|This caf�/lounge replaced the rather superior Zero Degrees in the same Jackson Square spot - and added a restaurant in the back. It still has a somewhat modern interior leftover from its previous tenants - down to the flat panel TV showing CNN in false colors and a beat-up, old two-group Rio machine. The caf� seems to have a relatively low customer rate - which doesn't bode well for its survival, but it means you don't have to wait in line. Plenty of metal tables and stools outdoors on the corner sidewalk and a view of the Transamerica Pyramid out the front window. They serve espresso in a large mug with a bare ring of pale crema. It has a decent body and a tobacco smokiness that isn't burnt. A lot of coffee grit at the bottom of the cup.