I know a few places that make a great cappuccino but what about you? And how exactly do you ask for it to be made? Do you ask for it in a glass mug? When I go with a friend to Starbucks we always order in a mug and it makes a world of difference. Paper cups just don’t cut it.
What size do you get? How do you ask for the cappuccino to ensure you don’t get a mug full of warm milk? Where’s the best place to get a cappuccino?
Beth Roberts from Essenza Coffee House writes to let us know about their coffeehouse. She says: “We offer free wi-fi with $3.00 purchase.”
I just received an email from someone named Darrin who wrote the following:
Lux had access through their wireless network but it was never intended for public use. They have since secured there network and do not give out the Wep password. No access there anymore.
They still have a great cup of coffee and the location on Central just north of Indian School is great.
Where is your favorite place to get a coffee? I haven’t been everywhere and really am curious to know where people stop for coffee, what you get, your favorite drinks?
Please leave a comment, thank you!
The Delocator is trying to be a location directory of non-corporate coffee shops. So far their aren’t too many local shops listed.
Einstein’s Bagels gets my vote for best unlimited coffee refills. They provide good coffee and lots of it! Buy a cup of coffee for $1.58 and fill it up as much as you could possibly want. They have six kinds of coffee and all of the typical sugars, honeys, and toppings.
I was surprised today to find an open wireless network called “101″ at the location on Thomas and Scottsdale Rd (SE corner). I’m going to have to see if I can connect the next time I’m here.