|One wall is wood, one is brick, there were pictures on the wall (cute owls drawings, "F is for Flamingo," "T is for Turtle," etc.), a bookshelf of randomness (a distinct preponderance of eco books).|
|Americano Rating: 7/10|
|They have yerba mate lattes - I didn't taste my date's.|
|Bagels with cream cheese are nothing special, but they do give you a crap load of your choice of loaded cream cheeses.|
|Zucchini walnut bread - quite good!|
|I enjoyed the restroom graffiti.|
They also offer knishes, a daily soup (parsnip ginger leek was that day's), smoothies, juices, great looking cookies, some scones, and five local or local-ish beers. Everyone who worked their and patronized it was so friendly. There's plenty of space to work on your book, read a book, chat with a friend, etc. I just love Burlington, what with the friendliness and the laidback-itude that leads to a completely casual little cafe where you can get an espresso, a smoothie, a soup or some beers with your friends. Is it as delightful to live there as it seems to an outsider?