I think the shop itself is great, the art changes regularly and I love to meet frinds there...BUT the baristas (employees) are rude. The coffee pots run out fast and watch out if you tell them, rudeness. It is too bad too becuase it is a great shop.
I'm a high school student that lives in Papillion, and i drive about 25 minutes almost every day to go to caffeine dreams. It is the perfect place to study or just relax after a stressful day. Not only is the coffee good, but the atmosphere is what really keeps me coming to this place.
The Caffeine Dreams ladies know how to make a cappuccino! These days most are like a latte with a half-inch less liquid, but a Caffeine Dreams cap is made in the right proportions and allows the symphony of flavors - sweet steamed milk and dark espresso - to play itself out on the palate. Excellent! Baked goods are tasty and well-prepared. Great place!
Bartlett, the band I manage, has played a few shows already at Caffeine Dreams. We've had so many amaizing times, met new friends, had wonderful coffee, and made a great amount of donations! The workers are very kind and friendly with both the band kids, and the customers! Art work is very inspiring too! So, if you want a place to chill with your friends, listen to fun music, and enjoy a warm cup of coffee... Caffeine Dreams is the place to go!
This is indeed one of my favorite morning stops, mainly for one good reason. They serve some of the best coffee i've tasted anywhere. If you're in Omaha and appreciate nice coffee, stop in and compare,
What should I rave about first? The coffee is premium, the atmosphere relaxing. Did I mention the plush couches, free wireless internet, outside seating, and Friday and Saturday night entertainment as well? Close to the University of Nebraska at Omaha, it is a great place to go and study before an exam. Also perfect for hanging out on weekends, because, unlike most coffee shops in Omaha, Caffeine Dreams is open LATE! So if you're there for late-night cram sessions or late-night socializing, you know you'll find a great cup of coffee and an amazing experience!
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