|This roadside coffee house has a couple of table outdoors along the porch area. Inside, they have old wooden tables in what looks like a low ceiling shack - with some window counter seating. They sell espresso drinks, morning pastries, and sandwiches. And if you head to the restroom in back, you'll pass by ovens baking the day's pies. The staff here can be slow in more ways than you'd expect. They're supplied by Santa Cruz's Pacific Espresso, so they naturally sell copper bags of Tazzina coffee. Using Pacific's two-group La Marzocco Linea, they pull relatively large shots with a pale-to-medium brown crema with minimal striping in a dingy IPA cup with no saucer. It's served lukewarm and with a mellow and muted flavor of mild spices and tobacco. But it's mellow without being watery.