Whether you are searching for town gossip, good conversation or just a quiet moment alone, the coffee shop provides the setting. Grab a seat and order ... More
Whether you are searching for town gossip, good conversation or just a quiet moment alone, the coffee shop provides the setting. Grab a seat and order an espresso, cappuccino or latte. Pastries are available if you want a bite to eat. The real draw here is the magazine and newspaper selection of over 1,600 titles. Whether it is Vogue or Vanity Fair , The New York Times or the National Enquirer , you are bound to find reading material to fit your mood. If you are a celebrity watcher, you just might catch site of one or two out on the patio. Come in every other Wednesday for poetry readings by local poets. The place fills up quickly, so get there early to claim a seat.
...but a magazine shop and reading room which has coffee available. Staff act as though it's infradig to work, so don't expect friendly service. The place has a great selection of periodicals. Just don't call Downtown Subscription a restaurant, and you won't be disappointed in the limited fare and nonchalant people behind the coffee counter.
Not on the Plaza--near Capitol and Canyon Road.
Not a restaurant, however--it's a café with limited offerings. Even more limited is the service, with a staff who act like it's beneath their dignity to work.
Don't expect responsive, friendly treatment. Just grab your mag, bring your own mug, and head back to the hills!
...but the service staff was disinterested in actually serving people. A wave of the hand was required to test whether or not they were blind as well as deaf.
Being a good guest, I cleared my own mess and was peered at as though I'd landed from a distant planet when I asked where to deposit it. The coffee was average, and the owner's child ran rough-shod over the entire floor-plan. Well, I reckoned, if it is good enough for Secretary Rumsfeld, it ought to be good enough for me--but not as a steady diet.
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