With enough motivation and enough charisma, we can make it through each day free of needless stress. All we need is love and a pirate's life for me. If we stay present to our body's needs, we can stay healthy and present to one another a sanctuary with words, where creativity allows the promotion of openness, fluidity, and cohesion. Safe passages through each day I pray for thee and healthy relations along the yellow-brick road....well, not just yellow, but every color indeed. Creative hopes and dreams for humanity,
Other trees are talking about the possibility of equality coming through in the White House, Rainbow House, whatever!
I always love this little shop . . . it's kinda near where I grew up and even though the big box shops tend to be more consistent, I still think Vivace Roasteria has a stronger brew and blend. Just a chill spot to enjoy an espresso.
Their roast is good, but not great. Did someone say Ghiradelli chocolate in the mochas??? If true, I wouldn't brag too much about that, as Ghiradelli is to chocolate as Starbucks is to coffee. For great coffee and an AWESOME mocha, Caffe D'Arte on 2nd Ave. is the only name you need to know...
I couldn't believe when i saw this on yahoo as one of the top 10 coffee shops in America. They don't even sell coffee. Espresso's great; I love espresso. They make great espresso. But as a poor caffeine addicted student on the hill, I only made the mistake of popping into vivace once. Some people can't afford to spend $3.00 a cup, especially when you need a fix 3+ times a day. So, if you're looking to share a few moments with some crunchy, left-wing, elitist yuppies, go to vivace. The hoi polloi are a few blocks down at tully's drinking drip (free refills!!!) :)
I moved to Colorado in April 06 and all i have as far as coffee goes is StarBURNS!!!!!!!!! GOD I MISS YOU GUYS!!!!!!!!I I went home to Seattle in Sept and the IST place i went to (no lie) is right from the Airport was Broadway V (my ole watering hole) i miss the everyone that work's there (you guys are the best,Brian i love ya babe). I can't wait to move back to the hill and have a REAL CUP O JOE miss ya MARY
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