|This renowned pie bar (bakery) and ice cream shop opened in May 2014 to a lot of wine country accolades. They also give a significant nod to their coffee service. It's a simplistic storefront off of the historic Healdsburg Town Square. Everything is white-painted wood - or at least so it seems - giving it a turn-of-the-20th-century medical office feel. They have a few metal stools and chairs with window counter seating and a couple of café tables. There are pies, there is ice cream, there's merchandising on two wall shelves, and there's the coffee service. Using a two-group La Marzocco Linea, they pull shots of Stumptown with a modestly thin, even brown crema. It has a flavor of simple spices with a more balanced finish of some light pepper and chocolatey notes. Even so, it's a little bit of an underachiever for its pedigree and yet it works anyway. Their macchiato runs a bit creamy without a clear milk-to-espresso definition in the cup. Served in black Espresso Parts cups.