It's a coffeehouse.
You can sit at the pour bar, at bright little tables near the windows, at dark little tables in intimate alcoves, or in the chairs or couches in the main sitting area.
There's a small performance space by the street window, room enough for two or three people and their instruments, or karaoke, or open mic for readings.
There's room on the walls for local art. Pieces are small and sell in the fifty to five hundred range. There's an Art-O-Mat by the door.
There's an open door to Zeytinia's. We use their food; they send hungry customers to us.