Located in the progressive South Grand district, this dog friendly eatery welcomes the odd, the artsy, the health conscious, and most of all, the ... More
Located in the progressive South Grand district, this dog friendly eatery welcomes the odd, the artsy, the health conscious, and most of all, the hungry. MoKaBe's diverse menu caters to the aspiring vegetarian as well as the seasoned vegan, with a Sunday brunch that's worth writing home about. There is plenty of seating upstairs, downstairs and, during the warmer months, on the patio outside.
Great location, great space. TERRIBLE SERVICE. Not just being picky, either. I've been there about a dozen times and every time I've left so angry that I swore I'd never go back. I kept giving them another chance because I like what they're trying to do. But when I say bad service, I mean standing and waiting at the counter for 5-10 minutes while the help (which is often the owner of the shop!) stands at the end of the counter and chats with friends, or smokes, or talks on their cell phone. The people are not friendly in the least and they treat you like you're a burden. It's really bad. :(
Mo's is a great coffee shop....theoretically! Lists LGBT events and supports alot in the community. Items are pricey but overall good. The problem is completely and utterly the SERVICE!!! If you get polite friendly service at the counter than Kudos to you because their service generally leaves much to be desired. I wouldn't recommend running a tab. If you do, KEEP TRACK of what you get on your own and know an estimate when you close out your tab. Trust me. The music is a crap shoot. Depending on who is working you'll know what will be played. They all have their own play lists they like to repeat. Selection aside..prepare yourself for a bar feel on certain nights. Often there is loud music, loud talking from patrons & staff, and loud video games. Not condusive to reading, studying or even thinking. The nepotism is obvious since the owner is very often observing from the smoking section.
I like the concept, it could be fantastic, I just think some management skills need to be employeed so business isn't lost.
Usually pretty quiet, cozy, modern. The staff is usually pretty nice (and attractive at times), and the coffee's are to die for. My favorite is Rena's Way. It's a white chocolate mocha that's out of this world. And at some point you HAVE to make it on Sunday for brunch. Absolutely amazing stuffed french toast, by the way. Try it, you'll love it.
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