Music and Lattes

Have you ever noticed how many songs you listen to that mention coffee?  A ton! 

To name a few, there's Frank Sinatra's "Coffee Song," known as "They've got an awful lot of Coffee in Brazil," Bach's Schweigt Stille, Plaudert Nicht (Be still, stop chattering), Nat King Cole's "You're the Cream in my Coffee," Johnny Cash's "Cup of Coffee," The Beatles' "Savoy Truffle," Carly Simon's "You're so Vain," Red Hot Chili Pepper's "Coffee Shop," Bruce Springstein's "You're Missing," Bob Dylan's "One Night Like This," Elvis' "Don't Cry Daddy,"  Dashboard Confessionals "So Impossible," Green Day's "Homecoming," Garth Brooks "Calling Baton Rouge," U2's "Electric Storm," Chris Rice's "Smellin' Coffee," Van Halen's "Up for Breakfast," Sheryl Crow's "Everyday is a Winding Road," Jimmy Eat World "Coffee and Cigarettes," Train's mention of "The best soy latte that you ever had" in "Drops of Jupiter" or "She only drinks coffee at Midnight" in "Meet Virginia," and on and on and on!   No doubt about it, there's much ado about this beverage!

Why?

Coffee drinking has become a universal experience.  So much so that, unless you get a really bad cup of coffee (we don't serve those here), its an experience you WANT to share with others, write songs and poems about, and make into a habit (we would love to be part of your coffee habit/experience)! 

Stop in and smell the coffee!  Stop in and make a memory with a friend (maybe even write a song about it!  Who knows, you might see it here someday!)

The best soy latte that you ever had!

The best soy latte that you ever had!