Great little place! Decent coffee. Nice menu. Great area for reading. A favorite of Yalies to do their homework. In day it is nice to sit in back because the rear of the place has a large glass windows and big sky lights. Free internet connection - but they let you know you should be buying one item an hour if you are going to be staying there all day. Nice staff.
Walking into Koffee? won't really impress you initially. But you find a freindly atmosphere where the coffee is great, the food is tasty and you can hang there for hours or just grab a to-go.
The crowd is a mixed bag of Yalies, art students, artists, lawyers, and whoever else has stopped by today. From the kids sitting with parents or the college student madly working on his laptop to the group in the corner having an intense discussion about the price of beeswax, everyone seems to be enjoying the relaxed atmosphere.
The best part is that you can mosey down the street and check out the different shops, or look into the multitude of art schools and shows. If you are lucky you may catch a spontaneous free performance or two while you are there.
Love this place, not sure what the first reviewer was referring to at all. The staff has always been very nice and helpful, the coffees and teas I've tried have all been amazing, and you are guaranteed to hear an eclectic music selction each time you're there. On weekends you get a mixture of cellege students and ballet/music school moms and dads.
I'm going there tonight, in fact!
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