|Located inside a suburban strip mall, and formerly called the Arabica Coffee House, this café has been in business since 1976. The name change reflects a new emphasis on panini and other higher margin items, though some locals claim the name change was spurred on by the ethnic sensitivities given the mostly-white, mostly-Christian Palos Heights' proximity to the more heavily Muslim Bridgeview. It's a long space with several booths. Besides the menu focus on wraps and salads, they offer smoothies and coffee drinks - and a lot of roasted coffee varietals. Using a three-group Cora-supplied La Spaziale, they pull shots with a darker brown crema of some thickness and a couple of white spots at the pour spouts. Made with a darker roast, it's surprisingly not as ashy as the Starbucks across the street and is, in fact, a better shot with tobacco notes.