5 comments
  1. Sara Barlow
    Sara Barlow
    July 10, 2018 at 8:21 pm

    I just really love their coffee. They roast their own and sell bagged coffee and tea. Their whole bean coffee blends are never old or stale. You can see a big difference in the color of their coffee, especially when mixed with milk. Good, fresh coffee with milk should be golden brown, not grey-brown.

    This store is really well designed. The drinks are great. There are plenty of different areas to sit. You can sit at a regular table, barside near the espresso machines, at counters, in a small conference room, or at long tables (which are great for meetings or working).

    There is some live music and local art on the walls. The bathrooms are usually neat, but these are actually beautiful. The bathrooms and most of the tables are wheelchair accessible. One of the owners is a wheelchair user, so there has been a good effort to design the space with this in mind.

  2. Rebekah Roos
    Rebekah Roos
    September 15, 2018 at 11:21 pm

    Good atmosphere and a positive place for business meet & greets or brainstorming sessions. Always a little bit noisy and busy…but that adds to the overall positive feeling. Also they have the big black bear that used to be in Jumer’s. Must see.

  3. Donna Heyder
    Donna Heyder
    November 2, 2018 at 5:46 pm

    It was hard to find, I drove by it at least 3 times before I found it next to the Cleaners!! The hot chocolate was great tasting, & nice atmosphere. There’s big tables & couches, chairs & lots of laptops out.

  4. Mark Mackinnon
    Mark Mackinnon
    November 4, 2018 at 3:33 pm

    They stiff you on a refill for regular coffee, full price! Outside of that, nice place, nice vibe and really good coffee and front staff was really nice. Sorry based on that probably would only return for to-go or buy package.

  5. Leslie Hancock
    Leslie Hancock
    November 12, 2018 at 7:24 pm

    A great place for casual coffee in downtown Peoria. They offer free WiFi, a variety of coffee drinks (including specials) and a small selection of pastries and packaged cookies. They also sell bagged tea and coffee.

    For vegans: they do offer plant-based milk alternatives if you request them. The baked goods are not vegetarian- or vegan-friendly.

    There are several bar stools, many tables (though be warned they are not set up for large groups, but the tables could be pushed together), and a beat-up couch with a small table. It’s a great place for casual conversation or bringing a small group of friends for tabletop gaming.

    Would not recommend for large groups, children, or a quiet place to work/study during its peak hours (bring headphones!).

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