|This sparse neighborhood bakery is known for its artisan breads and desserts, but its espresso has never been half bad - dating back to when they used Peet's and later Uncommon Grounds coffee with their Mr. Espresso-supplied CMA machine. In recent years they've revamped their coffee service with a local roaster (Sightglass) and a newer two-group Faema Emblema machine. An outdoor bench on the cold, shady side of 24th St. (in agreeable weather) marks the only seating for what otherwise is just a walk-up kiosk of sorts. They pull default doppio shots that run short on size, and they come with a scant thin layer of a medium brown crema of decent weight. They now grind to order, unlike before, and the cup tastes of a potent fruit-bomb of sour cherry with some midrange notes and a decent heft to the body. Without a readily available sink, unfortunately its paper cups only here.