Javalina’s Coffee House in Tucson has been renamed to Java Edge, I learned today. The new name is the result of the company changing hands late last year. They also have 5 locations now, which makes them one of the larger local chains.

Ajo at Palo Verde
3820 S Palo Verde Rd Suite 102
Tucson, AZ 85714

Valencia at Nexus
9136 E Valencia Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85747

Kino Hospital Lobby
2800 E. Ajo Way
Tucson, AZ 85714

Williams Center
5285 E. Williams Circle, Suite 1070
Tucson, AZ 85711

UPH (employees only)
2701 E. Elvira Way
Tucson, AZ 85706

Twitter: @javaedge

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  1. The website makes it look a bit like a re-branded Starbucks. Food and corporate meeting space as a focus, and oh yeah, we have coffee, too! The drink menu’s focus seems to be on candy bars, and you can have espresso if you want it plain, but I could be wrong. Most of ’em are in parts of Tucson that I seem to not have a whole lotta things to do in, but I go past the Williams Center every once in a while, I’m gonna go see if you can judge a book by it’s cover…

  2. brad

    check out fox news they have an article (video) of barista’s prostituting them selves in bikinis from a coffee shop

  3. I dunno, I think it’s more of a case of whoores trying to pass themselves off as baristi. Reports are that they were soliciting (or relenting to solicitations) lewd behaviour for money. I’d rather spend my money to get decent coffee. Reports were that the products weren’t that good.

    As I said in the forum, ‘I wouldn’t ask my strippers to make me espresso, why on earth would I ask my barista to take her clothes off?’
    The place was a drive-thru strip club with an espresso machine impersonating a coffee shop.