|Stripped down worker cooperative bakery serves Equator Estate Coffees with heavy branding. An old, 2G LS for pulling shots (larger pours here). Somewhat deliberate barista. Dry and airy milk-frothing. Rather unmemorable slight pungent flavor and some spice. A modest medium brown, rather thin crema. Three small indoor tables, and a handful of outdoor strip mall patio tables. Wheat-loving colorful labor mural. Stripped-down bakery interior. Long bakery lines in the morning stocked with a heavy dose of esoteric-book-reading intellectuals and granola-heavy local East Bay characters, big on that "just rolled out of bed" look.