This local chain has good coffee and a good vibe. The one in Fayetteville has Stickley style furniture and plenty of parking.
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From what I could tell, it was this place or Starbucks, so despite being a wholly owned customer of Starbucks, I chose Freedom of Espresso. Always support the local espresso bar...unless it sucks, obviously. This place didn't suck. In fact it was a very roomy,...More
This coffee shop is located approximately one block from the local Starbucks but is miles apart when it comes to convenience. Easy entrance and exit, ample parking, plenty of sitting space with beautiful Stickley furniture, excellent service, and good coffee. Better prices than Starbucks, too!
I have been coming to this place since it opened, and have always found the product to be consistently high and the staff great. Wish there was more of a selection of food, but understand the demands that makes on the business
Enjoyed their choices of beverages and the relaxing atmosphere with Stickley furniture! Great place to gather with a friend or two!
The restaurant is furnished with lovely mission style furniture - comfortable chairs plus table seating. There are lots of food and beverage choices; coffees, lattes, teas, etc. It is a great alternative to Bucks.
Was looking for a Starbucks but happened to find this shop and we were not disappointed. The coffee was excellent, reasonably priced, and the staff were wonderful and friendly.
The coffee here is simply the best, and at a very reasonable price. The ambiance is perfect for this area; the place is filled with vintage craftsman-style furniture, and a row of craftsman-style stained glass fills the space with a warm glow. The music is...More
Me and my wife were visiting from out of town , my hometown of Fayetteville. We have traveled all over the world and have experienced great coffee and wonderful coffee houses. Being very health conscience my wife always carries stevia , a natural sweetener. This...More
For a great cup of coffee and some tasty pastries this is a must stop place. Skip Starbucks, their parking lot is a disaster anyway, and go up the street another 50 yards. It's worth it.