We stopped here on the way from Eugene to Corvallis. It's in a quiet little area outside Coburg in a homey-looking bungalow. We got our drinks to go so we did not order food, but they do offer sandwiches and light fare. Service fast and friendly. My Americano was nicely done, and the lattes are good as well. Our kids liked the hot cocoa.
We did not stay at the hotel but did have brunch at their restaurant, called the Veranda. While it was very relaxing and comfortable sitting outdoors on said veranda, the meal was only about average. Menu is fairly classic traditional American, nothing particularly creative. I had an egg dish and have had better ones at 3 Square Cafe. Gets 3 stars only because it was nice sitting outside.
I've only had a couple tires patched here but the employees were very nice. I called ahead and they said I could come right over. They were quick and efficient about it and it was only 15 bucks at the time. If I need new tires I would consider going back.
Not one of the better Thai places in Culver City area. Pad thai was tasteless. Spring rolls were soggy. We got takeout and the place was practically empty. Not a good sign but somehow this place stays in business.
This is another location of the original in Bev Hills. It is not full service and has a smaller menu. Quality at this location has gone down over the yrs. Espresso is still good, but the food is not fresh as it used to be. I used to like the quesadilla, but the vegetables aren't top-notch anymore, and the bread on their sandwiches was stale. Patio is nice to sit out on if you're just having a latte.
Each of our 2 sons went here 2 yrs. and we were very satisfied with the experience. The teachers are experienced, attentive, firm when they need to be, and committed. They were a tremendous help preparing our sons for kindergarten. I never felt a need to second-guess them or suggest anything; they do their job well so I just let them do what they do best. Play-centered curriculum. Afternoon enrichment classes offered (optional). Facility and equipment clean and well maintained.
Organic food. Reliable place to eat with nice variety of selections on the menu. The breakfast scrambles are good. Sandwiches use fresh, good-quality breads but the filling on mine was not quite as tasty and balanced as I'd like. But the rest of the family enjoyed their meals. Vegetarian items too.
Really 2.5 stars. Rather divey place serving breakfast and lunch items; they were very basic and plain. Cannot give the coffee high marks, but it's OK if you're passing through and just need your shot of caffeine. A couple of colorful locals were having a lively conversation, which provided some entertainment.
Above-average espresso drinks in the upscale Shops at Wailea. It's Kona, which I'm not the biggest fan of, but it hit the spot. Coffee beans and pastries also, no food items. There was a long line when I went so guess that's a good sign. Probably worth a stop if you don't want to go into Kihei.
Don't know why this was under another name on Insider Pgs, it's been West End for a while. In downtown SLO near the creek. Outdoor/indoor seating. Good, satisfying espresso. Food is less successful; they have a few light breakfast and lunch items. Go for the coffee and delectable variety of pastries instead and just hang out.