|This is largely a sandwich shop. Some people get excited about sandwiches, but we think of them as the mentally lazy answer to "what's for lunch". They also offer beers on tap and a coffee service that shows a little effort. It's a large, rustic space with an upper wooden deck as well as a ground-floor seating area with large, shareable tables. Using a two-group, red La Marzocco FB/80, they pull shots of Four Barrel with a thin, blonde crema on a short black Espresso Parts cup. It has the sharp brightness and sweetness of Four Barrel with little to offer on the bass end of the spectrum, giving it a narrow, almost one-dimensional flavor profile. But it's not a terrible one at that. Still, this is more espresso of convenience than anything you'd seek out.