Cozy and inviting. Recommend the coffee, the London Fog (Earl Grey with steamed milk and spices) and the croissants.
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I came here while solo, exploring town. They have several delicious options of food with chips, along with a coffee bar (as the name suggests). I recommend coming for a quick bite as you take a break from your daily activities, sit at the outdoor...More
We stopped in for lunch while shopping downtown. They don’t have a huge menu but the paninis were very good and the Bison chili was great. It’s a small place with mainly coffee drinkers using Wi-Fi. The staff was very friendly and it had a...More
Great local coffee shop - I was very pleased with the simple drip coffee and the breakfast sandwiches were hot and delicious. Staff was friendly, and this appears to be a popular location for locals as well - which is always a good sign in...More
Called in on a Sunday morning in September. Coffee here was great. The place seemed very popular, and there was a line averaging around ten people at any one time, so they're doing something right! Nice to sit on the deck and watch the world...More
Coming from Seattle, I'm a bit of a coffee snob, so no Starbucks for me. Cowboy Coffee was a delightful find, near my very favorite store, "Made." I cannot comment on the roasting and curating abilities of Cowboy because I fell in love with one...More
We stopped by this coffee shop twice during our stay. We ended up ordering lattes each time. Both times we were not disappointed. Nice visiting local coffee shops and we skipped the chain down the street. You might have to wait few minutes in the...More
Great service, great product and good atmosphere! We like the upbeat and professional staff. Eclectic style!