|This bakery chain replaced Eppler's Bakery at this location in March 2005. It's decked out with indoor tables, chairs, sofas, and cushioned seats in an informal caf� layout - which is a rarity for downtown. Using a three-group Conti (replacing their old two-group La Pavoni), they produce an immensely large, lukewarm espresso with a very thin, white crema on top. They replaced their Coffee Magic beans with Moschetti (they still sell retail bags of the former), and strangely, even with their equipment upgrades, they managed to produce a consistently poor cup - that's consistently poor in all the same ways. It has a watered down drip coffee flavor. And if it weren't for the ashy edge to the flavor, it might otherwise be tasteless. Served in a generic, saucerless ceramic cup if you ask "for here". Oddly, they also lay down towels on the drip tray to absorb what looks like a regular drip from espresso machine seals that need replacing.