon's been pouring high-grade java for over 20 years, serving it alongside tasty scones, tons of teas, and occasional live tunes. The coffee is good, and the espresso well above average.
If anything, go for the coffee. The pastry selection is also top notch, with offerings like ham and cheese quiche. This is the perfect song to make your work a little more bearable. Seating is very limited, but they have a larger communal table that I was able to find an open seat at. Lounge on the sofas or get some work done at the desks. I also ordered a poppy seed almond muffin.
I like that it's cozy and small and find this a nice space to focus. The building it self is also not you normal coffee house. Other reviews point that Accelerando uses locally roasted beans. I finally stopped by Accelerando's new location and I have to say it's a slight upgrade from their original location off of 108th and I-80. There are a variety of seating options, from couches to a window bar. Mostly though, it was Grimes and Tom Waits, because those are my bosses favorites.
The lattes are good and I love the little oval brownies they sell. A savoury scone is something I encourage everyone to try because it is a rarity, and the ones they sell here are divine. The honey latte is interesting because unlike other honey lattes, the honey here has a very good flavor. The rotating selections of beans are highlighted by simple and well-executed preparation. But I suppose you can do this with any music really, the mainstream indie stuff just caters to our customer base really well we've found. Open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner—featuring cage-free egg specialties, house squeezed juices, fresh meats, seasonal vegetables and a delightful wine selection. It was tasty and different.
Good luck on the parking as well, but if patient you can find something, or else use the fred meyer garage. It's a great coffee shop that I would fully encourage anyone to try! Way to keep it local, Coffeehouse Northwest! I ordered at the counter then grabbed a table to wait. My coworkers mainly play 80s music, Billy Joel, Elton John, etc. The west Nashville location is much bigger and more modern, but still has the same great coffee and good energy. I stopped in over lunch on a Friday. I have become very fond of Aymology… In an old house on West End with lotscof nooks and crannies. The Nations: free parking lot and street parking.
Plus, cafes offer the perfect places to procrastinate, putter around, and people-watch with caffeine and great food in hand. Caveman is also a big hit. Whatever they used, my coffee was strong and delicious. The vibe is all-artisan-everything -- from the uniforms to the furniture -- and they've just entered a partnership with one of the guys from the Black Keys to open a second location, which will feature a roastery enclosed in glass and framed with wooden beams reclaimed from the original George Dickel Distillery. Accelerando is a great coffee option on this side of town but I think next time I'll carry out my order. All of these are great! Especially since 90% of the Omaha coffee shops make the same stuff and couldn't even spell Cortado much less know what it is.
Handselected coffee and espresso beans are both 100% certified organic, fair trade and shade grown. I spend hours here each week while waiting for music classes and lessons to end. The barista was sitting and talking to friends when I came in, but she immediately got up when I approached the register and I didn't get any of that annoyed impression that you sometimes when from folks during downtime. I really enjoy this spot and try to come in on the weekends to do some drawing when I can. Oh, and the barista was awesome and even showed us in person how to make one of those cool foam leaves! Both came with pretty latte art and the foam was oh so fine.
I've also tried the current scone, which is excellent, but also expensive. The kouign amann has inspired all over again as to why desserts are just so spectacular. There were only a handful of people in the place, and everybody was quiet and minding their own business. Their second shop, Go Get Em Tiger, flips this standing-bar idea for more diner-style bar service in which patrons are circled around the barista area in order to encourage a more friendly environment. In 2018, the company opened their in west Nashville on Charlotte Avenue. It weirds me out when It's 6:30 in the morning and Modest Mouse is yelling at the 12 oz latte guy trying to relax. There is ample seating at the main locations, especially two-top tables for freelancers and students.