This place is a great space for students to work, to write, to share croissant coffee with a friend. It's nice that there are both locals and tourists present. It's quite cute and charming with a nice staff. Although, they need to pick one genre of music as they are all over the place. They should stick to a couple types like French, Spanish, some light jazz and old classics that would suffice. It would boost the atmosphere up a couple knotches.
As for pastries, the pain and raisin was a bit disappointing and im not comparing it to a French or New York bakery. Maybe I should have ordered the chocolate croissant. But the coffee is great and the cheese plate looks awesome.
Would definitely come back and try something new like a sandwich or find someone to share a cheese plate with me:)
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