I was going to stop in since I’ve never been here before.You loose business by not taking cash. What would you do if the power went out or your electronics had issues. Not everyone has money in the bank account at all times and some of us don’t use credit cards.
Amazing coffee, food and service. I came here every morning when I visited Nashville and it always made my morning. If you’re in town and staying nearby, I highly recommend you stop by at least once for a nice little hangover cure.
It's a decent atmosphere but everything is overpriced for less product and of poor quality
This is truly a hidden gem! Keep up the great work.
Laura Mariko Cheifetz
We were excited that a new place was opening up near our house and then to find out it was Black-owned made it one million times more awesome. We stop by a few times a week for coffee (my go-to is the oat milk latte), and we try to go at least once a week to use our cards for the beer wall. I have also tried the wine and the canned cocktails. The baked goods are tasty, the beer and wine selection is excellent. They are often putting on cool community engagement things, and they are always friendly. The outdoor area is nice - a bit warm at midday in the sun but I just needed to be in shorts instead - and the indoor area manages to be both airy and cozy. As two queer women of color, we have never felt anything but fully welcomed and we are doing our best to keep them in business. And we love their collabs, like the soap and candle with My Cluck Hut.
coffee was ok, i got it to go the man made my coffe droped the sleeve on the floor where he was working ,picked it up with bare hand and put it on my coffe cup . nasty place i will not go back.. no hello no welcome and after you pay not even thank you .. one star is too many i did not feel welcomed ...
Wake up with their Cuban expresso. Thanks for hosting YPN.