What looks like the tinniest coffee shop in the world from across the street turns out to be a large open area with couches, art work, photography, and a fire place for cold days. They don't serve lattes and fancy Starbuck drinks, but they do have a wide selection of organic coffee from various countries in Africa and South America. There coffee drinks transport you to these wonderful countries and it's all fair trade. They pastries are good, nothing special, but it's really about the coffee that makes this place stand out. They do add cream and sugar to your coffee, which saves on billions of wooden stirrers that go out in the landfill everyday. the servers are very very nice and asked me several times if my coffee was just right and that's good customer service to make sure your guest are happy. Also, they like starting conversations too. One of the servers wanted to talk to me about child development since I'm studying that in school. They really do go out of their way to make their customer happy and encourage them to come back. The menu is filled with good fun facts about each coffee, so you sorta get a coffee education 101 too. They do know a lot about coffee. Never ordered coffee before where I'm giving a rundown on the flavors and country it from. Felt like I was at a wine testing in Sonoma for coffee, "A Coffee Tasting". LOL Anyway, if you ever find yourself in Sausalito and the need for coffee, make a quick stop here and you won't be disappointed. The
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.