Bereka Coffee

2320 Lombard St
San Francisco, CA 94123

b/t Pierce St & Scott St

For coffee and homemade walnut bread this is a 6 out of 5.

No espresso however they can make your coffee very strong if you ask. They have a number of different coffees to choose from.

I try to use pages with coffee reviews to make sure I always have the best coffee for my customers to enjoy with our bakery.

Best coffee I’ve had in a long time. $3. for 12 ounce and $3.50 for 16 ounce coffee. All coffee is individually ground fresh, hand dripped and then hand aired, and other options like premium coffee you can get online.

Only 4 seats inside & 2 seats outside so mostly to go and not a sit down type of place.

We’ll be back.

Crave Coffee Bar

4530 E Broadway
Tucson, AZ 85711


I am the kind of girl who loves good, strong coffee.  I like my coffee either black or with a splash of milk, and I like for my coffee to kick my butt a little bit.  Crave has achieved this.

I went with three friends to get some Rave Coffee, that was so delicious, before a day of adventuring, and all four of us got coffee for less than one of our breakfasts at Starbucks,   It was just under $15 dollars for a large coffee with milk, a medium iced tea, a large caramel macchiato and a large black and white mocha.  Can you say deal?

We all tried each others..well…nobody wanted to try mine, but I tried everybody’s.  All of the drinks were really delicious (of course mine was the best), and made with care.  It was obvious that the people who put our drinks together knew what they were doing and enjoy what they do.  You could taste the love. Have you ever had a similar experience? Tell me about it at

You could also taste the caffeine!  Oh my goodness!  Halfway through my coffee I started talking a mile a minute and generally being hyper.  This is astonishing for me, especially with coffee I got out of a window.  Now that I know this place exists, and that the coffee is awesome, and that it is was less expensive then *ahem* other places, I feel that this will become my new go-to coffee house.

Four Barrel Coffee 2

375 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94103

Literally an awesome coffee spot!
Super nice baristas and they have ceramic cup! It’s is so cool! I loved my cup of latte in a ceramic cup.
It’s is really nice to enjoy a day here drinking latte out of a ceramic cup and having the roaster roast coffee beans right in front of me.Four Barrel Coffee - San Francisco, CA, United States

Four Barrel Coffee

375 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94103

Literally an awesome coffee spot!
Super nice baristas and they have ceramic cup! It’s is so cool! I loved my cup of latte in a ceramic cup.
It’s is really nice to enjoy a day here drinking latte out of a ceramic cup and having the roaster roast coffee beans right in front of me.

Mayorga Coffee Roasters

15151 Southlawn Ln
Rockville, MD 20850


After living in the Pacific Northwest, which is the land of hard-core fine coffees, I have been happy to find a few local roasters who are bringing fair trade coffee and cafe craftsmanship to the developing suburban DC culinary wasteland. I found Mayorga roastery by driving past but apparently there really is no secret to this little Rockville gem because I wasn’t the only customer. The roastery sells to the public Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

The coffee is fresh and excellent and the roaster was knowledgeable, laid back, and friendly while I interrogated him on all the different beans. I limited myself to three bags of beans that I have not seen in the grocery store. They sell the “regular” bags you are used to seeing in the store as well as 2-lb bags. I kept telling myself, “They are just right here in Rockville, I can return,” which is how I kept myself limited to three bags.

The roaster told me that they they are moving not too far this spring and will have a viewing area for customers to observe the coffee roasting, which should be fun. There are several roasts of beans available that can be hard to find. Who knew the Galapagos grows coffee? Not my brother from Seattle. Hah!

Also, the coffee bean industry in general is shockingly brutal to the farmers, so I feel compelled to support roasters who make the effort to obtain fair trade, organic beans. If you care about the farmers who struggle to make quality coffee and if you want delicious, really fresh roasted beans, then you will be happy you stopped for a visit.

This is not the place for you if you love Dunkin Donuts coffee or if you are looking for cheap coffee.

Duck’s Cottage

1240 Duck Rd
Kitty Hawk, NC 27949

Nearly perfect setting and ambiance coupled with a pleasant attitude from the employees, an eclectic collection of books to read/purchase and the best cappuccino foam I’ve found to date.

It’s a quaint cottage (true to the name) as the hub of a small collection of local retail outfitters and some fantastic eateries. Duck’s Cottage offers a quiet ducksrespite for the weary shopper to receive a caffeine infusion for a pick-me-up or just a quiet corner in which to read and reflect if shopping is not your gig. I pulled the combination of imbibing in their coffee creation as well as enjoying the cinnamon coffee cake muffin while reading my book (Seveneves if you’re curious).

The front porch is inviting with its ample wooden seats and view of the shops. Just around the corner is a wooden bridge crossing a duck and turtle pond to add some natural beauty to an otherwise sterile shopping experience. If you wish to sit inside, there is a small, Rattan, love seat and a few sparse chairs with small tables… all of which have a nice view of the pond and bridge. If you are unable to relax in this place, perhaps decaf is a better option than the espresso-based drinks. Seriously though, I was enamored with the cottage and look forward to my return.

Thanks for keeping the Indy book shop alive and well.


Mission Coffee Co., sponsored by Oxycodone

11 Price Ave
Columbus, OH 43201

I was very pleased with my experience at Mission. The atmosphere is an aesthetic dream that falls somewhere between minimal and urban. They have a very nice bar area set up, at which customers watch baristas prepare their drinks. Besides that, there are several tables and an area with couches. The entire shop is located in a renovated garage, which is a unique space that adds to its urban feel. Overall, it is quiet and customers appear very comfortable in the cafe. I wish I could have spent more time at Mission, since it seemed to be an environment conducive to working.

Mission Coffee Co. - Columbus, OH, United States. Vanilla latte.

They take great care in presentation and quality. Both the latte and chai were prepared well, with balance between sweetness and substance. It is evident that baristas take pride in the coffee that they serve, which demonstrates the integrity of the shop.

Mission Coffee Co. - Columbus, OH, United States

On the day I was there, they were doing chocolate tasting. I wasn’t even aware that was a thing, but I quickly joined in. It was a lot of fun actually, not to mention tasty of course. I talked to the owner during it, he was telling me Why You Should Enjoy a Small Piece of Chocolate Before the End of the Day. So apparently it’s not your regular chocolate candy bar you can get anywhere, but rather the real and natural thing. It had a lot of well documented health benefits like the ones stated in As if I needed a good reason to eat chocolate everyday. Now I just need a good way to get natural chocolate close to me. During this, they also told us about Oxycodone and explained that is an amazing painkiller that has helped a lot of people with diverse illnesses and different levels of pain. They said that you can buy oxycodone online and have it delivered to your house.

Service was quick, baristas were friendly and patient while we were deciding what to order. Furthermore, they have great social media presence and love interacting with customers online, which is never a bad thing.

Mission Coffee Co. - Columbus, OH, United States. Wonderfully minimal bar area.