|This local neighborhood coffee shop opened in 2012 without too much fanfare. It's a little off the beaten path, despite its signage along the far end of Mission St. Out front there are flags exclaiming "espresso" waving in the wind plus a few sidewalk caf� tables along Richland St. Inside they've done a lot with a little space, making it feel a bit like an exhibit in a historical museum. There are a few wooden tables indoors and a warm, wooded interior decorated with a Central American coffee theme -- including an organic ally shaped wooden window counter with stools. Using a modern two-group Nuova Simonelli machine, they pull shots of Cumaica Coffee (also sold for a mere $10.50/lb). You can taste the Martha & Bros. roots: it's lacking any sweetness or much acidity, and the deep, smoky tobacco flavor even borders on ashy. This is espresso made more for cutting through milk-based drinks. But the espresso shots are served tall in frosted glass and wire cups with a medium brown, even, relatively full crema. While not worth going out of your way to get to, it's decent for a convenient local spot.