|Yet another replicant in the Bay Bread group's vast restaurant and caf�/bakery chain. This one opened in the old Ben & Jerry's/Sophie's Crepes space in the summer of 2006. It has some wooden benches and limited shop window counter seating, but the main attraction is the sidewalk, caf� table seating along Columbus St. Using a two-group Brasilia semi-automatic machine supplied by Rosito Bisani (it looks like a 205 DEL-2), the barista will redo shots that aren't up to standard - a great sign. The resulting shot is properly short with a medium brown, patterend crema. It is generally a decent quality shot, even if nothing jumps out at you in its aroma or flavor (a consistent characteristic of Equator Estate Coffees). It tastes of a mostly pungent flavor with mild herbs and a not necessarily unpleasant metallic aftertaste. Some limited latte art on milk-based drinks.