17 E Main St, Salem
Nice atmosphere unfortunately coffee tastes like dishwater. Blacksburg mill mountain coffee very different. Maybe a staff mistake?
Sweet lil coffee shop. Good
Very friendly and helpful staff. Delicious frappes and shakes. And the tri-fruit strudel was yummy!
First time visit to Salem, and stopped here in the afternoon before heading out.Refreshingly good coffee, and the atmosphere is great.
My friend and I have brought our littles in with us for coffee dates. It was a nice set up for nursing mamas. Delicious food and amazing coffee! Also conveniently located right by the library for mamas who need to grab and go!
Enjoy the atmosphere. Broad selection of good coffees. Food is also good!!
Recommended dishes: Cinnamon Roll
Excellent coffee drinks, what I usually drink there! Good service, a good place to meet and chat. Is central to Roanoke, Blacksburg, Christiansburg, VA. I sometimes meet clients there.
Great place to grab tea or coffee. Very personable and my tea was so good.
Cute place and way bigger inside than I would have expected. They were roasting coffee beans when I visited, smelled so good! The food looked tasty, so I will certainly go back to try their breakfast. I had the seasonal spring latte with honey and lavender, and my boyfriend had the almond joy latte. Both were tasty! Loved the chill vibe inside, I will definitely be back again soon.
We travel hwy. 81 frequently and this is a great place for a stop. We stay overnite in the area and have breakfast and coffee here. They do it right. Great coffee. Good breakfast. Good morning.Parking: We've always found a spot with a short walk to the coffee shop.
Every time I’m in town I go to this shop as it is mine and my family’s absolute favorite coffee company. I tried to purchase 2.5 lbs of coffee and .5 lb of tea with two lattes. I asked the barista, Jacob, if I could have the bags ground. Jacob responded, “This is going to take a while for me to do as there are other customers.” I said, “Okay, I can wait, in the meantime I also wanted to order two lattes.” Jacob said, “No. This is way too much. It’s just me here. I’m going to have to ask you to leave.” I asked what his issue was as I just said I’d wait, to which his only response was, “Leave now or I’m going to call the police.” I left and called back moments later requesting to speak to a manager, the same barista, Jacob, asked if I was the same person who just left. I said “Yes, and I’m very upset as to how you treated me and would like to speak to your manager.” Jacob hung up on me. I eventually spoke to a barista at another location who said a manager will be notified immediately. No one contacted me to follow-up. I had to call a manager to personally follow-up. Though the manager was apologetic, he deflected the majority of the conversation.
Stopped in hungry, 90 minutes before closing because of the great reviews on coffee and food, however, to my dismay the kitchen was already closed. Then, bought two chai lattes for $12, both were lukewarm. IMO, next time I’m in the area - skip it! (Photo of my cold chai)
The bacon egg and cheese on the everything bagel was one of the best breakfast sandwiches I've ever eaten. I loved being able to sit by the window and enjoy my breakfast. Definitely plan on coming back when I can.Wheelchair accessibility: The wheelchair can get in the door and seating can accommodate
One of my favorite places for a cup of coffee, a sandwich, and a cozy place to work or read. The staff is friendly and easygoing, the coffee tastes the freshest I have ever had, and everything is easily accessible. The BLT sandwiches are made with the perfect ratio of everything and the seating adds to the atmosphere of it all.
Terrible service today and the guy working seemed ill or hungover. Food service is a terrible place to tough it out. Drinks were average. I love to go local but was very disappointed here. Also very expensive for basic tea and coffee.
17 E Main St, Salem, VA 24153