|This coffee cart sits in an otherwise vacant parking lot downtown next to the beached trailers of other food purveyors. It's an outdoor kiosk with an outdoor table/picnic bench and an over-hanging tarp for shade. The parking lot is separated from the sidewalk traffic by handrails. Inside their semi-mobile cart, two staffers run the operation with a two-group Synesso machine and Cuvée Coffee. They are apologetically required to use paper cups by city ordinance, as they are classified as a food truck and thus have limitations on the vessels and utencils they can pass out. They pull shots with a rich, medium brown, even crema on a layer of a thinner-bodied, more acidic espresso than served by the Caffé Medici serving Cuvée across the street. It's potent, narrower in flavor profile, and lighter on body: a stereotypical "third wave" North American espresso.