|You enter this restaurant past a long bar, where the two-group La Pavoni resides, and enter a long array of side tables with a lot of cushioned bench seating. The lighting is generally low, and the food is generally good and inexpensive. They are among the many Equator Estates clients - and like all of them, their coffee service is unmemorable. They pull shots with a layer of medium brown crema of moderate thickness, filled in a demitasse not far from the rim. It has a pungent, herbal flavor that tastes a little off - a little flat and a touch overroasted.