I feel a little silly writing this post. We’ve been to this place so many times that it’s not really a review or a recommendation—it’s more of a glimpse of our weekend morning routine. I’m there more than I care to admit. Once on Saturday or Sunday. Once or twice during the week if I’m bored brewing their coffee at home and want an expertly pressed espresso.
It’s not just because I can walk there with Lucy in the stroller. Or that the folks are always nice and cheerful. Or that I always seem to have a free coffee on my frequent customer card.
It’s because this place is freaking good. All the other reasons are just a bonus.
It’s a cute little place. Dark woodwork, orange walls, handwritten chalkboard menus.
Artwork that I’m a little in love with*.
*Did anyone see Runway this week? Tory Burch said that blue and orange are not complimentary. And for that I threw her ballet flats out the window.
They also have the cutest fix-up-your-cup-o-coffee bar I’ve ever seen. With a hand sanitizer pump.
It’s the little things.
Plus they always have a bin of animal crackers for kiddos, which are perfect for keeping Lucy entertained while we much on our…
Crepes. Husband digs the savory variety. This one was a daily special: ham, mushrooms, tomatoes and cheddar.
He’s a growing boy. He needs his protein.
And for me? Well, if you’ve ever met me (or read this blog) you know that I have a bit of a sweet tooth. I go for the Nutella and banana.
Did I mention that it also contains fresh whipped cream (none of the canned junk here) and sliced almonds?
I have a really hard time eating it. It’s not lip-smackingly delicious whatsoever.
Oh, and their coffee is insane. Like crazy, I-need-five-more-cups delicious. And that’s coming from a coffee snob. Plus they’re inexpensive. Our weekend breakfasts usually run about $15.
Oh, weekend Lucy. If you would ever learn the concept of sleeping past 6:30 we wouldn’t be left twiddling our thumbs waiting for Javasti to open at 7.
Oh no! I made her sad.
Little faker. I give. You’re so damn cute that you can get up whenever you want. As long as when you’re old enough to ride a bike you fetch me an Americano from Javasti in the mornings.
Give this place a try soon. They’ve got 2 locations you can read all about on their website.