Thirsty after a long drive this is just oo the highway. Good coffee/hot chocolate. Food average. We would go again.
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We always make a point of buying Just Us coffee whenever we visit Wolfville. There is a great selection of fresh ground coffees and teas, as well as baked goods and home made chocolate.
First the girl serving us had zero personality/interest which was a turn off. Our lattes were awful (watery with no coffee flavour to the degree that I barely drank any). The only saving grace was the rhubarb muffin and cookie which were good. Disappointing.
Very good coffee and good soup and salads. There was a good choice of deserts. Soup and salads are available while quantities last. The ones we ate were home made , healthy and delicious. It's well worth the stop.
Just Us is just the best! I stopped in one evening and was back the very next morning. As I took a sip from my first cup, I headed towards the condiments table only to do an about-face - coffee was perfect as it needed...More
Located in the same building as the Al Wittle Theatre in historic Wolfville, Nova Scotia. You can rely on getting amazing gourmet coffee, teas and smoothies along with decant sweet treats.
I always stop here to enjoy a fine coffee at less than "designers" prices. The Just Us! roasters at Grand Pre are worth a stop as well. This is Free trade, shade grown organic coffee. It is nice to know that it not only tastes...More
Who needs Starbucks, this local chain has great fair trade coffee, healthy baked goods, soups and sandwiches, bagels, and other snacks that reflect their desire to provide their customers with wholesome, ethically and environmentally friendly foods.
Very cosy little coffee shop. Couches and tables. Free trade coffee if this is important to you. Had a fresh cinnamon roll. It was great.
Yes I am, but in a good way I hope!!! This was great coffee. Full flavoured, strong but not bitter. Served at great temperature (not over heated). We described what we wanted, and the barista got is absolutely right. I had a small (tiny) pumpkin...More