Open Hours: Mo to Fr from 06:30 AM to 02:00 PM,Sa to Su from 07:00 AM to 02:00 PM
Legal Grounds serves up an innovative and quirky combination of gourmet and specialty coffees with specialty legal services ... More
Legal Grounds serves up an innovative and quirky combination of gourmet and specialty coffees with specialty legal services by attorney and owner, David Musselwhite. Legal services are confidential and unobtrusive. The library-style decor offers warm, cozy chairs from which to sip coffee and tea. It is typically the first stop for many morning commuters. Menus are simple and select, one for coffee, teas and food; another for legal services. Coffees range from classic cappuccino and mochas to imaginative concoctions of hazlenut, almond and expresso (known as the Juror's Jubliee). Frozen or iced coffees are also on hand as are loose-leaf teas. Prices for iced coffee are the same as for hot. The 'Daily Docket' lunch specials include salads and sandwiches, perfect for a quick bite on the go. Legal services include uncontested divorces or name changes, consultations and reviews.
I agree with the other reviewers about the rude service. The woman taking the orders was so rude I was taken back. I've never experienced such unfriendly, hostile service! The food was good, but I will never return or recommend.
I took my parents for a late breakfast on a weekday morning. Although they weren't busy at all, we didn't get a greeting (another customer finally took pity on us and instructed us to seat ourselves). The man working the counter didn't acknowledge us because we weren't standing at the exact right part of the counter (we even though he wasn't helping any other customers). When he took our order, he acted very put out and annoyed to wait on us. The food is good but not great enough to be treated so rudely. The busboy was the only one who showed any courtesy.
The ownership has changed and the new owner is rude to her customers. Definitely not kid friendly. I will never go back. Used to be a great family friendly neighborhood restaurant but the new owner has created a very unfriendly atmosphere.
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